Cultural – historical itineraries of Rovinj presented through a mobile application

first_img“The author of the text is the historian Marino Budicin, according to whose proposal the described routes were defined. All sights marked in the itineraries contain a short description with accompanying information, and in addition to the itineraries, numerous interesting facts are listed that characterize the rich history, culture and tradition of Rovinj. ”Point out from the Rovinj Tourist Board. The application is intended for all those who want to get to know a part of Rovinj’s rich cultural, historical and traditional heritage through the proposed itineraries, and it is made in Croatian, Italian, German and English.The mobile application can be downloaded via the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android device, called Rovinj – Cultural and Historical Itineraries for Android and for iOS devices The Rovinj Tourist Board has published a mobile application Cultural – historical itineraries of Rovinj as a continuation of the Cultural Tourism project after the publication of a printed brochure showing the eighth route tour of cultural and historical sights of the city with emphasis on the old town, its surroundings and wider city surroundings.The first part entitled “Itineraries through the former island settlement” presents 4 possible routes for sightseeing in the old town, in the second part entitled “Itineraries on the other side of the former canal” a possible route for visiting the old part of town opposite the old town. , in the third part entitled “Historical and cultural sights of the immediate and wider surroundings of Rovinj” are presented 2 routes of sightseeing in the northern part of the city which includes the area to the Lim Channel and in the southeast of the city which includes the area to the ornithological reserve Palud. The fourth part of the brochure consists of the chapter “Rovinj archipelago” in which the Rovinj islands are presented.last_img read more

New JFF president Ricketts ready for work after elevation

first_imgKINGSTON, Jamaica, (CMC) – Clarendon Football Associaton president, Michael Ricketts, was Saturday elected to succeed the late Captain Horace Burrell as head of the Jamaica Football Association, and said he planned to immediately get to work in rebuilding the organisation.Ricketts beat out challenger Stewart Stephenson 8-5 to assume the mantle previous held by Burrell who passed away last June after a long battle with illness.“This is no honeymoon and I am very much aware of the challenges that we will face going forward,” the Gleaner newspaper quoted Ricketts as saying.But I am absolutely sure that we have the machinery, we have the personnel that will do the repair job that is necessary.”He added: “We feel we have the full support of the board of directors and I hope we have a very positive impact going forward, and from what we have seen, there are good things on the horizon.“We cannot speak of any particular arrangement, but we are working and we do hope that in short order, we will see positive change.”Jamaica remain the Caribbean’s most powerful football nation, emphasized in their outing at the CONCACAF Gold Cup last July when they reached the final for the second straight tournament only to lose again.They currently lie second in the Caribbean Football Union rankings behind Haiti, and are 61st in the FIFA rankings – the second highest-ranked regional side.However Ricketts, also the JFF’s South Central Confederation chairman, said there were domestic issues he also needed to address.“I am a parish president and I know the challenges of the presidents, and based on my experience and the number of times I was exposed by the late Captain Burrell, I believe I have the credentials and the support to do well,” he stressed.“But we must work together as a family in the interest of building football. We must work with the parish presidents and improve the support to the parish and once you improve support to the parishes you will improve your team and administrators.”He continued: “But each component of the game will be addressed under this new administration – refereeing, coaching and administration. And we must end up with a better product, because once we have a product of high quality, then we become more marketable.”last_img read more

Syracuse football recruiting: Track the Class of 2017

first_imgWith National Signing Day (Feb. 1) behind us, here’s Syracuse’s 2017 recruiting class. Included are each of the players’ star rankings, notable offers and commitment dates according to’s composite rankings and Syracuse’s Class of 2017 once included two commits from Scott Shafer’s era but both have since decommitted. Head coach Dino Babers replaced Shafer on Dec. 5, 2015. Babers’ first 2017 commitment was quarterback Tommy DeVito.COMMITSLuke Erickson*No ranking availableNotable offers: NoneGreene (New York) High SchoolCommitment Date: 5/17/17Jeff Chan*No ranking availableNotable offers: NonePunahou (Hawaii) High SchoolCommitment Date: 5/9/17Shaquille GrosvenorNo ranking availableNotable offers: Arkansas State, Hawaii, OhioMesa (Arizona) Community CollegeCommitment Date: 3/31/17AdvertisementThis is placeholder textKevin Nusdeo, S, 6-1 / 190No ranking availableNotable offers: North Carolina and Connecticut (as preferred walk-on)Choate Rosemary Hall (Connecticut)Commitment Date: 2/17/17Mykelti Williams, S, 6-1 / 205No ranking availableNotable offers: Cincinnati, PurdueWarren Central (Indiana) High SchoolCommitment Date: 2/1/17Chris Elmore, DT, 6-1 / 260★★★☆☆Notable offers: Western Michigan, Central Michigan, Buffalo, Miami (OH)Phillips Academy (Illinois)Commitment Date: 1/21/17Ravian Pierce, TE, 6-3 / 230★★★★☆Notable offers: Florida, Mississippi State, LSU, Oklahoma State, Oregon, South FloridaSouthwest Mississippi Community CollegeCommitment Date: 12/15/16Brandon Berry, DE, 6-4 / 230★★★☆☆Notable offers: Western Michigan, Buffalo, CincinnatiHighland (Kansas) Community CollegeCommitment Date: 12/15/16Devin Butler, CB, 6-1 / 200★★★★☆Notable offers: Baylor, Penn State, Wisconsin, Houston, Nebraska, West VirginiaNotre Dame (He will have one year of eligibility at SU)Commitment Date: 12/15/16Ryan Guthrie, LB, 6-2 / 210★★☆☆☆Notable offers: TulaneEllsworth (Iowa) Community CollegeCommitment Date: 12/14/16Markenzy Pierre, RB, 6-0 / 200★★☆☆☆Notable offers: Western Kentucky, Appalachian State, MemphisLiberty (Florida) High SchoolCommitment Date: 10/29/16Jonathan Kingsley, DE, 6-5 / 220★★★☆☆Notable offers: Florida State, Louisville, North CarolinaSt. Frances (Maryland) AcademyCommitment Date: 9/23/16Patrick Davis, OL, 6-5 / 290★★☆☆☆Notable offers: Buffalo, North Dakota StateChamplain Regional (Quebec) CollegeCommitment Date: 8/6/16Curtis Harper, DT, 6-2 / 302★★★☆☆Notable offers: Wake Forest, Bowling Green, Boston CollegeMcKeesport (Pennsylvania) High SchoolCommitment Date: 8/1/16Aaron Hackett, TE, 6-3 / 225★★★☆☆Notable offers: USF, Louisville, Kentucky, MinnesotaVenice (Florida) High SchoolCommitment Date: 7/30/16Nadarius Fagan, LB, 6-2 / 200★★★☆☆Notable offers: Alabama, Louisiana State, NebraskaMiami Southridge (Florida) High SchoolCommitment Date: 7/24/16Russell Thompson-Bishop, WR, 6-1 / 192★★☆☆☆Notable offers: Boston College, ConnecticutBloomfield (Connecticut) High SchoolCommitment Date: 7/21/16Kadeem Trotter, LB, 6-3 / 195★★★☆☆Notable offers: Kent State, Ohio and ToledoCanton McKinley (Ohio) High SchoolCommitment date: 7/3/16Ifeatu Melifonwu, DB, 6-2 / 187★★★☆☆Notable offers: Boston College, ConnecticutGrafton Memorial Senior (Massachusetts) High SchoolCommitment Date: 7/2/16Allen Stritzinger, RB, 6-0 / 183★★★☆☆Notable offers: Michigan, Bowling Green, Western MichiganDe La Salle Collegiate (Michigan) High SchoolCommitment Date: 6/26/16Cameron Jordan, WR, 6-4 / 187★★★☆☆Notable offers: Boston College, Wake Forest, TempleHalf Hollow Hills West (New York) High SchoolCommitment Date: 6/26/16Eric Coley, ATH, 6-0 / 175★★★☆☆Notable Offers: Bowling Green, Rutgers, Central MichiganFayetteville-Manlius (New York) High SchoolCommitment Date: 6/25/16Dakota Davis, OT, 6-5 / 312★★★☆☆Notable offers: Connecticut, Ohio, Old DominionGlenelg (Maryland) High SchoolCommitment Date: 6/24/16Nykeim Johnson, WR, 5-9 / 167★★★☆☆Notable offers: Bowling Green, Charlotte, VirginiaThe Friendship (Washington D.C.) AcademyCommitment Date: 6/21/16Tyrell Richards, LB, 6-3 / 218★★★☆☆Notable offers: NoneCentral Peel (Ontario) Secondary SchoolCommitment Date: 6/18/16Zach Morton, DE, 6-4 / 220★★★☆☆Notable offers: Cincinnati, Iowa State, Western Michigan, Bowling GreenCass Technical (Michigan) High SchoolCommitment Date: 5/10/16Sharod Johnson, WR, 5-11 / 165★★★☆☆Notable offers: Temple, Miami (Ohio), Middle Tennessee State, Appalachian StateBooker T. Washington (Florida) High SchoolCommitment Date: 4/17/16Tommy DeVito, QB, 6-2 / 190★★★★☆Notable offers: Maryland, Boston College, Rutgers, Wake ForestDon Bosco (New Jersey) PrepCommitment Date: 4/16/16* denotes preferred walk-onDECOMMITSB.J. Daniels, RB, 6-2 / 208★★★☆☆Notable offers: South Florida, Maryland, Colorado StatePalm Bay (Florida) Senior High SchoolDecommitment Date: 1/14/17Joshua Palmer, WR, 6-3 / 190★★★☆☆Notable offers: Louisville, Maryland, Pittsburgh, MichiganSt. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) High SchoolDecommitment Date: 1/13/17Keirston Johnson, ILB, 6-0 / 215★★☆☆☆Notable offers: Maryland, Memphis, Buffalo, Coastal CarolinaRobert E. Lee (Florida) High SchoolDecommitment Date: 8/3/16Connor Koch*, FB, 6-3 / 248☆☆☆☆☆Notable offers: NoneThe Woodberry Forest (Virginia) SchoolDecommitment Date: 6/22/16Isaiah McDuffie, OLB, 6-2 / 205★★★☆☆Notable offers: Penn State, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Connecticut, Boston CollegeBennett (New York) High SchoolCommitted to Boston College on 5/25/16Decommitment Date: 5/24/16Daewood Davis, WR, 6-2 / 176★★★☆☆Notable offers: Florida Atlantic, Duke, Bowling Green, NC StateSomerset (Florida) Academy CharterFlipped to Florida Atlantic and then to Central FloridaDecommitment Date: 4/20/16 Comments Published on June 26, 2016 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Related Stories Syracuse football recruiting: Class of 2017 QB Tommy DeVito verbally commits to OrangeSyracuse football recruiting: Class of 2017 tight end Aaron Hackett commits to SUSyracuse football recruiting: Class of 2017 wide receiver Nykeim Johnson commits to the OrangeSyracuse football recruiting: 2017 OL Dakota Davis commits to Orangelast_img read more