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2017. november 22., szerda

Open Day at the National University of Public Service

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The next Open Day will be held on Wednesday 22 November 2017 at the Faculty of Water Sciences of the National University of Public Service. Trainings will be demonstrated with interesting presentations given by the leaders of the faculty; in addition to attending classes at the Faculty of Hydraulic and Water Management and the Faculty of Water Supply and Environmental Engineering.

21
2017. október 21., szombat

Autumn Festival of Museums Adventurers are invited!

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Come and join in the adventure games organized by Danube Museum and the Game Cottage.
 

24
2017. június 24., szombat

Mysterious night at the Danube Museum

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Do unidentified culprits walk in the dark rooms of the museum at night? No one has seen anything, no trace was left. Their intent is unknown at this time, but it is absolutely certain that an artifact will disappear.

20
2017. május 20., szombat

22nd Spring Festival of Museums at the weekend

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MUSEUMS IN THE GARDEN – gardens and museums

The Spring Festival of Museums was organised for the 22nd time on 20-21 May 2017 by the Hungarian National Museum. This unique cultural festival attracts almost 40 000 visitors annually and provides an opportunity for more than 120 Hungarian museums to present their collections. The team of Danube Museum joined in the event as well.

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National Projects - County Baranya

2016. január 25., hétfő 10:06

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Title of the Project: Water retention and land use change planning within the framework of the Ancient Dráva Programme

Programme ID: KEHOP-1.3.0-15-2016-00014

Beneficiaries: The Consortium of two governmental bodies such as the General Directorate of Water Management and the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate

The Amount of Subsidy: 11 220 000 000 Ft

The start and end date of the project: 18.03.2016. – 31.12.2019.

 Description of the project:

The development objective of the Ancient Drava Programme is the improvement of infrastructure conditions of sustainable water management on the planned area; besides the implementation of water management system which supports the water retention and water resource conservation, serves the protection of water quantity and quality, and takes into account the land-use change and the ecological aspects.

Based on the measured and the long range water demand, moreover the available water resources, we are planning to carry out the following water management interventions in the region:

· Renovating and constructing of riverbeds supporting the drainage control, local water damage prevention and other water facilities. Implementing of local amendments which correct the steering of water in accordance with drainage systems.

· Establishing reservoirs and impoundments which would provide water supply during the drought periods of summer.

· Installing water importation systems which would provide the distribution and water importation of the available surface water resources.

· Constructing dams, renovating and establishing lateral check dams.

· Creating opportunities for water supply of backwaters, tributaries and other water bodies. 

· Installing water withdrawal sites and pump stations. Improving the functionality of extant operating trenches with the building of mobile pumping stations.

· Implementing the water retention facilities of the lowland-like areas.

As the result of the above mentioned development such as the renovated and newly built facilities the water retention can be feasible on the area; a more flexible water management system can be operated, providing of the multi-purpose water supply – which takes into account the land use change even during the periods of drought as well – can be ensured; the drainage and local water damage can be mitigated.

For more information please contact Ms Valéria Cser, the project manager: +36 72 506 306 cser.valeria@ddvizig.hu

Certifying Authority: Ministry of National Development, Chief Deputy State Secretariat of Environmental and Energy Efficiency Operational Programme, Executive Division of Water Management and Nature Reserve

(Address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45. postal address: H-1134 Budapest, Váci út 45. or 1437 Budapest Pf. 328.)



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Title of the Project: Storm reservoirs on the watershed of Baranya Canal – Construction of a reservoir in Magyarszék

Programme ID: KEHOP-1.5.0-15-2016-00007

Beneficiaries: The Consortium of two governmental bodies such as the General Directorate of Water Management and the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate

The Amount of Subsidy: 1 907 000 000 Ft

Financing of project.: 100 %

The start date of the project (Subsidy Contract): 15.05.2017.

The planned real end date of the project (Subsidy Contract): 31.10.2019.

 
Description of the project:
The main objective of the Programme is the reduction of the flood discharge on Baranya Canal. Flood waves generated by the precipitation in May-June 2010 caused significant damages along the watercourses of Baranya Canal’s catchment. The South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate, as a state institution responsible for the water resource management of the affected region, has made the draft technical study titled ‘Storage possibilities on the catchment of Baranya Canal’ prepared. The study has explored the sites suitable for construction for all the major watercourses in the catchment of the Baranya Canal.
Among the planned reservoirs, the one that is to be built in Magyarszék will have the biggest storm water storage capacity and thus will play a significant role from the aspect of mitigating damages caused by water since it will retain the floods coming from the upper section of the Baranya Canal and from the Kaszánya Stream. Due to its complex utilization further economic opportunities may arise in the region. The reservoir at pumping water-level can provide a permanent water coverage of 28 acres. At flood peaks 54 acres of land is planned to be inundated.
According to the architectural plans, the reservoir is to be built as a longitudinal structure, where the floods will get channelled in through a 60-metre wide side weir. At pumping water-level, the reservoir may offer welfare- and fishing-type utilization as well.

For more information please contact Ms Ildikó Gscheidt, the project manager: +36 72 506 307 gscheidt.ildiko@ddvizig.hu

Certifying Authority: Ministry of National Development, Chief Deputy State Secretariat of Environmental and Energy Efficiency Operational Programme, Executive Division of Water Management and Nature Reserve  

(Address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45. postal address: H-1134 Budapest, Váci út 45. or 1437 Budapest Pf. 328.)

 

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