A Historical Journey across Europe

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Aveiro, Portugal


The Napoleonic Routes- NAPOCTEP project enhances the cultural heritage of the Napoleonic era through the creation of routes in the area that cover the Central Region of Portugal (Beira and Serra da Estela) and the western Spanish provinces of Salamanca, Zamora, Valladolid, León and Avila, creating an innovative and attractive tourist product which generates economic activity and employment. To reach this goal they create maps, apps and leaflets for cross-border roads or organise cross-border cultural events like Historical re-enactments and exhibitions.

Total budget: 710 228 EUR
EU contribution: 448 584 EUR


Essé, France

Interactive visit of the dolmen of La Roche-aux-Fées

The application developed as part of the project allows virtual visitors of the dolmen (megalithic tombs) La Roche-aux-Fées to discover more about the history and construction of the 5000 year old tombs.

Total budget: 29 000 EUR
EU contribution: 14 500 EUR


Gdansk, Poland

South Baltic Manors

Manors are prominent testimonies of the changeful history of the South Baltic area and genuine “cross-border monuments” of the manifold cultural & political interrelations within the region, they are sceneries for attractive and unusual tourism & culture offers. SOUTH BALTIC MANORS seeks to use this potential for tourism development in the rural parts of the South Baltic area.

Total budget: 2 697 116 EUR
EU contribution: 2 222 751 EUR


Siena, Italy

Santa Maria della Scala

With EU support one of the first hospitals in Europe is being redeveloped into a museum. New exhibition spaces are being created where visitors can explore Santa Maria della Scala’s astonishing architectural, artistic, social, political and economic history going back almost a thousand years.

Total budget: 4 771 214 EUR
EU contribution: 1 669 924 EUR


Athens, Greece

Museum of Modern Greek Culture

A complex of buildings from the 19th and early 20th century, built around the remains of classical Greek and Roman architecture, has been restored to provide exhibition space for the Museum of Modern Greek Culture in Athens. The Museum benefits the urban space and enhances the cultural sector of the entire Attica region.

Total Budget: 12 423 100 EUR
EU contribution: 9 938 480 EUR


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