Living Lab in the frame of the European project iHERITAGE: Mediterranean Platform for Cultural Heritage of UNESCO with the co-financing of the European Union through the ENI CBC MED Programme.
The course The interpretation of World Heritage in Andalusia in the 21st century. Advanced technological solutions in the world today is organised by the Andalusian Public Foundation El legado andalusí (Andalusian Regional Ministry of the Presidency, Public Administration and Interior of the Andalusian Regional Government) with the co-funding of the European Union through the ENI CBC MED Programme (iHERITAGE project: UNESCO’s Mediterranean Platform for Cultural Heritage).
The course, designed by the Descubre Foundation, is coordinated by the Andalusian Public Foundation El legado andalusí, the Descubre Foundation with the collaboration of the Scientific Culture Unit of the University of Granada.
The iHERITAGE project, of which the Public Foundation El legado andalusí is a partner, aims to introduce advanced technological solutions in the monuments declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in the Mediterranean area, for their reinterpretation in the world today and their dissemination in the 21st century.
In addition, it aims to improve transnational cooperation in accessing UNESCO’s Mediterranean cultural heritage and to disseminate it more widely through emerging tools and technologies.
It is aimed at a varied audience, which can include the educational community (undergraduate and postgraduate students, teachers, secondary school students, etc.), art history professionals, tour guides, personnel from the fields of economics and business and, in short, any person interested in new technologies, tourism, art or mathematics.