Adriatic Fortresses and Military Areas
- Priority and Measure
Measure 2.2 - Natural and cultural resource management and prevention of natural and technological risks
Priority 2 - Natural and cultural resources and risk prevention
- EUSAIR Pillars
- Sustainable tourism, environmental quality
- Type of Project
- Alessandra Valerio
- Interviewee role
- International Project Unit
- Veneto Region - International Relations Dept.
- +39 041 2794378
- Project website
- Budget in euros
|Role||Name||City||Country||Contact Person||Email /website|
|Lead Partner||City of Venice – Sezione Relazioni Internazionali||Venezia||Italy||Alessandra Valerio||Alessandra.firstname.lastname@example.org www.regione.veneto.it|
|Partner 1||City of Pula – Department of Urban Planning||Pula||Croatia||Lorena Dropulić Iva Pamićemail@example.com / Iva.Pamic@pula.hr|
|Partner 2||City of Venice - Settore Sviluppo Economico, Politiche Comunitarie e Piano Strategico San Marco||Venezia||Italy||Silvia Comiati Chiara Tenderinifirstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com|
|Partner 3||City of Ravenna - Servizio Turismo ed Attività Culturali||Ravenna||Italy||Barbara Morigifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 4||Municipality of Kotor||Kotor||Montenegro||Nadja Miranovicemail@example.com|
|Partner 5||Juraj Dobrila University of Pula - International Research Office||Pula||Croatia||Sanja Bibericfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 6||Municipality of Corfu||Kerkyra||Greece||Effie Koulouriemail@example.com|
|Partner 7||Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tirana||Tirana||Albania||Klotilda Binjakufirstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com|
|Partner 8||Ministry of Culture of Albania||Tirana||Albania||Adela Cafuli||Adela.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 9||Puglia Region - Coordinamento delle Politiche Internazionali, Sezione Cooperazione Territoriale||Bari||Italy||Fausto Savoiaemail@example.com|
|Partner 10||Municipality of Piran||Pirano||Slovenia||Jasna Softic||Jasna.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 11||Ca’ Foscari University of Venice – Department of Economics||Venezia||Italy||Nicola Camattiemail@example.com|
Adrifort aims at creating a new model of Governance of coastal social and cultural heritage, through the involvement of private investors, and a network of authorities able to manage the fortified heritage, by turning the activity into a tool of economic development of surrounding areas. The project is based on capacity building, and it focuses on the development of a common operative method able to support institutions in the management of the reuse of Adriatic fortress heritage, a strategic asset for the development of the whole area.
What has been done during the project in order to achieve its main goal(s)?
Adrifort strengthened the ability of the participating institutions, facing the most common critical issues in the field of heritage management and sharing effective solutions raised from their experiences. The results of that best practices’ exchanging activity are the basis of a common pattern to develop activities in the context of promotion and re-use of Adriatic cultural heritage.
Adrifort partnership recognized the value of cross-border cooperation as the most appropriate tool to highlight to a widest public the importance of preservation and sustainable re-use of cultural heritage. Cross-border cooperation also allowed the partners to put all the different local situations into a new perspective and to overcome crucial administrative and legislative issues at any level (state, regional or municipal), thanks to a mutual knowledge exchange.
Adrifort network included a series of working tools open to everyone for a real European shared knowledge: a map of Adriatic Fortresses, a virtual laboratory, a cross border documentation center, many territorial workshops, web site and periodical newsletters.
Which are the project main results/impacts?
Promoting of a vigorous joint action: to spread largest interest for this specific typology of cultural heritage, organize synergic initiatives, achieve greater credibility, promote cross-border planning of a common good, exchange of knowledge and expertise.
Adrifort partnership achieved a balanced mix of different levels of government able to enrich the multilevel-governance, involve other relevant institutions and private parties, ensure the transformation of the outputs and of the results in operative terms in the short and long period.
Main deliverables of the project: Consolidation of a Multi-Level Governance for the conservation and management of the “cultural and environmental fortified” heritage. Innovative socioeconomic re-use of the specific “cultural and environmental heritage of military fortresses”. Overcoming the budget constraints. Fine guidelines on multilevel governance of fortress heritage. Online platform for sharing data and socio-economic-territorial potential of the Adriatic Fortified System. Multi-criteria Evaluation Tools; Investment Opportunity Portfolio (IOP). Improving the attitude of the institutions to manage the fortified cultural heritage within the Adriatic area the IT platform, the tools for analysis and identification of heritage fortified potential, and finally, the tools for the multi-criteria analysis.
An important achievement is the raising of awareness among local institutions, through pilot actions for an innovative re-use of fortresses, because those cultural assets can be key factors for a sustainable development in Southern Europe. The pilot actions involved the Piran City Walls (Slovenia), the Castle of Gallipoli (Italy), Rocca Brancaleone in Ravenna (Italy), the Old Town of Corfu (Greece), Forte Marghera, located at the junction between Venice and Mestre (Italy), Trojica Fort (Montenegro) and the Castle of Lezha (Albania).