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Unique Croatian Lighting Project Leads Voting in People’s Choice Award

CroatiaA unique project at Uljanik, one of the oldest working shipyards in the world, in Pula, is currently leading voting in The City.People.Light People’s Choice Award…

The Croatian project, which is ahead in the voting for the award which rewards urban lighting projects that rehumanize the urban space through light and exploring ways to maximize sustainability and improve the livability in the city, sees 8 majestic cranes are bathed in LED light programmed for 16,000 different variations in color and intensity, creating a dynamic sculpture in the nightscape of Pula’s seafront. Projects from nations such as Germany, Argentina, New Zealand and Turkey are in the race, but its Uljanik currently out in front.

Croatia Week is happy to put our support behind Pula in this endeavour, and encourage all of our readers to cast their vote in support of Istria’s largest city. You can cast your vote here.

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