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14/01/2021
Fortress cities and fortresses in green and blue - Heritage meeting in Dendermonde with live stream.
Type: Project
23/10/2019
FINCH project partners and Stakeholders discussed and jointly looked for the new solutions for financing the cultural heritage in Lodzkie Region (Poland)
Type: Project
08/06/2019
Peipsi Koostöö Keskus from Tartu-Estonia organized the seventh cross-border culture meeting
Type: Project
04/07/2019
Partner Pannon has some ideas about improving Hungarian national policy.
Type: Project
12/11/2019
The 3rd Regional Stakeholder Meeting held in South West Oltenia Region
Type: Project
15/07/2020
Ministry for Regional Development and Transport of Saxony Anhalt held their second stakeholder meeting in Magdeburg.
Type: Project
02/04/2019
The CHRISTA Project title is selected as the main them of the 2019 edition of the ECTN Awards 'Destination of Sustainable Cultural Tourism' !
Type: Project
Research In this section of our website, the project partners show their progress in the research and development of the project. Good PracticesStudy work - RFC Good practices findingsGood Practices SummaryPartner Research P1 Ústí Region (CZ) Terezín fortress city is located in the Ústí Region, CZ. Established in baroque style in 1780 by Emperor Joseph 2nd and named Terezín to stress the importance of the Habsburg Monarchy and his mother Maria –Theresa, the fortress itself and the surrounded city have been always settled by soldiers, the important break in the city development represents the leave of all armed forces in 1996. The huge fortifications, barracks and city houses became to be empty and derelict, the number of residents decreased of thousands, unique historical constructions became to decay. Ústí Region together with the City of Terezín cooperates on the revitalisation, maintenance and future development of this fortified site, parts of the fortifications were reconstructed and the programmes for the utilisation of these premises are realised and the further innovative plans are to be developed under the RFC project – supported by sharing the experience and know-how with EU partners.Tourism Analysis in Terezín Fortress City, CZP2 Atwerp Regional Landscapes (BE) In Antwerp - Belgium a “six-star project" is being rolled out with three fortresses and three fortress cities. The project definition forms the start of the project with central knowledge exchange on three scale levels, from European to regional cooperation towards local actions where RFC will help to set the focus. For example, the cradle of the RFC project idea lies in Herentals where the city walls will connect many urban projects, ranging from cycling and walking paths to water buffering. In Mechelen and Dendermonde, the main focus will be on greening and accessibility of the city wall. Since the arrival of the Waterbus, Lillo fortress is the ideal test site for innovation where virtual reality will be developed. The fortress of Lier is a blind spot for the citizens, certain support and a vision or master plan is needed to protect the fortress. This also applies for the former walls of Zandvliet fortress, a forgotten pearl in the State-Spanish lines.Progress of the P2 Steering Group semester 2Project definition and starting note in the context of partnership agreements with the fortress cities.Partnership agreement. This collaboration agreement must be read in conjunction with the RFC project definition.LANDSCAPE AND GREEN MANAGEMENT 2 SEAS PROJECT “WALLS AND GARDENS” - Project presented during the 3rd TWS (Nature and environment management and maintenance (biodiversity, energy savings, water management).P4 North-West Regional Development Agency (RO) Northern Transylvania, the Romanian host region of RFC project is famous worldwide for its dark stories, born from its rich ancient and medieval heritage. It is the host of more than 35 ancient fortresses and Roman forts, which are now included among other European heritage monuments in the revival focus of the RFC project. North-West Regional Development Agency acts as a regional facilitator, bringing together local, regional, national and international stakeholders involved in the management, rehabilitation, development and capitalization of the heritage objectives. Through the transfer of experience, further heritage interventions will be proposed in the Regional Action Plan as an output of the RFC project.  P7 City of Magdeburg (DE) The fortified city of Magdeburg Magdeburg was enclosed by fortifications for more than 1,100 years. It was Prussia’s strongest and most secure fortress in the 19th century. From about 1500 onwards, the continuous expansion began, using medieval city walls to create a modern fortress. The last major expansion took place from 1866 with the strengthening of the core fortress and the construction of a new fortress belt. Inner and outer walls, moats, bastions, redoubts and forts were its key features. Remnants of these fortifications can still be seen and they have become a hallmark of the cityscape. Some of the fortifications were renovated. For the development of other parts of the fortress, new ideas, good examples and new solutions still need to be found. An improvement of the funding possibilities is desirable.Magdeburg description of fortifications Follow us on Instagram! Read more... Sign up for the RFC newsletter Subscribe now (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.10"; js.async = true; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); RFC Tweets by RFC
 "Coming together is a beginning,                                                                                                                                                    staying together is progress,                                                                                                                                                         and working together is success."  Inspired by these values, European Regions involved into FINCH partnership are getting in touch with other initiatives that share our efforts related to the conservation, valorisation, management and exploitation of cultural heritage with the involvement of private actors and the use of light financial instruments   ForHeritage – Excellence for integrated heritage management in central Europe ForHeritage is implemented under the INTERREG Central Europe programme by partner institutions from Poland, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia. The ForHeritage project promotes integrated heritage  management engaging communities, mobilising funding and developing capacities for enhanced protection and management of cultural heritage assets in central Europe.  Project web site: www.interreg-central.eu/forheritage Innocastle - INNOvating policy instruments for historic CASTLEs, manors and estates  Innocastle is an Interreg Europe funded project focused on improving policy instruments governing Historic Castles, Manors and Estates (HCME) in four partner regions from Romania, the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain. National Trust from the UK will act as knowledge partner throughout the process and support all partners in remodeling their policies. European historic castles, manors and estates have the potential to become local catalysts for regional development and innovation. Innocastle prepares them for the future by stimulating resilient policies for conservation, transformation and exploitation . Project Website: www.interregeurope.eu/innocastle  SHARE - Sustainable approach to cultural Heritage for the urban Areas Requalification in Europe  SHARE aims at exchanging experiences in cultural heritage policies in urban settings, in order to identify best practices and innovative methods to develop a sustainable and smart approach to its management and use. The partners represent a variety of public bodies, agencies and academic centers coming from 7 Countries across Europe dealing with cultural heritage and smart cities policies: Italy, Spain, Romania, Hungary, United Kingdom (Advisory partner) , Sweden, Croatia. SHARE has been identified as a relevant initiative for the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. Project Website: www.interregeurope.eu/share   CLIC - Circular model Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse CLIC is a trans-disciplinary research project - funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - whose overarching goal is to identify evaluation tools to test, implement, validate and share innovative “circular” financing, business and governance models for systemic adaptive reuse of cultural heritage and landscape, demonstrating the economic, social, environmental convenience, in terms of long lasting economic, cultural and environmental wealth. The CLIC project applies the circular economy principles to cultural heritage adaptive reuse for achieving environmentally, socially, culturally and economically sustainable urban/territorial development. CLIC Consortium - coordinated by the Institute for Research on Innovation and Services for Development, National Research Council of Italy (IRISS CNR - Italy)  - includes 15 partners and pursues to guarantee that the progress in the research and innovation on innovative circular business, financing and governance models for cultural heritage adaptive reuse is relevant and transferable in European cities and regions.  Project Website: www.clicproject.euhttp://www.clicproject.eu HERITAGE-PRO - Interdisciplinary Training for Professionals of Different Disciplines Towards Sustainable Management and Preservation of Cultural Heritage HERITAGEPRO - co-funded under the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union - is implemented by a partnership of six European institutions, companies and networks from Germany, Spain, Austria, Sweden and Belgium, all active in vocational training for the preservation of cultural heritage. Their main objective is to upgrade the interdisciplinary competences of the workforce of heritage managers all over Europe in order to better valorize on expertise from different disciplines relevant for cultural heritage preservation.  Project web site: heritage-pro.eu (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.10"; js.async = true; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); FINCH Tweets by FINCH
29/01/2020
The past January, the Ministry for Regional Development and Transport of Saxony-Anhalt (Germany) had its first kick-off regional stakeholder meeting.
Type: Project