From the Ministry of Housing and Communal Services of the Municipality of Budva reported that next year they intend to install coverage of the fortress wall, as well as all public areas in the Old Town of Budva
, taking into account all the conditions and wishes received from the Office for the Protection of Cultural Property of Montenegro.
A representative of the Municipality, Srdzhan Gregovich, said that the city budget had already allocated funds for the development of documentation for the coverage of the Old Town of Budva.
“We keep in touch with the famous Italian company and its representatives, who have already quite successfully participated in certain projects in Montenegro. They will help us, on the basis of the conditions that were set before us by the Montenegrin Department for the Protection of Cultural Property, to create a high-quality technical solution for lighting not only the fortress wall, but also all the public areas of the Old Town of Budva, the square in front of the Avala Hotel, the city’s marina area and other tourist attractive places, ” said S. Gregovich and added that the main goal of this project is to harmonize the light and the ancient fortress walls and streets of the Old Town of Budva.
Srdzhan Gregovich noted that now the main task of the Municipality is to start the preparation of technical documentation this year, so that in the coming years, the contracting companies can begin to implement such a rather complex project. He also noted that last year they participated in the project of removing metal anchors from the fortress walls of the Old Town of Budva under the supervision of the Montenegrin Department for the Protection of Cultural Property, and this work was successfully completed.Recall that the previous illumination of the fortress walls of the Old Town of Budva was symbolically called “DNA”
, since the light elements were made of a certain shape, resembling DNA strands. The problem arose from the fact that the lighting was installed on metal holders with a length of 1.4 meters, which were fastened with screws to ancient stone walls. This fact caused serious discontent among the residents of Budva, who filed a mass police complaint against the people who carried out the project. After that, the Montenegrin Department for the Protection of Cultural Property made a decision to dismantle the entire lighting design of the fortress walls of the Old Town of Budva.
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