SWEDISH INSTITUTE BALTIC SEA COOPERATION. BALTIC SEA REGION SEED FUNDING
"Baltic Gates - Creating Joint Gates to the Common Baltic Maritime Heritage"
Project description:
The focus of the project is on artefacts, and particularly on the presentations of artefacts. The goal is to create so-called joint gates to the region’s common maritime heritage and in this way, increase the awareness of this common cultural identity.
The project covers four countries in the region and is a pilot study that will prepare for a full-scale Baltic Sea region project. The aim is to do a survey of the state of the art in the area, a survey of other projects and networks, and a survey on the awareness and utilization of opportunities. Furthermore, the project will establish formats for collecting information from the participating sites. It will also produce a draft for the forthcoming project application.
Project partners:
Landsorts Sjö- och MiljöCentrum (Sweden), University of Södertörn (Sweden), Nynäshamn municipality (Sweden), Västerviks museum (Västervik municipality, Sweden), NGO Sjöfararkusten (Sweden), NGO Halulaev (Estonia), NGO Hiiumaa Leader LAG (Estonia), Lithuanian Sea museum (Lithuania), NIDA Culture and tourism center (Lithuania), Marshal's Office of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship Regional Office in Elbląg (Poland);
More information about project si.se
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INTERREG SOUTH BALTIC PROJECTS
"CATCH - Coastal Angling Tourism - a development chance for the Sounth Baltic Region (CATCH)". Information about project CATCH
Short nformation about project - Catch informaton 2.pdf
More information about project and news: http://catch-southbaltic.eu/
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