Fondacija “Arheološki park: Bosanska piramida Sunca, Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation

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Full house in Split, Sibenik, Zadar and Dubrovnik proof great interest for the Bosnian pyramids in Croatia. Within the great tour on Croatian cost, discoverer of the first European pyramid academician Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagic, lectured in Ploce, Makarska and Split. Those lecturers were followed by a series of presentations of the project in Split (another one), Sibenik, Zadar and Dubrovnik.

The largest amphitheater of the Faculty of Economics, University of Split was again filled to capacity on Friday, February 15th, 2013. More than 350 visitors with great care attended a two and half hour lecture by Dr. Semir Osmanagic of a phenomenon of the world of pyramids and Bosnian pyramids.

Marketing Professor of University of Split dr. Neven Seric on this occasion said that the presentation of the Bosnian pyramids presents the most plastic example of the successful promotion of archaeological tourism, cultural heritage and Bosnia-Herzegovina in general.

City Library in Sibenik, after all available seats were filled, stopped receiving visitors for the first lecture of Semir Osmanagich in this city. Almost three full hours Osmanagich kept attention of attendees showing them a chronology of the interdisciplinary project and a multitude of professionals who, through their research and analysis confirmed the existence of the largest European pyramids in the heart of Bosnia, as well as the latest discoveries and findings related to the purpose of the pyramids.

Among the first one to congratulate Osmanagich on persistence and dedication was a 90-year-old from Sibenik who attended with interest all of the information from the beginning to the very end.

“I could listen to him another two hours. I want to thank him for everything he’s done.”

While visiting the Dalmatian Zagora, Osmanagich visited the site of Dalmatian stone balls in Bilice. Five stone balls, half a meter in diameter, polished surface, prove that this prehistoric phenomenon was present not only on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but throughout the Balkans.

Second Osmanagich’s visit to Zadar filled the great hall of the House of Unions long before the beginning of lecture. Dozens of visitors had to return because they could not physically get into the crowded hall. More than 350 visitors were there and one hundred  of them were standing during the presentation. 

It is notable that young people dominated the crowd in Zadar. Also, several university professors were curious to check the news from the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids.

Fourth visit to Dubrovnik of the founder of the "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" Foundation again filled a big conference hall in a luxury hotel "Rixos-Libertas". Many of them announced their coming to Visoko this summer.

Great Dalmatian lecture tour ended in Metkovic on February 19th. It was followed by another lecture this time in Mostar and their Great Hall of the Bosnian National Theatre. Over 250 people were present and greeted Osmanagich with standing ovations.

Archaeological tourism development does not rely on verbal proclamations but on concrete actions such as these presentations. Proof of this are numerous auto registration, which can be seen in Visoko, license plate cities of Dubrovnik to Rijeka, but also those from countries regularly visited by Osmanagic who, during his lectures, invites tourists, volunteers, researchers and the media to visit exciting Bosnian pyramid archaeological site.

Last modified on Thursday, 28 February 2013 12:50




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