Partners

HOLYWATER
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Municipality of Prespa

The Municipality of Prespa is located in the north-west of Greece, on the borders of Greece, Albania and the Republic of North Macedonia; it is 50 km away from the city of Florina and 45 km away from the city of Kastoria with a surface area (including inland waters) of 515,497 sq. km. and 1,570 inhabitants, according to the 2011 Census, the Municipality of Prespa is one of the largest, but the least populated, Municipalities in Greece.

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Municipality of Resen

The Municipality of Resen is located in the Prespa Basin, in the southwestern most part of the country, covering an area of 739km². Out of which, 562km² are on land, while 177km² are on water (Lake Prespa). It is a separate geographical area, which is located around the point of latitude 41°N and longitude 21°E.

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NI “Institute and museum” – Bitola

NI “Institute and museum” – Bitola is a non-profit national institution which collects, researches, preserves and presents valuable and unique intangible and tangible multicultural heritage from Bitola and the region, from the Neolithic age to present days, and educates a wide variety of visitors, bringing them closer to the artifacts for a better understanding and respect of.

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Ephorate of Antiquities of Florina

The Ephorate of Antiquities of Florina is a regional Service of the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports. The Ephorate is authorized to collaborate with the Central Directorates of the Ministry and implements works included in the annual Action Plans. 
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Society for the Protection of Prespa

The Society for the Protection of Prespa (SPP) was formed in 1991, with the area having already attracted the interest of ecologists, nature-lovers and environmental scientists over several decades, due to its exceptional natural beauty and rare biodiversity. A pivotal group of individuals played a decisive role in its formation – the environmentalist and architect-planner, ThymiosPapayannis, the internationally renowned conservationist and philanthropist, Dr Luc Hoffmann, and the biologist, Dr Giorgos Catsadorakis. Together they laid the foundation for the establishment of the SPP, with the help and support of a series of non-profit organisations. Accordingly, the SPP was created with the participation of ten national and international environmental NGOs as its members.