The Schallaburg in Lower Austria serves as a wonderful location for a new exhibition about people, treasures and cultures along the river Danube. A journey showing the diversity of the European continent and its eventful history.
During the interreg conference in Regensburg, the exhibition “Danube Women Stories” is shown at the World Heritage Visitor Centre.
On May 22 at 7 p.m. there will be a introduction of the whole project “Danube Women Stories” and the exhibition by Sabine Geller and Christiana Weidel. The publisher of the book of the same Name, Thomas Zehender, will also be there.
WHERE? World Heritage Visitor Centre Regensburg, Weisse-Lamm-Gasse 1, D-93047 Regensburg
The exhibition presents a historical woman and her work and a contemporary woman and her work from the following cities: Ulm, Regensburg, Linz, Vienna, Budapest, Vukovar, Novi Sad and Temeswar. Be inspired!!
Danube Women Stories have been expanded by portraits of fascinating women in history and remarkable women of today from the cities of Regensburg, Linz and Vukovar. An historical women and a contemporary woman from each city will be seen in the exhibition “DANUBE WOMEN STORES ” in Regensburg: Regina Hellwig-Schmid, Luise Händlmaier (Regensburg), Michele J. Knapp, Katharina Kepler (Linz), Mirela Hutinec, Ljiljana Gehrecke(Vukovar).
Regensburg, Linz and Vukovar! The expansion of our Danube Women City Guide has been decided 🙂
After Ulm it is Regensburg in Germany, after visiting Vienna we turn to Linz in Upper Austria – and in Croatia we look in Vukovar for female traces in history and in modern times. Read more
What do women like when traveling the river Danube? More and more women nowadays are fascinated by traveling the Danube from the source to the mouth. Andrea Steinberger, owner of the Café MANCINI in the small town of Innermanzing, south of Vienna, just came back from a boat trip to the Danube Delta, sharing her impressions with us.
Novi Sad School of Journalism organized a thematic walk through the Novi Sad about historic influential women who lived in our town.
On 13th of July 2018, State Secretary of Baden-Württemberg Theresa Schopper and Deputy Mayor of Ulm Iris Mann opened the exhibition on DANUBE WOMEN STORIES, complemented by the stylish ambience of the Museum of Ulm and the pleasant setting of the International Danube Festival.