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Adriatic fortresses and military areas
IPA Adriatic Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013

Adriatic fortresses and military areas


Acronym: Adrifort
Title: Adriatic Fortresses and military areas
Priority axis: 2.2
Specific Objective: Natural and cultural resource management and prevention of natural and technological risks
Lead Partner: Veneto Region - Department for International Relations (Italy)
Partner 2: Ca' Foscari University of Venice - Department of Economics (Italy)
Partner 3: Municipality of Piran (Slovenia)
Partner 4: Puglia Region - Area of Policies for the Promotion of Territory, Knoledge and Talents (Italy)
Partner 5:   Regional Directorate of National Culture in Tirana (Albania)
Partner 6: Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tirana (Albania)
Partner 7: Juraj Dobrila University of Pula (Croatia)
Partner 8: Municipality of Kotor (Montenegro)
Partner 9: Municipality of Ravenna (Italy)
Partner 10: City of Venice (Italy)
Partner 11: City of Pula Pola (Croatia)
Budget: 2.285.752,00 €

Description: Adrifort project pursues a permanent partnership for the management of natural and historical heritage of coastal areas. The main objective of the project is acting on 4 directions: 1) start up of a renewed “governance and operative planning” of the Cultural Heritage en-powering on the expressed cultural values of the heritage, to the stimulus and the natural vocation of the local and European space, to the inclusion and to the active participation not only of the institutions, but also of the private sector and of the civil society; 2) the operational reuse of the Fortresses, overtaking the vision of a passive preservation and management of the Cultural Heritage (that is to say on the mere preservation of the asset along the time) towards a further model capable to interpret the cultural heritage as endless source of positive dynamic externalities of social economic and environmental order.3) facing the budget constraint for the recovery of the Cultural Heritage, proposing new management models, looking in a systematic and programmatic way to the combination of the local and National resources, and the initiatives in PPP and for the Europeans funds; 4) the overtaking of a local conservation/preservation/promotion of the CH looking to the opportunities of an action of cooperation and trans-national networking also through the utilization of the ICT.

Duration: 10/2012 – 03/2015