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11-15 April 2005 | Prague |
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  The last of the EuroLiteraTur exhibitions in the partner countries took place in the Czech Republic, in Prague, on the 11 th of April 2005. Begun in an initiation city, Athens, passing through other three important European cultural centers, (Saragossa, Rome, Lodz), the itineration of EuroLiteraTur ended in another European city of an important historical, cultural and spiritual weight. The Prague of an inspired Kafka and of the tumultuous Dvorak. The city of the imperial baroque and of the nonconformist and decorative Art Nouveau . Following these coordinates, the search for the event's place took us to the Prague National Library, where the exhibition was officially opened in order to be presented there for five days. A proper space where readers of various interests and age were provoked to derogate from their usual readings and access the information interactively, on electronic format, only by touching the screen of the InfoTouch systems, instead of turning the pages of the books. In the opening took part Ivo Ptacnik, Head of EU Department of Tempo Training and Consulting Prague, the Czech partner company in the project, Marketa Chovancova, project coordinator, Jirina Faltynkova and the Romanian delegation, with representatives of the National Romanian Literature Museum - project leader, and of Magister Software, also partner in the project. At the end of this itinerary of the European literature's virtual Argonauts, the only "failure" assumed by all the team was that this project didn't last forever. Urgent meeting is required to solve the problem. It's a matter of project management.
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