Project good practices

Bringing to the public attention natural objectives like Balta Cave using a new concept – The speoconcert, combining in such a beautiful way Nature and Culture.
Location: Sud-Vest Oltenia, Romania (România)
Project: MOMAr
Precious contiguous areas with native forest growth having a high proportion of trees older than 60 years
Location: Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: MOMAr
Daroca helds since 1979 a very specialized festival & course on Early Music, that allows to use the heritage spaces and revitalize the city.
Location: Aragón, Spain (España)
Project: MOMAr
Since 2008, the Uncastillo Foundation has been developing a 360º heritage management project in the Roman city of los Bañales including research and tourism
Location: Aragón, Spain (España)
Project: MOMAr
In the small village of Monegrillo an anti-raid shelter from the Spanish Civil War has been recovered as an important memory, tourism and anti war message asset
Location: Aragón, Spain (España)
Project: MOMAr
Discover the history of the monastery at Michaelstein at the click of a mouse from the sofa at home and go on an adventure tour of the music exhibition.
Location: Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: MOMAr
Promote the know-how of local producers in an offer of rural heritage discovery around the terroir of Taravu, within an interpretation center and tours
Location: Corse, France
Project: MOMAr
Creation of a new certified cultural route of Europe focused on Reformation heritage across Central Europe
Location: Sachsen-Anhalt, Czech Republic (Česká Republika)
Project: MOMAr
Transformation of a single point-of-interest site (romantic castle) into a modern area focused on active leisure activities for both tourists and local people
Location: Jihozápad, Czech Republic (Česká Republika)
Project: MOMAr
Cultural Parks are an original legislative figure of heritage management with two main scopes: Preserving and developing the territories
Location: Aragón, Spain (España)
Project: MOMAr
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