“All performances of Istra Inspirit are free of charge thanks to the project partners who again this year recognized the importance of cultural and adventure tourism and gave confidence to Istra Inspirit as its partner to revive history, myths and legends in order to create additional offerings.. ” stand out from IRTA. Through the interactive Istra Inspirit experience, Pićan will once again revive a unique legend from late antiquity that will take locals and visitors back to the 6th century when the Pićan diocese was founded under the leadership of St. Nicephorus. The entire experience, directed by Petra B. Blašković and performed by professional actors Istra Inspirita and extras from Pićan, will be completed by a carefully designed scenography of the old town of Pićan, which will evoke the miraculous journey of St. Nicephorus to Rome. By the way, the representatives of the local community who participated in creating the concept of this event from the very beginning, gave their selfless contribution to the revival of the legend this year, as well as the Association of Drinks “Trnoplesari” whose annual assembly is held on that day. RELATED NEWS: Istra Inspirit will, during the main tourist season, stage over 30 experiences, and of which they stand out in particular interpretive walks – for the first time this season Dvigrad Tour in Dvigrad (11.07., 8.08., 21.08.) And Casanova Tour in Vrsar (05.06., 11.06., 25.06., 9.07., 23.07., 6.08., 20.08., 10.09., 23.10. .), performances as part of the festival – Poreč Open Air (14.07., 21.07., 28.07., 4.08., 11.08., 18.08., 25.08., 1.09.), Rabac Open Air (27.07., 3.08., 10.08.), Malin Festa in Medulin (5.08. ., 12.08., 19.08.), Stari samnja in Vrsar (16.06., 8.09.) And individual experiences – Crispo at the archeological site Vižula in Medulin (July 18.07) and Vodnjan Stories 5, on the occasion of marking the Day of the City of Vodnjan (August 9.08). Istra Inspirit is implemented within the Istrian Development Tourist Agency, with the support of the Administrative Department for Tourism of the Istrian County and the Tourist Board of the Istrian County and other project partners. On Saturday, June 1, 2019, at 20 pm, as part of the Petivina event in Pićan, the ‘Legend of the Trnoplers’ will be held – Istra Inspirit, with the experience of which the new season of the multi-award winning cultural-adventure project officially begins. eighth year in a row, it revives the history, legends and myths of the Istrian peninsula and creates an additional tourist offer at the destination.
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NEW DELHI, India (Reuters) – India’s newly appointed batting coach Vikram Rathour has joined head coach Ravi Shastri in demanding more discipline from exciting stumper-batsman Rishabh Pant.Pant’s six-hitting ability makes him a limited-overs asset, but Shastri in a recent interview said the 21-year-old’s penchant for throwing away his wicket has occasionally let the team down.The Delhi player is perceived as Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s natural successor in limited-overs cricket when the former captain eventually hangs up his gloves, but Rathour insisted Pant must improve his shot selection.“Rishabh is a phenomenal player, no doubt about that,” Rathour told reporters in Mohali ahead of the second Twenty20 International against South Africa today. “Of course he needs to sort out his game-plan a little more. He needs to bring in a little bit of discipline to his cricket.”With next year’s Twenty20 World Cup in mind, Rathour extended the message to all young members of the side that fearless cricket did not mean reckless cricket. “What the team management is asking from them is fearless cricket – having clear game-plans and playing with intent, backing your strengths. At the same time, you cannot be careless,” the former India opener said.“I’m sure they are smart enough to understand that.” India will also play three Tests against South Africa next month, when limited-overs stalwart Rohit Sharma may reinvent himself as a Test opener.Rohit smashed a record five centuries at this year’s 50-overs World Cup, but the white-ball stalwart has managed only 27 sporadic Test appearances. Rathour said 32-year-old Rohit has the game to succeed across formats, which would be a massive boost for the side.“He has done so well as an opener in white ball cricket, so I don’t see any reason why he can’t do well in red ball cricket as well, provided we provide him enough opportunities,” Rathour said.“If he comes good, it will be a huge asset for the team. Somebody of his experience, the kind of cricket he plays, if he plays at the top of the order, it will be a huge thing.”