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Alhambra & Generalife Master Plan 2007-2015

Drafted by 40 experts, the MP contains 154 measures organized around 4 strategic axes.: preservation, cultural landscape, sustainability, information society and knowledge. In the practical application of the MP, measures are the last link in the structure that contains the instructions to develop a concrete action, by forming an ordered system of multiple and open entries that establish a complex network of internal relations.

SY CULTour - Joint Institutional Framework Analysis"

This document entitled "Joint institutional framework analysis" and developed as Work Package 3.1 within the project SY CULTour financed by the Programme "South-East Europe" is the most up to date collection of laws, regulations, statements, declarations and other official documents concerning cultural values management in South East Europe and beyond.

European Rural Heritage - Observation Guide

Realised and adopted by the CEMAT Committee of Senior Officials, the “European Rural Heritage Observation Guide – CEMAT” implements the provisions of the Recommendation Rec (2002) 1 of the Committee of Ministers to Member States on the Guiding Principles for Sustainable Spatial Development of the European Continent. It therefore contributes towards achieving independent development of rural zones as areas for living and carrying on economic and recreationalactivities, and as physical regions and to set out guidelines for the managementof this heritage linked to regional and spatial planning.

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.

QuattroPole

QuattroPole is a cross-border city network of Luxemburg, Metz, Saarbrücken and Trier. The initiative aims at strengthening the visibility of the QuattroPole space on the European map, to meet the challenges of the future, together, in a Europe that is growing together. QuattroPole sets up specific cross-border services dedicated to citizens and enterprises, in collaboration with external partners. Environment and energy, culture, languages and a common touristic concept are some of the topics developed by QuattroPole.

Plurio.net

Plurio.net is aggregating and disseminating cultural content of the Greater Region, i. e. information about events, venues and organisations. It covers all cultural fields, as well as content with educational and touristic interest. The cultural operators of the Greater Region can connect and upload their content to Plurio.net with the creation of a user profile. Cultural operators with large amounts of meaningful content can also connect via XML interfaces. In 2014, more than 3000 operators are member of the content network.

European Heritage Label

The European Heritage Label designates sites which have played a key role in the history of the European Union; it is not about a site's beauty or architectural quality but rather its symbolic value for European integration. It is not about conservation of sites in itself but rather the activities they offer and their educational dimension, especially for young generations.

Island Heritage Management Plans

The objectives of drawing up these plans are as to: (a) provide an initial diagnosis of the cultural heritage situation; (b) define the objectives that need to be achieved with the plan; (c) establish the priority lines where action is most needed within the reference two-year period; (d) define all the specific actions that need to be developed for each priority line.

Cultural Heritage Enhancing Instrument

The basic objectives of this instrument of governance consist of the following: (a) developing a method of identifying analysis indicators that can assess the potential as visitable elements and as a tourism asset of the different heritage sites that exist in a particular area or region; (b) developing valid criteria to facilitate decision making at the technical and political level, with the aim of providing the public administrations involved with a versatile cultural heritage management tool; (c) facilitate more rational investment in recovering heritage and increasing its potential, by

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