About the Project - REMEMBER

PRJ – REMEMBER (local)

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REMEMBER

REstoring the MEmory of Adriatic ports sites.Maritime culture to foster Balanced tErritorial growth

START DATE

01.01.2019

END DATE

30.06.2022

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 2.813.460,00

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

Make natural and cultural heritage a leverage for sustainable and more balanced territorial development

LEAD PARTNER

REMEMBER - Central Adriatic Ports Authority

TARGET GROUPS

  • European citizens
  •  Local, regional and national institutions; 
  •  Local tourism organizations, regional and national tourism agencies, ministries, dealing with tourism and infrastructure
  • Trade associations, accommodation system and service companies, transportation system operators in the tourism sector
  •  Museum management and cultural heritage subjects, creative industries 
  • Education and training organisations, universities and research institutes 

To promote the shift toward sustainable tourism and blue growth in the Programme area through the valorization of the important maritime cultural heritage of 8 Italian and Croatian ports sites (ADRIJO - Adriatic Ports Cultural Network) as a driver for more competitive and balanced development paths.

Discover the ADRIJO digital platform at: https://www.adrijo.eu/en/

VIDEO

Adrijo Logo Presentation

Prsentation clip of Adrijo - Adriatic Ports Cultural Network official logo, displayed during the online conference on 24th November.

ADRIJO TRAILER
REMEMBER PROJECT PRESENTATION - English

F&F – remember

KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

PartnerMap

PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Central Adriatic Ports Authority

MOLO S. MARIA

Ancona - Italy

https://www.porto.ancona.it/it/


Central Adriatic Ports Authority has competence on the ports of Pesaro, Falconara, Ancona, San Benedetto, Pescara and Ortona. The port authority promotes the efficient development of infrastructure and supports actions to introduce innovation and improve freight and pax flows (11 mln tons and 1,2 mln pax per year respectively). Furthermore, the port authority is involved in a sustainable port-city relationship. The main is the port of Ancona, Core node of TEN-T network along the ScanMED corridor


Contact person: Elena Montironi

E-mail: montironi@porto.ancona.it

PROJECT PARTNER

North Adriatic Sea Port Authority

https://www.port.venice.it/en


The North Adriatic Sea Port Authority, ports of Venice and Chioggia (NASPA) is a public body in charge for planning, promoting and monitoring port operations, overseeing the supply of services of general interest, managing the State Maritime Property and planning the development of the port. NASPA activities span from developing the Port Community System, carrying out market analysis backing investments that increase its competitiveness, safety, security and environmental sustainability


Contact person: Federica Bosello

E-mail: federica.bosello@port.venice.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Port of Ravenna

http://www.port.ravenna.it/


The Port of Ravenna is a multi-purpose port ranked first in Italy for the handling of cereals, food and feedstuffs, fertilizers, clay and metallurgical products. Port of Ravenna Authority operates to direct, plan, coordinate, promote and control port operations, provides for the construction of port infrastructure. Actions aiming at strengthening the connection of the port infrastructures to the road/rail networks are particularly relevant, together with the development of ITS systems


Contact person: Alberto Squarzina

E-mail: alberto.squarzina@port.ravenna.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea

https://www.porto.trieste.it/


The Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea is a public body having as its primary task to direct, plan, coordinate, promote and control port operations and commercial and industrial activities in the ports of Trieste and Monfalcone. The Port of Trieste is the top ranking Italian port for total throughout, with more than 62 million tons (2018) as well as for intermodal transport, with almost 10,000 trains (2018) having as main markets Central and Eastern Europe


Contact person: Alberto Cozzi

E-mail: acozzi@porto.trieste.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Intermodal Transport Cluster

http://shortsea.hr/


Intermodal Transport Cluster is a non-profit organization. Cluster today deals with three basic activities. These are: promotion, developmental projects and informatization of intermodal transport service. Our goal is to increase participation of intermodal transport in Croatian transport system as well as to provide information and help with project creation to EU fund users.


Contact person: Marijan Cukrov

E-mail: cukrov@shortsea.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Dubrovnik Port Authority

http://www.portdubrovnik.hr


Description:


Contact person: Kristina Laptalo

E-mail: dpa.kristina@portdubrovnik.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Port of Zadar Authority

http://www.port-authority-zadar.hr


Description:


Contact person: Djoni Stambuk

E-mail: dstambuk@port-authority-zadar.hr

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Public Institution RERA S.D. for coordination and development of Split-Dalmatia County

http://www.rera.hr/


Public institution RERA S.D. for coordination and development (PI RERA S.D.) is a regional development agency established by Split-Dalmatia County in 2011 to boost regional development. The staff of 39 are highly educated persons who have obtained rich expertise by working on numerous EU projects. Being Lead partner on 7 projects and having established cooperation with key development stakeholders from civil, public and private sector, it is fully capable of running large-scale projects.


Contact person: Ivo Benzon

E-mail: ivo.benzon@rera.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

National Musem Zadar

http://nmz.hr


National Museum Zadar was established and founded in 1962 by merging 4 independent museum-gallery institutions which make departments of the Museum nowadays. The basic mission of National Museum Zadar encompasses the systematic collecting, safekeeping, exhibiting, documenting and the professional and scientific processing of mobile and immobile objects of the civilizational, cultural and natural heritage that has come into being in the period since the 13th century down to the present day.


Contact person: Domagoj Dražina

E-mail: domagojdrazina.nmz@gmail.com

PROJECT PARTNER

Polytechnic University of Marche

https://www.univpm.it


Polytechnic University of Marche (UNIVPM) is a public teaching and research university with a technical-scientific vocation. UNIVPM staff working is made up of about 700 professors, 650 administrative/ technical employees. 3 departments are involved in REMEMEBER: DICEA, DII and DIISM. It is endowed with up-to-date scientific and technical laboratories. The unit is skilled in Digital Cultural Heritage devoted to Virtual exploitation of contents in on site installation or desktop/mobile platform


Contact person: Paolo Clini

E-mail: p.clini@univpm.it

NEWS & EVENTS

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WP3 - PRESERVATION OF TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE HERITAGE OF ADRIATIC ITALIAN AND CROATIAN PORTS

The preservation of tangible and intangible cultural heritage of the ports of Ancona, Venice, Ravenna, Trieste, Rijeka, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Split is a fundamental step for the enhancement of their historical and cultural values, and for the creation of new social-economic activities. This WP allowed the realization of methodological tools that provided indications to the partners for the creation of the cloud-based tool that then became the ADRIJO platform, for the collection of cultural contents for the local virtual museum of each single port, for their realization as innovative digital products to be uploaded in the ADRIJO platform. Moreover, in this WP the partners drafted analysis and technical studies for the preservation of their tangible heritage that will be realized in the WP4 of REMEMBER project. The responsible of this WP is North Adriatic Sea Port Authority (Italy)

Del 3.1.1 - Common concept of cloud-based tool for Virtual Museums

PUBLISHED ON 23/08/2022
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Del 3.1.2 - Common methodology for collection of information on intangible cultural heritage

PUBLISHED ON 23/08/2022
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Del 3.1.3 Technical specification tender of VM

PUBLISHED ON 23/08/2022
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Del 3.1.4 Guidelines for story-telling for VM contents

PUBLISHED ON 23/08/2022
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Del 3.1.5 Report on tangible and intangible heritage of the involved ports

PUBLISHED ON 19/09/2022 New
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Del 3.2.1 Analysis on the environmental sustainability and impact of port activities in the historical areas of the port of Ancona

PUBLISHED ON 23/08/2022
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Del 3.2.3 Technical design for touristic panels on the maritime history of Dubrovnik port

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Del 3.2.4 Technical Design for the outfitting of a room in Zadar Port Authority building

PUBLISHED ON 23/08/2022
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WP 4 - KNOWLEDGE AND USABILITY OF CROSS BORDER CULTURAL HERITAGE OF ADRIATIC ITALIAN AND CROATIAN PORTS

The joint promotion of the maritime cultural heritage of the 8 Italian and Croatian ports involved in REMEMBER is realized with the virtual platform Adrijo (www.adrijo.eu/en), a term that combines the Italian name of Adriatico and the Croatian one Jadransko, created in the framework of REMEMBER project with the aim to present the uniqueness of the Adriatic dimension as a single geographical ecosystem, which shares history, stories, expressions and experiences. Further objectives of Adrijo platform is to increase of the attractiveness of the involved ports and of the surrounding territories by spreading the knowledge and stories of the ports in the touristic offer, and support the creation of a new awareness about the role that ports play in the social, cultural and economic development of their respective communities.

The promotion of the tangible heritage of the involved ports is achieved also through the setting up of permanent exhibition, new technologies devices or cultural and touristic itineraries in the ports of Ancona, Venice, Trieste, Dubrovnik and Zadar, as integral part of the Virtual Museums and linked with the Adrijo Platform. The responsible of this WP is Polytechnic University of Marche (Italy)
 

Del 4.1.1 - Story telling of the virtual museum

PUBLISHED ON 24/08/2022
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Del 4.1.2 Graphic, multimedia, digital materials

PUBLISHED ON 25/08/2022
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Del 4.1.3 - Virtual Museums

PUBLISHED ON 24/08/2022
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Del 4.2.1 way finding system in the Ancona Port areas

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Del 4.2.2 Outfitting of a dedicated room in Venice port areas

PUBLISHED ON 25/08/2022
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Del 4.2.3 Outfitting of a permanent exhibition in Trieste port headquarter

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Del 4.2.4 Cultural itinerary in the Dubrovnik port areas

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Del 4.2.5 Outfitting of a room inside the Zadar Port Authority

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Technical studies 

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WP 5 - ADRIATIC PORTS CULTURAL NETWORK

The ADRIJO network set up in the framework of REMEMBER project is composed by all project partners and by the port of Split that signed on 31 May 2019 a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at the promotion of the Adriatic ports as single cultural and touristic destination. The promotion of the uniqueness of Adriatic and of its traditions, stories and social and economic links between the two shores is realized through the dissemination of the ADRIJO platform and of the 8 local virtual museums at the most important touristic, cultural and cruise fairs in Europe and through local events organized by the partners. The responsible of this WP is PP4 - Intermodal Transport Cluster (Croatia)

Del 5.1.1. Memorandum of Understanding signed by all partners

PUBLISHED ON 25/08/2022
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Del 5.1.2 Methodology for the Cultural Touristic Management strategy

PUBLISHED ON 25/08/2022
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Del 5.1.3 Cultural touristic management strategies of the partners

PUBLISHED ON 19/09/2022 New
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Del 5.1.4 REMEMBER Cross Border Cultural Touristic Management strategy

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Del 5.1.5 Workshops with local stakeholders

PUBLISHED ON 29/08/2022
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Del 5.2.1 Participation to cultural and tourism exhibitions

PUBLISHED ON 29/08/2022
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Del 5.2.2 Promotional materials

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COMMUNICATION TOOLS AND OUTPUTS

The communication activities of REMEMBER project focussed in particular on the promotion of the ADRIJO network and digital platform, as key innovative and durable outputs that allows the valorization of the cultural maritime heritage of the 8 Italian and Croatian ports also after the end of REMEMBER project

Del 2.2.1 TOOLS FOR COORDINATED REMEMBER PROJECT IMAGE

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Del 2.2.1 Adrijo Network coordinated image

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Del 2.2.2 Publication in thematic journals and conferences

PUBLISHED ON 31/08/2022 New
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Del 2.2.3 REMEMBER Campaign on Media

PUBLISHED ON 29/08/2022
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D 2.2.4 Project leaflet in English

PUBLISHED ON 29/08/2022
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D 2.2.4 Project leaflet in Croatian

PUBLISHED ON 29/08/2022
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D 2.2.4 Project leaflet in Italian

PUBLISHED ON 29/08/2022
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Del 2.2.5 Project Gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/09/2022 New
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Del 2.3.3 PPs institutional websites REMEMBER publicity

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Del 2.4.1 High level conferences

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Del 2.4.2 Local events

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Del 2.4.3 Participation to IT-HR/European Institution public events

PUBLISHED ON 19/09/2022 New
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