Program ENI CBC MED
Project co-financed by the European Union under the European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI)
Implementation period: June 2020 – January 2023
El legado andalusí foundationis partner to the I-Heritageproject (ENI CBC MED Program, European Neighborhood Policy), aimed to improve transnational cooperation for the access to UNESCO’s Mediterranean cultural heritage and attaching wider dissemination through emerging technologies.
This project aims to introduce advanced technological solutions in the monuments declared World Heritage by UNESCO, selected in the Mediterranean area for their reinterpretation in today’s world and their dissemination in the 21st century. Thus, different exhibitions will be organized and virtual archaeological reconstructions of monuments and sites recognized as world heritage accomplished, both from Andalusia and from the rest of the partner countries.
Furthermore, this project will produce a comprehensive database collecting the intangible cultural heritage of these Mediterranean countries already inscribed in the UNESCO registers and also in the national registers instituted in accordance with the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the World Cultural Heritage.
- Tourism Department-Region of Sicily (Italy).
- El legado andalusí Andalusian Public Foundation (Spain)
- CCBM (Network of Castles and Medieval Towns, Italy)
- CEEBA (Confederation of Egyptian-European Business Associations, Egypt)
- ASCAME (Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Spain).
- CULTECH (Jordan Society for Scientific Research, Entrepreneurship and Creativity, Jordan )
- General Department of Antiquities of Jordan
- LAU (Lebanese American University, Beirut. Liban)
- University of Algarve (Portugal)
- UNIPA (Palermo University-Department of Architecture, Italy).
Countries:Spain, Lebanon, Portugal, Egypt, Italy and Jordan.