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A virtual museum to raise awareness of eight Adriatic ports

On a multimedia platform the airports of Ancona, Venice, Trieste, Ravenna, Rijeka, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Split present the maritime and territorial culture

A virtual museum to make known the Adriatic ports of Ancona, Venice, Trieste, Ravenna, Rijeka, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Split. Yes deals with the Adrijo-Adriatic ports cultural network platform, to the address www.adrijo.eu, which was realized with the Remember project, funded by the Cross-border cooperation programme Italy-Croatia, for the enhancement of the cultural heritage of port cities. Remember, acronym for "REstoring the MEmory of Adriatic ports Sites. Maritime culture to foster Balanced tERritorial growth", was financed with €2.8 million in order to restore centrality to the port-city relationship, enhancing the social and economic ties that have developed over the centuries between the two shores of the Adriatic, and for orient new economic paths based on culture and diversification of tourism. The project, of which he is the leader the Port System Authority of the Central Adriatic Sea, will close next Thursday in Ancona, at the headquarters of the AdSP in the presence of the project partners, with an event in program at 11.00 am dedicated to "Digital tools for the tourist promotion of the territories. Adrijo-Cultural network of Adriatic ports: connecting maritime travellers, territories, community".

As part of the project, each of the eight ports of call of the network Adrijo has included in the video platform, audio clips, 3D models, drone panoramas, photos, texts, to tell the story maritime and territorial culture. The multimedia platform, in English, Italian and Croatian language, has a common part to the eight ports, which introduces the visitor to the concept of the Adriatic as a place of the common historical and cultural roots of the ports and of the cities that overlook it.

On Thursday the results of the Remember project will be illustrated by Guido Vettorel (AdSP of the Central Adriatic Sea), while Anthony La Salandra, Director of Risposte Turismo, will speak of the tourism trend in the Adriatic area. The table will follow roundabout "Maritime passenger flows as a lever for the promotion of sustainable tourism", coordinated by the journalist Michele Romano (Il Sole 24 Ore), in which they will participate Vincenzo Garofalo, president of the AdSP of the Central Adriatic Sea, a representative of the Marche Region, Doni Stambuk, general manager of the Zadar Port Authority, Mihaela Kadija, director Zadar Region Tourist Board, Francesco Galietti, National Director Italy Clia-Cruise Lines International Association, and Lorenzo Vera, Vice-President MedCruise. The point on the future of cooperation realized with the European italy-croatia program will close the initiative with the interventions of Anna Flavia Zuccon, managing authority director Italy-Croatia Programme, and Annalisa Fazzini, University of Teramo-Approdi Plus Project.






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