We are pleased that the "Ghost towns" project, where more can be found on projects official website www.gradovi-ghosts-info, has attracted a great deal of media interest. Recall that the project was funded by the Ministry of Science and Education, the Ministry of Culture and the County of Primorje-Gorski kotar from 2017. to 2019., and some activities are still ongoing. The project established a collaboration with renowned Rijeka artist Damir Urban, who created a piece of music that serves as an instrumental basis for the site to maximize the visitor's experience of exploring abandoned settlements. Also, in plans for further development of the project in 2020., cooperation was established with the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies in Zagreb and with the Veruda Elementary School in Pula.
A centerfold was published in the Novi list in Rijeka (Članak u Novom listu (18.6.2019.)), and soon the news in their online edition (http://novilist.hr/Vijesti/Rijeka/Gradovi-duhova-Trojica-profesora-snimili-tuznu-foto-pricu-o-napustenim-naseljima-u-PGZ?meta_refresh=true).
One of the most read online portals Telegram.hr published a photo story with photos of all abandoned settlements (https://www.telegram.hr/fotogalerije/zivot/trojica-profesora-mjesecima-su-hodala-po-gorskom-kotaru-snimajuci-napustena-mjesta-ovo-je-rezultat/), and it was among the most read for a week and also published on the portal net.hr.
Other media that transmitted the news are monitor.hr (https://www.monitor.hr/trojica-profesora-mjesecima-hodala-po-gorskom-kotaru-snimajuci-napustena-mjesta/), portaloko.hr (http://www.portaloko.hr/clanak/jezivi-hrvatski-grad-duhova-mjesecima-snimali-napustena-mjesta-mnogi-ne-znaju-da-uopce-postoje/0/103772/), but also the Montenegrin portal pcnen.com (http://www.pcnen.com/portal/2019/06/23/tuzna-foto-prica-o-napustenim-mjestima-hrvatske/).