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Interreg
EU This project is co-financed by the European Union through
Interreg - IPA Cross-Border Programme "Bulgaria – the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia"
Project “Affirmation of the natural and cultural values in the border region for better visibility and access” Ref. No CB006.1.21.183

The construction works of recreational center “Dinkjut” in town of Gevgelija continue

During the June-August trimester the contractor completed the following types of works: underground electrical connections, earthworks, grounding, cables and external lighting.

The project represents an integral ground solution within the framework of the site which implies coordination of the contents for sport and recreation, fun holiday and alike.

The project covers the following content for entertainment, recreation and sport: Summer cinema; Space handled for fitness and gymnastics; Children's playground with modern equipment; Artificial rock climbing; Playground for soccer; Playground with equipment from natural materials; Trim trails with common length of approximately 1082 metres.

The project envisages installation of urban equipment: candelabras, benches, trash cans, information boards and fountains; three gazebos with tables and benches (in detail in the graphic part) made entirely of natural materials, embedded in the configuration of the terrain.

With these new contents, the site should increase attendance from locals but also tourists from outside the municipality and its implementation contributes to nursing the sport and recreational spirit of locals.

“This announcement has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union under the project “Affirmation of the natural and cultural values in the border region for better visibility and access” with Reference No CB006.1.21.183, funded under Bulgaria – The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia IPA Cross – Border Programme”. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Union and the Managing Authority.”