No European today should have a dilemma over the issue of further co-existence, coexistence and survival of the European Union. After all, it was the dream of many previous generations, and this commitment obliges us all to respect each other in their identity, but also to make us happy and joyful in the common values that we share. It is precisely the cultural heritage that is synonymous with unity and connectivity. Our strength is in our bonds. Whenever we were dissolved and when we turned our back on one another, it had devastating consequences for us. Cultural heritage revives the culture of memory, the culture of its own culturally-identity profile. We are confident that fortifications, fortresses, old towns, traces of the past in the form of first drawings, musical instruments, national costumes make us proud of the common heritage as a civilization connection and the necessity for a long progress. It is our obligation to protect, preserve, promote, present, valorize the common cultural heritage on behalf of the first people and all of their followers, to ourselves and future generations to come. Touch with, say, the law of 12 tables or personal encounters and a view of the Roman colossus, or the arrival in Old town Bedem in Nikšić, from where I come from, awakens in all of us the feeling of admiration and respect. Cultural and natural heritage is certainly a multi-dimensional and much important area of essential importance for understanding among peoples, peace, democracy, development and cooperation. Whether they want it or not, they talk about our borders as individuals or societies. In this sense, cultural heritage presents the creations in which human history is written and the image is human ideas and actions. For this reason it is necessary to take steps towards protecting, preserving and improving the accessibility of the heritage, especially to young people, in order to raise awareness of its value, the need to maintain and preserve it, as well as the benefits that result from it or may result. In this way, it is possible to respect civilizational and European values, as well as to develop awareness of belonging to the European Community in the context of a unique and wider cultural space. In this way, it is possible to respect civilizational and European values, as well as to develop awareness of belonging to the European Community in the context of a unique and wider cultural space. The practice of protecting cultural heritage points to the need for continuous monitoring as well as upgrading of new knowledge in the highly sensitive area of multifaceted threats to cultural heritage, which imposes activities in the direction of conservation and coordination in cultural cooperation through the Geneva initiatives but also institutional forms through the EU and UNESCO. Preserving and promoting cultural diversity is one of the basic principles of the EU so that, in addition to cultural heritage, it is necessary to preserve its natural environment, biodiversity and diversity of the spiritual present, past and future. The European dimension of our story consists in the fact that we have planned to create a minimum of 1000 postcards of which a minimum of 100 in the Braille letter with motifs of cultural heritage of Europe that we will distribute in at least 20 European countries. Each postcard will have a clear message on its back that we want to send to Europeans about the importance of protecting and preserving cultural heritage.