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South–western Cistercian Route in Lower Silesia

The project has contributed in increasing the attractiveness of Lower Silesia, and promotion of Cistercian cultural heritage in the country and abroad via activities such as: creation of tourist and road signing of post-Cistercian buildings in Lower Silesia, construction of car parking, toilets, tourist information centers, info-kiosks, carrying out quantitative and qualitative research of tourism movement and promotional campaign of the route using billboards, websites, folders etc.

CrossCulTour

The partnership of CrossCulTour developed and implemented eight transnational tools: Online Questionnaire, Knowledge Platform, Monitoring Scheme, Maps and Signs, two Summer Schools, CC Youth Course and Audio Guides. A sales manual as brochure and on CD, a travel magazine as e-paper and printed version as well as two business newsletters have been created. CrossCulTour has developed and implemented eight joint strategies resp. action plans.

Route of Sepharad

B2 SERVICES > Information | The project aims at promoting on an international level the Jewish heritage of the member cities of the Red de Juderías de España (Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters) by providing selected information accessible by use of web GIS applications.

Clunypedia

B2 SERVICES > Information | Clunypedia is a platform gathering all types of knowledge about Cluny : texts, plans, drawings, bibliographies, iconographies, audio and video document. This tool enables also the production of increased reality (3D modelisation) applications. All documents are provided to the public falling within 4 main targets: tourism professionals, large audience/children, disabled people, scientists.

Route of Fortified Churches in Romania

B2 SERVICES > Information + B3 POINTS OF INTEREST > Cultural heritage | This Good Practice is part of a programme of information activities on the Route of Fortified Churches pertaining to the cultural landscape of 7 rural villages of Southern Transylvania founded in the middle ages by immigrant German Saxons and dominated by their fortified churches (once more than 300), that illustrate building styles from 13th to 16th century. Identified villages were listed in 1993 under n.596 in UNESCO World Heritage List. The Route initiative started in 2007 with support from EICR.

Odysseus in Andalusia

The Euro Mediterranean Cultural Itinerary “ODYSSEUS – Mythical and initiatory travels in the Mediterranean”, which begins with the Mediterranean space has authority to reveal and to make accessible to public of different ages and different cultures the chapters of their common history, by leaning on the identical European cultural, patrimonial and landscaped markers. The main objective is to improve and structure new offers and tourist services of excellence making of each regional destination and harbour city a single stopover, on the basis of a common European reference frame.

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