The virtual museum of Stećci

Víctor Manuel López-Menchero Bendicho, Selma Rizvic

Abstract

The online virtual museums seem to consolidate as excellent platforms for dissemination of cultural heritage, especially in countries with few resources and hard to take conservation and dissemination of their heritage. The Stecci virtual museum, developed by the University of Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina) is a clear example of how new technologies can contribute to enhancing cultural heritage.

Keywords

Virtual museum; World heritage; Stecci

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VEMIC, Dejan (2011): Late medieval tombstones (stecci) in the area of Zabljak (Montenegro), MA Thesis in Medieval Studies. Central European University, Budapest.

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