Slow Food: five European cities promote their local gastronomic heritage

Obwarzanek Krakowski, Poland
Obwarzanek Krakowski, Poland Image: Chris Brown Wikimedia CC BY-SA 2.0

The Slow Food Central Europe project, financed by Interreg Central Europe, is at a turning point. Venice (Italy), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Brno (Czech Republic), Kecskemét (Hungary) and Krakow (Poland) have started pilot actions to promote their local gastronomic heritage.

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