The “Olive Road”, 20 kilometers long, begins in Babino Polje, and leads to Odysseus’ Cave through hundred-year-old olive groves. The path “Sacral treasure of Babino polje” is a short circular, passes through the town of Babino Polje, and leads to churches and chapels that testify to the Christian tradition of the island since the 11th century. The project on Mljet was implemented as part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County project “Paths of the Past” co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund, and is implemented through the Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014-2020. The aim of the project is to create and promote the cultural and ethnographic offer of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. The brochure was printed as part of the project “Rural educational, cultural and ethnographic tourist attraction” for the purpose of promoting landscaped hiking trails in the central part of Mljet. “Drywall Road” is a 500-meter-long trail that represents a cultural landscape shaped by fields and drystone walls, forming a unique cultural and natural heritage unit. The route also includes the core of the hamlets of Ocinje and Zabrežje with volts from the 15th century. The trail “Water springs – old stream” follows a stream with a riverbed that often dries up, testifying to the importance of water for agricultural activities in the area of Babino polje from the Middle Ages to the present day. Along with the Austrian road and the Babino polje thematic trails, the project also includes the Dubrovnik Littoral Native House, the Korčula City Museum located in the Ismaeli-Gabrielis Palace and the Smokvica Gold and Silver Museum. The tourist offer of Mljet is richer for a new thematic tour as long as 20 kilometers, which is presented through a new brochure “Mljet – a mystical oasis”. The aim of arranging themed trails and the Austrian Road is to present the rich heritage of the Island and ensure a longer stay of guests. In addition to the thematic trails of Babino polje, 850 meters of the Austrian road between the settlements of Sobra and Babino Polje have been arranged. A brochure with information on new tourist attractions can be found in the offices of the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Mljet and the information centers of the National Park Mljet or downloaded in electronic form attached. “Paths of the past” Attachment: Brochure Mljet – a mystical oasis
Press Association And the 45-year-old does not believe there is any comparison between the two jobs, adding: “It will be a lot more stressful if our under-12s are not passing the ball and I am thinking who is going to come through. That is the way I could lose my job. “With the first-team, everyone gets time off during the international break. It doesn’t work like that in the academy. We are a serious club. I go and watch kids from between nine and 15 at Hogwood.” At some point though, Dolan needs to have a chat with owner Anton Zingarevich to discover what job he will be required to carry out for the next few weeks. For whilst results seemed to underline the folly of axing McDermott given Reading now have just eight games left to haul back the yawning seven-point gap to safety, Zingarevich is evidently a man of high ambition. “The owner has been very clear with me,” said Dolan. “We will sit down early next week and do what is best for Reading FC.” And whilst his own managerial experience only extends to a couple of seasons at Exeter before he left to take up his current role of academy manager in September 2004, Galway-born Dolan, an Irish youth international before he was forced to retire after contracting cancer, is not underplaying his own strengths. “I am a valuable commodity,” he said. “I have been a very good manager before and my skill set suggests I would be a manager rather than anything else. But the job of manager and academy manager are totally different.” Dolan stepped into the breach at Manchester United following the shock dismissal of Brian McDermott last week, and was in charge of the first team for their 1-0 defeat at Old Trafford thanks to a Wayne Rooney strike. After returning to his day job at Reading’s Hogwood academy base, running the rule over the club’s youngest players, the 45-year-old said: “It is easy being a manager compared to an academy manager.” Stand-in Reading boss Eamonn Dolan insists coaching the Royals’ Under-12s is a much stiffer task than taking charge of their Premier League strugglers.
As the upcoming trial for Chinese national who faces federal charges for trespassing at the Mar-a-Lago approaches, the mystery in whether the accused is a foreign spy continues to linger.Yujing Zhang is accessed of breaking into the Trump-based hotel, and then lying to Secret Service agents.The 33-year-old Shanghai business consultant fired her public defenders in June to act as her own attorney, and has reportedly struggled with pretrial hearings, and setting up Monday’s scheduled jury selection.Prosecutors have accused Zhang of manipulating the hearings by insisting she understands complex legal concepts, but will then say she doesn’t understand a simple question and turns to her Mandarin translator.Zhang reportedly speaks fluent English.Additionally, prosecutors have filed under secret seal evidence that they say has national security implication.However, Zhang has not been charged with espionage.The Secret Service said when agents detained Zhang at Mar-a-Lago she was carrying a computer, a hard drive, four cellphones and a thumb drive containing malware, although agents later recanted that accusation.Agents said Zhang told them she brought the electronics to Mar-a-Lago because she feared they would be stolen if left at her nearby hotel, but in her room they allegedly found a device to detect hidden cameras, computers, $8,000 in cash plus credit and debit cards, all in plain view.The Chinese Embassy in Washington did not respond to emails and phone calls seeking comment on the matter.Chinese Officials attempts to contact Zhang in jail, where she is being held without bail, were unsuccessful, according to reports.If convicted, Zhang could get six years in prison.