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Two Heritage Times volunteers were invited by Europa Nostra to report on the Innovation and Cultural Heritage high-level conference in Brussels in March 2018. Here's Arzu Tutuk Altınay's take away:

http://heritagetimes.eu/innovation-and-cultural-heritage-conference-2018/
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#creativeeurope #europeforculture #heritagetimes #europanostra #horizon2020

Innovation & Cultural Heritage Conference: 2018 is the year of cultural heritage in Europe!
+Walks In Europe invited with +anna karla almeida to report for +Heritage Times on 20th of March from Brussels.

Here's what is covered:
High-level #Horizon2020 conference of The European Year of Cultural Heritage is a grand showcase of the dialogue between contemporary European society and the most promising innovations in the field of cultural heritage that European policies and funds have supported.
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http://heritagetimes.eu/literary-walking-route-in-classic-weimar/

"I had one day to myself that with an inspiration, wished to come up with a literary walking route in Classic Weimar. Could this be an added value of heritage to Weimar’s appeal? The cultural richness of the city amazed me with every step I took between monuments.

As Goethe, himself wrote:

“Where else can you find so many good things in one spot?”
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Rieth, Erfurt and the heritage of Plattenbauten

"We believe that the heritage in Rieth should be conveyed to the local communities, including people interested in heritage from abroad.
Even though there has been a fair amount of destruction in Rieth, its central and unique Marketplace with the clock tower is still worth a visit.
Decades ago Rieth was on a postcard. Why not put it up there again?"
#heritagetimes #europanostra #europeanheritagevolunteers
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The Bernina Railway is an international line connecting St. Moritz, in the Swiss canton of Grisons, with the Lombard town of Tirano, Italy. Completely opened in 1910, it’s one of the most famous railways in the world due to the spectacular landscapes along its route and for its advanced level of engineering, especially in the time when it was built. Together with the Albula Railway, it’s part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina Landscapes” since 2008.
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Europa Nostra Awards 2017: Il Cartastorie, storytelling in the archives

"ilCartastorie is the museum of the Historical Archive of the Banco di Napoli. It is an innovative project of enhancement and knowledge of the biggest bank archive in the world: it collects the documents of the public banks of Naples since 1573 until today. It represents a unique historical source for retracing the social and economic development in Naples and all of southern Italy in the modern and contemporary age."

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Do you have Time for Heritage? Join us now

Heritage Times is a website where stories related to European cultural heritage are regularly posted and shared by a team of volunteers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Europa Nostra and European Heritage Volunteers makes a selection once per year and invite candidates to participate to a week long seminar in Weimar in Germany and other locations across Europe. A new call for candidates will be published on this page by the end of the year.

Heritage Times is the name of Social Media Volunteers for Heritage, a joint initiative of Europa Nostra and European Heritage Volunteers.

The programme is part of Europa Nostra’s Network project Sharing Heritage – Sharing Values which is supported under the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
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10 new volunteers join Social Media Volunteers for Heritage programme.

The second seminar of the Social Media Volunteers for Heritage programme was held from 10-15 September 2017 in Ossmannstedt near Weimar, Germany. Ten new volunteers based in 10 countries across Europe – Bulgaria, Estonia, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom – joined the programme run by Europa Nostra and the European Heritage Volunteers . The seminar was composed of special visits to Weimar and Erfurt, presentations on the European Year of Cultural Heritage, how to write heritage stories for the Heritage Times website, how to blog and use social media, and group discussions on cultural heritage.

The new participants have a variety of backgrounds including archeology, architecture, industrial heritage, museums, heritage tours and heritage organisations.
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One of our own Beppe visited Tallinn and was absolutely fascinated by the city: "The old town is obviously the big attraction there but the problem with being too picture perfect and flooded by tourist is that it loses the fascinating aspect. For me the most interesting experience was seeing the surrounding areas to discover a city that has more to offer than the old town."
Here are 9 things you should definitely do if you visit the city anytime soon.
http://ow.ly/KSNv30g2Oav
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What if Google Maps Street View was invented in XIX century? Explore #Geneva #Switzerland thanks to this beautiful 3D project by the association GE-Story.
Ville de Genève - Officiel Geneva Tourism | Switzerland Schweizer Heimatschutz
http://ow.ly/z45530g2O9y
GENEVE 1850 3D
GENEVE 1850 3D
making-of.geneve1850.ch
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