Pulmanova – Frulasera at international meeting on sharing of cultural heritage

Pulmanova - Frulasera at international meeting on sharing of cultural heritage

The five-day international meetings of the ERRIN Network are partners in the European Cultural Heritage in Action Project. Palmanova’s city administration responded as an UNESCO site, responding to an invitation sent by the FVG region for three days of work.

A debate and active sharing work that connects municipalities, cultural and tourist organizations and institutions remotely online, from Finland, Bulgaria, France, Denmark, Belgium, Croatia, Spain, Ireland, Holland, Slovenia, Germany as well as Italy Happened in

“For our country we were present from Palmanova and representatives of the Colosseum Archaeological Park. It was very interesting, as well as presenting Palmanova to a qualified audience, sharing developmental experiences with the best European historical and cultural realities. We wanted to underline that the dimension of participation, through relationships with a diverse world of participation, represents a basic bridge between citizens and local administration ”, commented by the deputy mayor and city councilor for culture Adriana Danielis .

Three mornings dedicated to participation and peer learning, a methodology for the exchange of ideas and good practices, sharing heritage management experiences, heritage management and communication, social inclusion and community involvement through project initiatives For the active participation of the most vulnerable populations from. .

In fact the host of the meeting is Scotland with its project for the growth of the Scottish Antons Wall, which covers an area of ​​about sixty kilometers, with remnants of fortifications built during the maximum expansion of the Roman Empire, from the Glasgow region, in the second century AD . The development project of the region and the involvement of local communities to create culture and economy, also through the use of digital and technological means, was the starting point of discussion and the projects undertaken so far.

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And Councilor Danielis concluded: “Digital is undoubtedly an innovation tool that was used extensively in all European realities during the epidemic that we were faced with. This tool, this is an idea we’ve shared , However, does not represent a particular solution, but has a complementary capacity to integrate traditional relations of participation in the cultural good. To do this, to an ever-increasing extent between population groups, another step such as digital training It is necessary to move forward. Certainly the new frontier will have to focus on the integrated use of digital and non-digital environments to enhance and improve the use of cultural heritage.

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