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Restoration and Museumization of the National Photo Gallery Marubi
On March 30th 2014, at the premises of the “Milenium”’ Cinema in Shkodër, the public hearing to announce the project design award for “The restoration and museumization of the national photo gallery” was organised.
This activity finalizes the second phase of “Call for Proposals”’ for the project-design on the National Design Competition for the National Photo Gallery which was organised by the Ministry of Culture in cooperation with the Albanian Development Fund and Atelier Albania.
Classe 2On the 28th of July, in Classe (Ravenna) there has been inaugurated and opened to the public with the presence of the Italian Minister of the Culture and Tourism, Dario Franceschini, the first station of the Archaeological Park.
The relevant museum project foresees the restitution of the ancient spirit and context in the new dress of modern usability which aims at fostering the accessibility, the interactivity and the powerful and evocative multimedia experiences in the same site in which the ancient commercial port once rose.
sindacoRestoration of Cultural Centre in Padna
Municipality of Piran has restorated the new cultural centre “Božidar Jakac” in Padna with the total reconstruction of the exteriors and interiors of the building and the complete furniture and multimedial equipment of the premises.
The cost of intervention (around 400.000,00€) has been supported by the IPA Adriatic CBC territorial cooperation Programme in the framework of the HERA project in which Municipality of Piran is partner.
DSC 3852New arrangement design of Tourist Information Centre in Campli
Campli celebrated the rearrengement of the new Tourist Information Center in the Farnese Square, which has been refurnished and equipped by Consorzio Punto Europa teramo within the activities of HERA project and the financial assistance of the IPA Adriatic Cross-Border Cooperation Programme. At the opening ceremony, the attendees were addressed by the Mayor of the Municipality of Campli Mr. Quaresimale and other regional and local administrative stakeholders and it was projected the territorial audiovisive tourism product which will be presented in the three international tourism fairs in London, Madrid and Milan.
Tourist Information CenterNew Tourist Information Centre in Postojna
The Opening Event of the new Tourist Information Center, which was constructed in scope of the project HERA and has been produced with the financial assistance of the IPA Adriatic Cross-Border Cooperation Programme, was held on 4th July 2014 on street Tržaška in Postojna.
At the opening ceremony, the attendees were addressed by the Mayor of the Municipality of Postojna Mr. Jernej Verbič and the President of the Tourist Association of Slovenia, Mr. Peter Misja.

Innovative Roman Rimini Visitor Center project opening

Roman Rimini Visitor Center project opening


Arimini Caput Viarum is the name of the innovative Roman Rimini Visitor Center project.

From the 19th of april 2016, the deconsecrated church of Santa Maria ad Nives (the headquarters of the Provincial Council until 2015) on Corso d’Augusto 235, hosts a multimedia tour-exhibition that will enable the visitor to learn, share and interact with the cultural heritage of Roman Rimini with the aid of While the ancient Ariminum was the primary Caput Viarum during Roman and Malatesta times, the Visitor Center has the ambitious goal of becoming the Caput Viarum of a cultural and tourist experience, a "magnifying glass" on the cultural beauty of the area and a first introduction to the many cultural routes that Roman The Visitor Center is both an information office, an educational and interpretation center with exhibition areas, a bookshop, interactive areas for children, "experience amplifiers" and a multipurpose space for conferences and conventions.

But, above all, it appears as a storytelling place centred on each visitor’s needs, catering to them with innovative communication tools and languages and a layout that rationalizes the spaces enables visitors to interact.Allestimento 2

The core of the exhibition-multimedia journey is Rimini Caput Viarum, whose symbol is the crossroads of the cardo and the decumanus, in central Piazza Tre Martiri - the heart of the ancient and the modern city and the hub of the public and economic life of Rimini. Just as in Roman times the two consular roads were the backbone of the territory’s organization, so today they are the symbolic cornerstone of the interior layout of the Visitor Center: an iconographic representation of an intersection of two perpendicular lines, a symbol of meeting and integration, connecting the cultures and trade that are at the root of the Province’s multi-ethnic component and reflected today in the territory’s hospitality. In addition to the logo of the new Visitor Center, the intersection of the cardo and the decumanus is reproduced symbolically on the floor, with two colored bands crossing the aisle and generating conceptual areas, harmonious volumes, and multi-purpose and multi-thematic exhibition sections that shape the Visitor Center of Rimini Romana.

The route begins at the Arch of Augustus and develops along the decumanus through four "narrative stations": an avatar of Julius Caesar welcomes visitors and, as though taking them by the hand, leads them into the reality of that period. The journey continues by some of Roman Rimini’s main sights. The projections that activate as visitors pass, will plunge them into conceptually different realities: from a reconstruction of the typical Roman domus, thanks to the extraordinary contribution made by the archaeological site of the Surgeon's House and the City Museum, to the city's relationship with its sea, and finally to a reading of how ancient times have inspired the great Renaissance architecture, whose emblem is the Malatesta Temple.

The route is enriched by an area hosting a number of archaeological finds – fragments of inscriptions, a capital, a fragment of a sarcophagus - contributed by the Archaeology Superintendence of Emilia Romagna and exhibited to the public for the The route is enriched by a series of archaeological finds - fragments of inscriptions, a capital, a fragment of a sarcophagus, a stele - exhibited to the public for the first time and contributed by the Municipal Museums with the authorization of the Superintendence of Archaeology of Emilia Romagna.

touchwall2 VCThe last macro-stage of the multimedia tour is formed by a touch wall, a large interactive multi-media wall that perfectly reconstructs Imperial Ariminum with the attractions of the city: the Domus, the main streets, monuments, routes and trails that may be discovered through detailed text, images and games. Visitors can create their own personal wishlist containing their selected routes and send a PDF to their mobile, creating their preferred itinerary directly inside the Visitor Center. Once outside, they will have a customized guide to Roman Rimini.

Combining both play and communication, the Visitor Center has a special station that allows visitors to choose from three main themes with which they can take their own photos and then share them on social networks (#riminiromana). The webcam over the lectern enables tourists to take a photo that is then processed using facial recognition software to superimpose your facial characteristics within the theme/image chosen (Roman gladiator, a Roman couple, a handmaid).

Finally, the integrated multi-purpose room adjacent to the multimedia exhibition: a versatile and multi-functional environment, designed especially for schools and for the educational needs of students, but also as a recreational play area.

The Visitor Center, which cost a total EUR 146,000.00, was created by the Province of Rimini and funded entirely through the European Funds of the IPA Adriatic Programme - Cross Border Cooperation 2007-2013 within the "HERA -TOURISM OF ADRIATIC HERITAGE" project as a pilot initiative for the development of new strategies directed to the enhancement, promotion and sustainability of cultural tourism in the Adriatic.

The Municipality of Rimini - Municipal Museums and Archaeology Superintendence of Emilia Romagna are among the contributors.

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