/ PHOTO GALLERY / Construction of a new Tatra technical museum in Koprivnice, Novojičín, will begin at least a half-year delay.
The destruction of the planned schedule will not affect the opening of a new exposition at the Koprivnice plant in 2020.
The Region has announced another competition for the construction of the museum, because it would be easier to remove the first tender for the contractor, so companies would pay their bids with European funds. The regional consultant announced on November 6 new contracts, including its terms, at a meeting in Strasbourg.
"STROP" is 172 million
"The second rounds are 124 million euros, which is a prerequisite for European subsidies. He managed to negotiate the elimination of the Tenge monetary limit. The cost of the project is now 172 mln. It will reach KZT, including cost of expenses, including 111 million euros in European currency. The others pay from their budget, "said Yaroslav Kanya, Chief Financial Officer for Investment and Property. The winner of the tender said that in the spring, when the construction work should start, it would be able to know the following area.
"We have been in the semi-annual, but it still matches other tables, and we can still get it. We can finish in two years. We welcome the first visitors till 2020, "the deputy said.
New Trattor Motor Museum is created and managed as a branch of the Novojichnik Museum, a subsidiary of the Moravian-Silesian region.
"Tatra Trucks donated a land plot with a former factory building to build a museum. It needs to be rebuilt and prepared for the needs of cultural facilities. The car allows to use the adjacent territories of the construction and adds to the project a unique collection of vehicles that have not been exhibited so far, "remembers Nikola Birkelenova.
The exhibition itself draws attention to Tatra trucks and is now completing their design work. Obviously, the most attractive paradox will be.
"A reconstructed legendary Slovakia rocket carrier will conduct a personal exhibition in the city of Granice in Moravia. We work closely with the Tatra Technical Museum. The goal is to create a modern Tatra car museum, a decent exposition of Slovak Strela and support for visitors to cultural institutions, a restaurant, and a parking lot. We need to improve the care of technical monuments and preserve them for future generations, "said Lukasz Kurilo, deputy governor of culture.