The Egnatia Epirus Foundation conducted with co-funding from the Greek State and the European Union a project for the preservation and promotion of the culture and history of the historical Vlach population groups in Epirus:
Materials like books, photographs, audio-visual materials and datasets from the foundation’s archive were indexed and digitized and are now available in the project’s digital library. A registration is obligatory for the user – which unfortunately limits the public access and reception of the materials – but however quickly accomplished. One may hope that projects like this will make the Vlachs/Aromanians respectively the Balkan Romance people better known to a general public: despite their geographically vast space of settlements these ethnic groups are barely known outside their Southeast European home countries.
Cite this blog post
Albert Weber (2016, May 8). Digitization project on Vlach culture in Greece. Minorities Records. Retrieved February 26, 2024, from https://minorecs.hypotheses.org/739