Fostering a common bond in the Danube Region via heritage shared by all Danube countries is the main aim of the Danube Transnational Programme project “Living Danube Limes”. The Roman Danube Limes heritage and the Danube itself connect Central Europe with South-Eastern Europe and Living Danube Limes will further enhance that connection by highlighting the common heritage and the potential it holds for future development.
Living Danube Limes will
- foster a common Roman brand for the Danube countries,
- pave the ground for a Cultural Route spanning the whole Danube Region,
- develop strategies for preservation and management of cultural and natural heritage and
- foster green and sustainable tourism development.
For reaching this goal, Living Danube Limes follows a holistic approach to these issues, including
- archaeology and history,
- museums as dissemination hubs for both academia and the broad public,
- protection measures for cultural heritage and sustainable tourism solutions.
- Academia and broad public are directly linked via the reconstruction of the 4th century CE Danube patrol vessel, a lusoria, which is also the physical link between the identified pilot sites and the partner countries themselves.
All these aspects of Living Danube Limes are equally important, interlinked and directly dependent on each other.
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- Start date
- End date
- Budget in Euro
- Overall: 3151121.2
- ERDF Contribution: 2485485.95
- IPA Contribution: 130942.07
- ENI Contribution: 62024.92
- Call number
- Call 3
- Environment and culture responsible Danube region
- Specific objective
- Foster sustainable use of natural and cultural heritage and resources
|Filename||Date of upload|
|Living Danube Limes-Leaflet-English version.pdf||02-12-2021 08:46:49|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-English version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:20:41|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-Bulgarian version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:21:32|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-Croatian version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:22:13|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-Czech version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:23:11|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-German version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:23:35|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-Hungarian version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:24:28|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-Romanian version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:25:02|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-Serbian version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:25:32|
|Living Danube Limes-Poster-Slovak version.pdf||10-11-2021 14:26:30|
|D.T2.1.1_Museum Cluster Guidelines.pdf||11-10-2021 14:59:12|
|D.T1.2.1 Historical Roman Storytelling.pdf||31-08-2021 14:32:18|
|D.I1.1.1 Technical Features-Roman Danube Ships.pdf||31-08-2021 14:27:10|
|University for Continuing Education Krems, Danube University Krems||Lead firstname.lastname@example.org||Austria|
|Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg||ERDF email@example.com||Germany|
|Paris-Lodron-University of Salzburg||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Austria|
|University of Architecture and Urbanism “Ion Mincu” Bucharest||ERDF email@example.com||Romania|
|National Tourism Cluster "Bulgarian Guide"||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Bulgaria|
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