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ROMIT – Roman Itineraries

The project aims are:

  • To set up an innovative management strategy for cultural heritage, capable of integrating, at local level, the process of cultural resource enhancement with other facilities and with the socio-economic structure of the territory, thereby improving the quality of the environment, of the products and of the territorial services;
  • to improve both protection and fruition of the Roman heritage as one of the most significant examples of ancient architecture and human transformation of the cultural landscape, as well as a relevant expression of European identity. This will be done by means of an integrated transnational system based on a European catalogue entry and a web site, which promotes and manages a dedicated cultural route graphically based on the Tabula Peutingeriana. The Tabula is the medieval copy of a Roman road map of the IV century, one of the most important itinera which the ancient world has left, and to extend it in various CADSES countries;
  • to facilitate co-operation through transnational meetings and conferences between public and private actors from the involved regions on specific issues linked to management and enhancement of archaeological heritage and to local development.

Förderer: INTERREG

Mitwirkende Institutionen:

  • Municipality of Rimin (IT)
  • Istituto Beni Artistici Culturali e Naturali della Regione Emilia-Romagna (IT)
  • Institution Europa Inform Consulting srl (IT)
  • ADEP - Municipal Enterprise of Planning & Development of Patras (GR)
  • ZEUS Consulting S.A. (GR)
  • Technical University of Sofia (BG)
  • Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (AT)

Beteiligte: Dipl.-Psych. Paul Held, Dipl. Psych. Evelyn Schlenk

Projektdetails

Projektverantwortlich

Paul Held
Tel. +49 (0) 9131 85 61101

Projektlaufzeit

01.04.2004–31.03.2006

Projekt abgeschlossen
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Projektverantwortlich

Paul Held
Tel. +49 (0) 9131 85 61101

Projektlaufzeit

01.04.2004–31.03.2006

Projekt abgeschlossen