The Smart Hertitage Project has been approved and funded by the “Adriatic-Ionian Programme Interreg V B Transnational 2014-2020” (Interreg Adrion Programme).
Lead Partner of the project is the Croatian County for local Development together with the National Museum of Zara (HR), while the partnership is composed by various institutions, among which the Municipality of Forlì, involving the ATRIUM Cultural Route.
The Project aims to improve the enhancement of cultural heritage, moving along two main development directions: the use of technology applied to culture and the creation of Cultural Routes as tools for a wise management of cultural heritage.
An example of a FARO Heritage Community
Local residents get active to save the Foro Boario, Forlì's historic cattle market built during the Fascist regime. Forlì is one of the FARO Heritage Communities, promoting the active participation of citizens in the process of valorising its cultural heritage.
Elisa Giovannetti, President of the ATRIUM cultural route, participates in a transmission of Radio 3 "Tutta la città ne parla". She explains how walls, archives and memories represent the dissonant heritage ATRIUM deals with, and how important it is to raise awareness about the our 20th century history and its tragedies.
Elisa Giovannetti, President of the ATRIUM cultural route and Ulisse Tramonti, member of the ATRIUM Scientific Committee, give an interview on Radio Francigena, within the programme "Sulla Via: Speciale Itinerari Culturali d'Europa". Other interviewees are Stefano Dominioni, Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes, as well as representatives of other cultural routes.