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Riga Motor Museum is the largest and most diverse collection of antique motor vehicles in the Baltics; included in the list of the best technical museums.
Location: Latvija, Latvia (Latvija)
Project: CHRISTA
27/06/2019
More exciting developments in design-driven innovation in Galicia.
Type: Project
National digital competence programme for SME’s for increasing knowledge of success factors – digitalisation to be able to execute changes in the business.
Location: Trøndelag, Norway (Norge)
Project: DigiBEST
Financing on reducing GHG emissions from transport, by promoting the infrastructure for energy-efficient road transport vehicles: EV recharging stations.
Location: Nord-Vest, Romania (România)
Project: EMOBICITY
To reduce the environmental impact from private motor vehicles in the centre of Tartu city.
Location: Eesti, Estonia (Eesti)
Project: OptiTrans
12/03/2020
The first aircraft in Poland using hydrogen cells to power electric propulsion - the AOS-H2 motor glider has been created  at Rzeszów University of Techno...
Type: Project
19/03/2018 - 21/03/2018
Innovation and Digitisation as means for Sustainable Cultural Tourism development and promotion
Type: Project
29/06/2020
Digital technologies and museums: discover experiences and opportunities in the post-pandemic period.
Type: Platform
13/11/2018
Cult-CreaTE Project was launched by all partners in Riga, Latvia on 12 November 2018 at the National Art Museum of Latvia
Type: Project
To preserve, restore, safeguard, valorise, showcase & redeploy the very rich cultural & industrial heritage assets (tangible and intangible) of traditional, disused and historic railways, for developing innovative, creative & sustainable cultural tourism products & services, for growth & jobs, mainly in post-industrial regions, in association with cultural and creative industries, railway preservation societies and and tourist destination authorities and DMOs. Raiways offer a great industrial heritage, also involving intangible heritage in terms of operating and maintenance procedures for steam locomotives and traditions regarding infrastructure provision and exploitation. The preservation and use of heritage railways for sustainable and cultural tourism offers excellent opportunities for lesser known destinations in Europe to develop and promote tourism products and services.