Project news

The project has been extended

The project partners discussed the possibility of extending the project and adjusting the budget at a working meeting on December 15, 2021.
The working meeting was held in face-to-face format, at the IKBFU. I. Kant. The working meeting was attended by representatives of Russian partners - the Administration of the municipality "Zelenograd city district", the non-profit organization "Kaup" Historical Reconstruction Group and the IKBFU. I. Kant.

Polish partners took part through the ZOOM program, mainly representatives of the Prutenia Association.

At the working meeting, it was decided to extend the project until May 31, 2022 due to closed borders due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Preliminary approval for the project extension was received from the representatives of the secretariat in Olsztyn.

Another issue that was also discussed by the partners is the holding of a festival of historical reconstruction in the Viking village "Kaup" on December 18, 2021.

The university is planning to visit the festival by students participating in archaeological excavations and workshops "Prussia-Design".
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