Labelled DTP project
European Year of Cultural
DANUrB - a regional network building through tourism and education to strengthen the “Danube” cultural identity and solidarity. Cultural network aims to strengthen the Danube regional cultural identity and to create a common brand by fostering transnational cultural ties between the settlements along the Danube, and by exploring the unused or hidden cultural and social capital resources for a better economic and cultural return.
The main goal of the project is to create a comprehensive spatio-cultural network, a “Danube Сultural Promenade” connecting all communities along the river, unifying these into one tourism destination brand, offering thematic routes and developing possibilities that can increase the number of visitors and can prolong their stay in the region. Project partners – relevant universities, research and development centres, regional municipalities, cultural NGOs, tourism boards and professional market based agencies - will create a network and common platform to work along a sustainable cultural and tourism strategy, proving that a common Danube urban brand can bring social and economic benefits at once. Very important in this process is that international knowledge and practice will be implemented in local conditions. The closest cooperation with communities and regional stakeholders from each 7 Danube countries, creation of common strategy based on individual approach and site specific, can guaranty durability of the project results expressed in sustainable maintenance of Danube Cultural Promenade by local neighbours with economic independency on basis of boosted development of tourism and cultural industry.
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- Start date
- End date
- Budget in Euro
- Overall: 2703844
- ERDF Contribution: 2176798,14
- IPA Contribution: 121469,25
- ENI Contribution: 0
- Call number
- Call 1
- Environment and culture responsible Danube region
- Specific objective
- Foster sustainable use of natural and cultural heritage and resources
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|Golubac WS - 7 - Research Report Student Workshop Golubac Oct 2017||29-01-2018 08:40:49|
|Research Report - Arh BGD - June 2017||18-02-2018 13:42:43|
|Booklet_Methodology of Heritage Selection for its Valorization||27-07-2017 12:18:38|
|Report_On-site research camp_Krems||10-04-2017 16:04:37|
|Methods of Spatial research and Planning||10-04-2017 16:22:51|
|Folder_Methods of Spatial research and Planning||10-04-2017 16:24:16|
|Budapest University of Technology and Economics||Lead firstname.lastname@example.org||Hungary|
|Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava||ERDF email@example.com||Slovakia|
|Vienna University of Technology||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Austria|
|OIKODROM - the Vienna Institute for Urban Sustainability||ERDF email@example.com||Austria|
|Center for Heritage Interpretation||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Bulgaria|
INVITATION FOR PARTICIPATION The International Day of the Danube is celebrated on 29th June, accordingly several cities and several countries join this event with various cultural and sport programs. In Hungary we joined the international...
Dear professors and students, We organise an international building camp in Esztergom (Hungary), in the frame of DANUrB program - with the Budapest University of Technology and Economics / Urban Planning and Design Department (BME), the...
From May 22 to 26 the artist collective Irene Lucas and Christoph Euler implemented the Expanded Garden microlab at Gymnasium in Štúrovo, Slovakia. After a short introduction of the DANUrB project and local partners involved in a...
On May 23, 2018 two main partners of the Interreg DTP´s project DANUrB - Faculty of Architecture STU (FA STU) in Bratislava and Department of Urban Planning of BME in Budapest - organized the exhibition of student architectural works which dealt...
On May 6-9 the DANUrB project held its sixth partners meeting and workshop in Novi Sad, Serbia. The event was organized by the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad and brought together more than 40 researchers and 60 students...