Project: Setting up a historical and cultural product “Antychna Tyra”
Total budget
11 208 800
373 630
Contact person
Olga Polinger, Head of the Tourism Unit of the Department of Economy and Infrastructure Development, Bilhorod-Dnistrovska Town Council,
Partner municipalities

Bilhorod-Dnistrovska Town Council of Odesa oblast (lead partner)
Shabivska Village Council

Other partners

Odesa Oblast State Administration
NGO Blagodiya
Municipal enterprise Akermanturinvest
Municipal institution Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky Museum of Local Lore
Municipal enterprise Fortetsia

Short description of the municipal partnership project
The project’s overall goal is to create a historical and cultural product Antychna Tyra by preserving and promoting a monument of national significance – an archeological excavation – the settlement of Tyra-Bilhorod.

The project aims at preserving and promoting the monument of national significance – the archeological excavation, the settlement of Tyra-Bilhorod, and increasing the length of tourists’ stay in local communities through the rational use of tourist potential of the communities, including in particular:

1) Conservation of the archeological excavation, arrangement of a viewpoint, marking objects and making plates with QR codes, signposts, and tourist maps, and development of thematic tours, including virtual ones.

2) Development of a water route “By Roads of Antiquity” along the coast of the Dniester estuary from the Shabivska community to the town of Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky.

3) Branding of historical and cultural product “Antychna Tyra”. In addition to trademark registration, this also includes the development of a mobile app, expanding the collection of the virtual 3D museum, holding a festival of ancient culture “Antychna Tyra”, and a children’s school for creative writing of ancient tales.

As a result of the project, the tourist inflow is expected to increase by at least 10% per year.
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