Welcome to Danube Day 2021

NOTICE:

Due to the various continuing restrictions on public gatherings throughout the Danube River Basin as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic, 2021's Danube Day celebrations on and around 29th June 2021 will remain partially changed.

You are all warmly invited to #DiscoverDanube online!

Although it wasn't intended, our motto continues to fit the situation, and our partners throughout the Danube River can still educate and inform you all about the Danube River on and around 29th June 2021. We're happy to answer any and all queries you may have, and our partners all remained involved in Danube Day 2021 despite these small temporary changes to our programme – so please don't hesitate to get in touch with them or us.

The Danube Day poster design for 2021 features our motto "Discover Danube", this time against an ochre background. Keep on the lookout out for our signature Danube Day branded bags too – which were sent out to our partners throughout the Danube River Basin as every year.

What Happened in 2021 (despite the crisis)?

While almost all of our activities had to be different last year in 2020 as a result of the pandemic, our member countries rose to the challenge to keep the Danube Day spirit alive throughout this global crisis. – and continued on in that same spirit here in 2021! Here's a small summary of what happened for this year's Danube Day throughout the Danube River Basin, on and around 29th June:

Bulgaria

  • From 25th – 30th June 2021, a Danube Day Festival took place around the scenic town of Nikopol on the banks of the Danube in Northern Bulgaria. The festival included interactive educational models, concerts, competitions, exhibitions (held in accordance with pandemic safety regulations).
     
  • Also held from 25th – 30th June, another Danube Day festival was held in the village of Baykal, also on the banks of the Danube in Northern Bulgaria. Baykal’s festival also included interactive educational models, along with representation of the Danube countries and traditional Bulgarian customs.
     
  • Several cleanup events also took place on the banks of the Danube to coincide with Danube Day. These happened up and down the Danube and its tributaries throughout Bulgaria.

Joint Sava Day Celebration

  • On 1st June 2021 a joint celebration of Danube Day and Sava Day took place in 4 countries (Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina) on the same day. The main purpose was to mark the high water levels of the Sava River with uniform signage, and to encourage both critical judgment and a sense of responsibility with regards to flooding. Besides the official institutions, local stakeholders are crucial to this effort, including the local population, schools, local government, and the owners of buildings with the installed high water marks. All were included and welcome at the event.

  • Find out more on the event here via the Slovene government website.

Slovenia

  • One Danube Day 2021 action took place in Slovenia around the Kola River, titled: "When water from Kolpa will reach the Danube: Continuing with action Marking of high water level". The main purpose of this action was to encourage critical judgment of one's own and others' actions while raising the individual's sense of responsibility in case of floods. 

  • Visit www.gov.si/drzavni-organi/ministrstva/ministrstvo-za-okolje-in-prostor for more. 

Austria

  • Austria created their own dedicated Danube Day website, including an online game app for kids (about 8-12), offering a chance to learn about the Danube, and become a “Danube detective”.
    Visit: www.danubeday.at 
     
  • A new special exhibition was on display in Vienna throughout Summer 2021 on the Danube Island ('DonauInsel') in the city. Visitors could go to the Donauinsel U1 U-bahn station on Fridays and Saturdays all summer long to #DiscoverDanube! Find out more on www.danubeday.at/danube-day-ausstellung
     
  • This exhibition received over 300 visitors, and featured 12 display boards with interesting hard facts about the Danube, a kids' dice-game, a “hot wire” skill game, and a fishing game!

Serbia

  • The Serbian Danube Day team created a platform on their website: (srbijavode.rs), which included educational short films about the sights of the Danube River, and a quiz for participants to take to test their Danube knowledge.
     
  • As with every year, the Vode Vojvodine Regatta was scheduled to take place in honour of Danube Day, promoting the Danube-based navigable potential of the Vojvodina province in Serbia. Potential sailors were able to gain experience in sailing while towns and villages near rivers and canals, and receive incentives for tourism development in the region. Unfortunately, this year’s regatta was once again postponed due to coronavirus pandemic – visit www.vodevojvodine.com to find out more.
     
  • PWMC “Srbijavode” created a video about "Roman heritage on the banks of the Danube", aiming to mark the event of Danube Day by celebrating Roman Heritage in the region. The remains and heritage of Ancient Rome to be found along the banks of the Danube form an important layer of the Serbian Danubia culture. This video shows off the most important regional seats of the Roman legions, such as Viminacium, Tabula Traiana, Trajan's bridge etc. Visit www.srbijavode.rs, or follow the on YouTube and Instagram to find out more.

Romania

  • The Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests, National Administration “Romanian Waters” and all 11 Water Basin Administration published press releases in the local and national media to promote the importance of the Danube River in our lives, for us and the aquatic ecosystem. 
     
  • The Banat Water Basin Administration participated in a large cleaning water action. On 29th June, Ebisu – the first waste collection boat in Europe, run 100% by electricity – arrived in Orșova, in the Gulf of Cerna. In total, over 110 bags representing 900kg of waste were collected in 5 hours from the water in a greening event held within the program. "We act for Water!" was initiated by Act for Tomorrow in partnership with Kaufland Romania, and the Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests and the National Administration ”Romanian Waters”. Read more here (Romanian Language Only.

  • The Crisuri Water Basin Administration organized several different activities dedicated to Danube Day 2021: in Beius County the children from Aquarium Club participated in an ecological workshop dedicated to the little ecologists and a painting exhibition; it was organized for all children a visit to Surplacu de Barcau reservoir for an open lesson related to the quality water importance.  The event was attended by 75 children.

  • On 28th June, the Arges Vedea Water Basin Administration and Teleorman Water Management System organized an open lesson dedicated to the Danube Day, with children at the Primary School “Stefan cel Mare” in the city of Alexandria. They attended a demonstration exercise of water quality testing in the Water Quality Laboratory and a competition was organized around the subject of water protection.

  • Danube Day 2021 was celebrated in the city of Galati at the Natural Science Museum, “Rasvan Angheluta”. Events took place under a special program titled ‘Rediscover the Danube’, including photography and dance.

  • The Dobrogea Litoral Water Basin Administration through the Tulcea Water Management System organized a large trash/waste collections action on the seashore sectors of the Black Sea, in the Gura Portitei area (ca. 5km²). Events were also organized with the support of local authorities in Dunavatu de Jos.

  • The County Council of Braila, Braila City Hall, Let’s Do it Romania Association, Braila Mall, Popular School “Vespasian Lungu”, and Alexandri School from Braila got together to organise a variety of activities including painting, exhibitions, dancing contests, and more.

  • Calarasi City Hall, in collaboration with the Ivan Patzaichin-Milla 23 Association, organized their 8th edition of Danube Day celebrations. Many activities took place with the involvement of Children’s Palace Calarasi, County Center Calarasi, AJVPS Calarasi, such as a canoe competition, sport-fishing competitions, thematic workshops for the children and a culinary festival. More than 40 children participated in these events.

Hungary

  • An online event organized via www.dunanap.hu reached over 12,000 people (boosted via Facebook & radio), and included an online contest wherein partners prepared short presentations on their activities and quizzes with 5 questions each. Interested people could register via the homepage and complete the quizzes – the more quizzes completed, the bigger their chance was to win a prize.

  • An award ceremony also took place for those who won a prize during the online contest. Some 80 - 90 participants were invited to Esztergom for the award ceremony at the Duna Múzeum, including some pre-prepared games for children. The event closed with a water and environment related puppet-show presented by “Délibáb Társulat. 

  • Additionally, a special Danube Day poem by Sándor Erd őss was published on the Duna Nap Facebook page (link)

  • “Young and old, all lovers of the Danube, enthusiastically and with great interest took part in this year's unconventional celebrations” – Belügyminisztérium 

Slovakia

  • On 9th July, an excursion in Donau Auen was an opportunity to learn more about the revitalisation of watercourses in the context of WFD implementation in Austria. Participants came from different Slovak institutions such as the State Nature Conservation, the Ministry of Environment, the Water Research Institute, the Slovak Environmental Inspectorate, the Slovak Water Management Enterprise, and the Water Management Construction, as well as non-governmental organizations, rational water utilization experts and media representatives – plus journalists. 

  • Held on 28th June 2021, a webinar event titled "Danube – our and European River" took place online. At the beginning, the participants were welcomed by representatives of the Ministry of Environment SR. Presentations dealt with the following topics: water bodies of the Danube River and JDS 4; examples of restoration measures on the Danube River and in its flood plain area; examples of WWF restoration projects and programmes on the Lower and Middle Danube and preparation of the Concept of Water Policy SR for the years 2021 – 2030. 

  • Additionally, a Photo Competition was held by the Slovak University of Technology (STU) - the happy winners were awarded those coveted ICPDR bags! Details via Facebook here.

  • And finally, a Summer Solstice on the Danube – in SEV Dropie, Zemianska Olča took place throughout the entirety of June, in the form of excursions for students. The activity also happened during Opened Parks and Gardens Weekend as well as on World Environmental Day. Similarly, Opened Door Day (5th June 2021) offered the possibility for participants to join the “Golden Garden” quest, which was focused on natural-historical features of Lower Žitný Ostrov that was formed by the Danube River in the past. Happy winners were awarded ICPRD bags.

 

Czech Republic

  • Czech activities for Danube Day 2021 remained online this year, coinciding with their launch of communications regarding the Fourth Joint Danube Survey (JDS4).

  • Additionally, the Czech Ministry of Environment published a (Czech language) article about both JDS4 and Danube Day 2021. Read the article online here.

Moldova

Danube Day 2021 conference in Lower Prut, Moldova [Photo credit: Dumitru Drumea]

  • On the event of Danube Day 2021, a public conference on Danube activities was held in Moldova, taking place in the Lower Prut region with remote hybrid connections in Chisinau and elsewhere. Some 200 people were in attendance to discuss various aspects of Danube water conservation in Moldova.
     
  • During the event, potential activities aimed at pollution reduction in Moldova were discussed among the participants. In this context, a project supported by the National Commission of the Republic of Moldova for UNESCO was also presented, and during the event, the expectations of local communities on the functioning of the biosphere reserve were discussed. A number of actions on protection of the Beleu lake were also agreed upon.
     

Ukraine

  • On 26th June, in Kvasovo village, Zakarpattya Oblast, at the Borzhava River (a tributary of the Tisza River), specialists of Tisza Basin authority and Oblast department of the emergencies in Zakarpattya Oblast held an event where they removed litter from a river net, specially-designed to catch floating litter in the water. The action included a joint cleanup of the Borzhava floodplain, along with parallel cleanups in the Prut and Siret basins and at the Danube Delta, plus a some online video reports.

Litter at Borzhava River, Zakarpattya Oblast, Ukraine

  • "Having finished all preparatory works, and waiting till the end of the spring silence season, on [the] occastion of the Danube Day we have removed 9 out of 10 garbage jams in Borzhava riverbed”, said the First Deputy Head of Zakarpattya Oblast State Administration Myroslav Biletsky. Around 80 people took part in the clean up including representatives of the EUWI+, SAWR, local authorities, State Emergency services, State forest agency, Tisza basin authority. The collected waste was sorted into plastic and glass and sent away to a recycling facility.

Sorting out the removed waste.

  • Quiz for kids «Story of your river»: A large banner (5m length and 1m width) was printed and put in place on the school wall in Kvasovo. On this banner, the kids were able to draw their answers to questions such as, “For which groups of animals the river is important?”. At the end, the banner was presented at the school. The quiz was targeted at kids of Kvasovo village as well as Korolevo orphan houses. In total around 30 children took part in the action (following all necessary COVID-19 safety guidelines). As a result, the kids draw a large poster with the river of their dream: clean, with a diversity of flora and fauna, rainbows and rain. Also the participants of the quiz shared their proposals, about what each of us can do for the protection of the river.

Painting answers about the future of the river

  • Read additional reports on what happened for Danube Day 2021 in Ukraine here and here

Germany

  • A stakeholder and river expert meeting at the German-Austrian border was organized by Gerhard Nagl (Danube Environmental Forum) and Ralf Braun (“Haus am Strom” ecological education centre) in Jochenstein. Participants from both countries active in water administration, nature conservation, hydropower and experts for biodiversity and river restoration, expressed their commitment to improving nature in the Danube ecological corridor. The blue ribbon of the Danube symbolizes the connection along the river across the borders.

A joint activity by Germany and Austria on the Danube at Jochenstein.

  • A few days before, on Sunday 27th June, the ecumenical action circle of Catholics and Protestants for ‘A Flowing Danube’ met at the Danube River crossing in Niederalteich, near to Deggendorf (a town noted for its old monastery). The participants celebrated 25 years of commitment for the Danube with music, singing and praying for the river and for a sustainable use of nature.

Albania

  • Yes... Albania! It's a little-known fact that Albania is in fact home to a (relatively small) section of the Danube River Basin. The Vermosh river is the only river in Albania that does not flow into the Adriatic Sea and, unlike other rivers, it flows from West to East. Along with its 2 tributaries – the Lëpushë and the Greben – it is also part of the Danube basin!
     
  • Albania joined the celebrations for Danube Day 2021 with an activity themed appropriately: Dialogue on trans-boundary rivers – a case study on Danube and Drin / Vermoshi Rivers – part of the large Danube River basin.
     
  • See a short clip (in Albanian language) about this event and the Albanian section of the Danube River Basin online here.

Danube Adventure Game

Why not get 'active for the Danube' at home, and try out the Danube Adventure Game now?
 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Gallery

  • Danube Day 2018 in Ukraine: children celebrating the Tisza rivers in Kvasovo © Ostap Tsapulych
  • Danube Day 2018 in Ukraine: medieval festivities at the site of Kvasovo Castle on the Tisza © Ostap Tsapulych
  • Danube Day 2018 in Moldova: celebrating age-old Danube traditions at the southern tip of the country © Dumitru Drumea
  • Danube Day 2018 in Romania: the children's event led by the Arges Vedea Water Basin Administration was one of 60 actions in the country © WBA Arges-Vedea
  • Danube Day 2018 in Romania: Ioan Denes, Minister for Waters and Forests at the children's event in Orșova city © WBA Banat
  • Danube Day 2018 in Rousse, Bulgaria: 200 musicians come together for a Danube Day concert at the State Opera House.
  • Danube Day 2018 in Persina, Bulgaria: celebrating 7 years of the WWF-ICPDR-Coca-Cola Living Danube Partnership © WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme
  • Danube Day 2018 in Montenegro organised by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and Zabljak Tourist Organisation.
  • Danube Day 2018 in Serbia: getting ready to send their 'water-mail' messages of Danube solidarity to downstream countries.
  • Danube Day 2018 in Bosnia-Herzegovina: a trip to the Bosna river fosters enthusiasm for river conservation © Ekotim
  • Danube Day 2018 in Croatia: community action in Ilok led by Hrvatske vode, local groups and Coca-Cola HBC.
  • Danube Day 2018 in Slovenia: tackling barriers to sustainable water management at the Bled Water Festival © BWF / Jaka Valjavec
  • Joint Hungarian-Serbian Danube Day 2018 in Érsekcsanád, near Baja: ICPDR Executive Secretary Ivan Zavadksy © General Directorate of Water Management
  • Joint Hungarian-Serbian Danube Day 2018 in Érsekcsanád: preparing the fish soup © General Directorate of Water Management
  • Danube Day 2018 in Érsekcsanád, Hungary: the culmination of a two-day festival organised by the General Directorate of Water Management of Hungary and the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate © General Directorate of Water Management
  • Danube Day 2018 in Bratislava: explaining the why and how of water conservation to children at the Ministry of Environment © Ministry of the Environment
  • Danube Day 2018 in Gabčíkovo, Slovakia: river cruises, rescue demonstrations and family entertainment topped the bill © Vodohospodárska výstavba
  • Danube Day 2018 in Vienna: one thousand children enjoyed a day of eco challenges, fascinating facts, creatures, crafts and competitions © BMNT / Paul Gruber
  • Danube Day 2018 in Austria: marking 24 years of basin-wide cooperation at the Vienna International Centre.
  • Danube Day 2018 in Prague: engaging the next generation at the Czech Water Research Institute Open Day.
  • Danube Day 2018 in Bavaria, Germany: Dr Marcel Huber, Bavarian State Minister, signs a declaration creating a ‘people-free’ Danube island in Neuburg.
  • Danube Day 2018 in Ulm / Neu Ulm, Germany: learning about rivers with 'hands-on' and 'feet-in' exhibits at the Danube Festival! © Ute Hellstern / RPT
  • Danube Day 2018 in Ulm / Neu Ulm, Germany: the International Danube Festival opened with a parade of 650 flags representing Danube diversity © Donaubüro
  • Danube Day 2017 in Germany: young Bavarian winners of the Danube Art Master contest in Schloss Grünau.
  • Danube Day 2017 in the Czech Republic: learning about rivers in Mosty u Jablunkova's 'Children's Challenge' © Veronika Matuszná
  • Danube Day 2017 in Austria: Cheering for rivers in Vienna's Stadtpark festival © Danube Day Austria
  • Danube Day 2017 in Slovakia: celebrating traditions in Gabčíkovo © Vodohospodárska výstavba
  • Danube Day 2017 in Hungary: Helping to restock the Danube with sterlets at Children's Island in Budapest © Hungarian Ministry of Interior
  • Danube Day 2017 in Slovenia: Pupils from Rodica school winning top prize for their wastewater project at the Bled Water Festival © BWF Archive
  • Danube Day 2017 in Croatia: Ministry and city officials get active in the Vukovar river clean-up © Grad Vukovar⁄ Miroslav Šlafhauzer
  • International winner of the Danube Art Master contest for 2017: 'Bridge' by students from Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Danube Day 2017 in Serbia: Helping to conserve sturgeon in Prahovo © WWF Serbia
  • Danube Day 2017 in Moldova: Celebrating Danube traditions in Djurdjulesti © Dumitru Drumea
  • Danube Day 2017 in Romania: Inspiring the next generation to get active for the Danube rivers © WBA Arges
  • Danube Day 2017 in Bulgaria: Enough soup for everyone at the Danube Fish Cook-Off.
  • Ukrainian-Romanian Danube Day 2017 in Tyachiv: Sharing Romanian traditions at the cross-border festival © Ostap Tsapulych
  • Joint Ukrainian-Hungarian Danube Day in 2016: the Zakarpattya National Chorus © Ostap Tsapulych
  • Joint Hungarian-Ukrainian Danube Day in 2016: taste-testing the ultimate local fish soup!
  • Danube Day 2016 in Moldova: festivities in Cahul.
  • Danube Day 2016 in Romania: enjoying a lesson on water science in Craiova © WBA Jiu
  • Danube Day 2016 in Bulgaria: water testing workshop for teenagers in Baykal.
  • Danube Day 2016 in Serbia: getting active for the rivers by clearing bankside litter in Donji Milanovac © Donji Milanovac Tourist Organisation
  • Danube Day 2016 in Slovenia: cyclists from the four Sava countries completed an epic 900 km trip to spread awareness of Danube and Sava rivers.
  • Danube Day 2016 in Hungary: Budapest children restocking the Danube with sterlets!
  • Danube Day 2016 in Slovakia: inspiring children with hands-on science at the Environment Ministry in Bratislava © Tomas Hajdin / VUVH
  • Danube Day 2016 in Austria: Working together to construct a mobile flood defence barrier at Vienna's Danube Day © Danube Day Austria
  • Danube Day 2016 in the Czech Republic: proud Moravian artists in Mosty u Jablunkova © Mostík Family Centre
  • Danube Day 2016 in Germany: Danube flag parade at the opening of the International Danube Festival in Ulm © Donaubüro Ulm/Neu-Ulm
  • Danube Day 2015 in Germany: opening ceremony in Bavaria attended by the Bavarian Environment Minister Ulrike Scharf © Bavarian Ministry of the Environment & Consumer Protection
  • Danube Day 2015 in Austria: Federal Ministers, Jörg Leichtfried (left) and Andrä Rupprechter (right), and Vienna Environment Councillor, Ulli Sima, with Viennese pupils © Danube Day Austria
  • Danube Day 2015 in Slovakia: central celebration © Vodohospodárska výstavba, š.p.
  • Danube Day 2015 in Croatia: Dražen Kurečić, 2015 ICPDR President
  • Hungary's 2015 Danube Art Master
  • Danube Day 2015 in Serbia: festivities in Odzaci
  • 2015 winner of the international Danube Art Master: Black Swan from Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Danube Day 2015 in Romania: Collecting rubbish on the Crisul Repede © Bogdan Ghita / ABA Crisuri
  • Bulgaria's Danube Art Master 2015
  • 'Disappointed Fisherman', an entry in Moldova's 2015 Danube Art Master competition
  • Danube Day 2015 in Ukraine: dressed for a Grand Danube Masquerade
  • Danube Day 2014 in Ukraine: Kvasovo children map-out their country united by rivers © Ostap Tsapulych
  • Danube Day 2014 in Moldova: Deputy Minister Lazar Chirica awards young artists.
  • Danube Day 2014 in Bulgaria: superb spectacle at Persina Natural Park.
  • Danube Day 2014 in Romania: festivities led by Eşelnita Commune Hall & Cazanele Dunării NGO © ABA Jiu
  • Danube Art Master 2014 in Bosnia-Herzegovina: prize winner, Ena Havic, and her family © Ekotim
  • Danube Day 2014 in Slovenia: exploring water & energy in the Ministry/Coca-Cola HBC Slovenia ‘You’re My River’ contest © Moja Reka Slovenia
  • Danube Day 2014 in Hungary: Péter Kovács (State Secretary for Water) & Imre Hoffmann (Deputy State Secretary for Public Employment) at the Danube seminar in the Ministry of the Interior © Csattos Pál
  • Danube Day 2014 in Slovakia © Vodohospodárska výstavba
  • Danube Day 2014 in Austria: from right: Ivan Zavadsky (ICPDR); Doris Bures (Minister for Transport); Reinhard Mang (General Secretary of the Lebensministerium); Ulli Sima (Vienna Environment Councillor) & Karin Zipperer (Hafen Wien) © Danube Day Austria/Matthias Hombauer
  • Danube Day in Serbia
  • Danube Day 2013 in Ulm, Germany © Anna Brugger / Danube Office
  • Winning entry in the 2013 Czech Danube Art Master competition
  • Danube Day 2013 in Vienna © Danube Day Austria / Matthias Hombauer
  • Facing the Danube Challenge in Austria! © Foto Andi Bruckner www.andibruckner.com
  • Danube Day 2013 in Budapest © www.kormany.hu / Árvai Károly
  • Danube Day 2013 in Budapest © www.kormany.hu / Árvai Károly
  • Danube Day 2013 in Slovakia © Vodohospodárska výstavba
  • Slovenia's 2013 Moja reka competition
  • 2013 Danube Art Master entrants from Slovenia
  • Danube Day 2013 in Croatia © Zeleni Osijek
  • Danube Day 2014 in the Czech Republic: staff from the Water Protection Dept. say goodbye to the ‘Danube Day Fish United Flag’ as it continues its 14-year journey through the Basin.
  • Danube Day in Hungary
  • Winning entry in the 2013 international Danube Art Master competition - from Croatia
  • Danube Day 2013 in Belgrade
  • Danube Day 2013 in Bosnia-Herzegovina © Ekotim
  • Danube Day 2013 in Romania © ABA Crisuri
  • Danube Day 2013 in Romania © ABA Arges-Vedea
  • Danube Day 2013 in Baykal, Bulgaria © DRBD
  • Danube Day in Moldova
  • Danube Day in Ukraine
  • Clearing the Borzhava on Danube Day 2013 in Ukraine © Andriy Bublik / Coca-Cola Beverages
  • Danube Day in Ukraine
  • 2019 ICPDR President Kovacs at Danube Day in Hungary
  • Sava Youth Parliament at Danube Day 2019 in Slovenia
  • Joint Sava & Danube Day celebrations in Slovenia, 2021
  • Joint Sava & Danube Day celebrations in Slovenia, 2021
  • At the Aquarium Club picture exhibition in Beius County, Romania, 2021
  • Little ecologists in Beius County, Romania, 2021
  • Cleaning activity at the Black Sea, Romania, 2021
  • Danube Day 2021 Workshop, Romania
  • At the Aquarium Club picture exhibition in Beius County, Romania 2021
  • At the Aquarium Club picture exhibition in Beius County, Romania, 2021
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • Danube Day 2021 at the Duna Múzeum in Esztergom, Hungary
  • A Slovak Excursion at Donau Auen, 9 July 2021
  • A Slovak Excursion at Donau Auen, 9 July 2021
  • Danube Day 2021 conference in Lower Prut, Moldova [Photo credit: Dumitru Drumea]
  • Danube Day 2021 conference in Lower Prut, Moldova [Photo credit: Dumitru Drumea]
  • Danube Day 2021 conference in Lower Prut, Moldova [Photo credit: Dumitru Drumea]
  • Danube Day 2021 cleanup event in Kvasovo village (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 cleanup event in Kvasovo village (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 cleanup event in Kvasovo village (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 cleanup event in Kvasovo village (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 cleanup event in Kvasovo village (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 art event for Kvasovo village as well as Korolevo orphan houses (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 art event for Kvasovo village as well as Korolevo orphan houses (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 art event for Kvasovo village as well as Korolevo orphan houses (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 art event for Kvasovo village as well as Korolevo orphan houses (26th June 2021)
  • Danube Day 2021 art event for Kvasovo village as well as Korolevo orphan houses (26th June 2021)
  • Joint Danube Day 2021 celebrations by Germany & Austria at Jochenstein
  • Joint Danube Day 2021 celebrations by Germany & Austria at Jochenstein
  • Joint Danube Day 2021 celebrations by Germany & Austria at Jochenstein