The aim of NETWORLD is to preserve the architectural heritage of the First World War in nine countries of the Danube region, to use it for cultural tourism and thus to encourage regional development. The World War I sites (remains of emplacements, military buildings, former prisoner of war and refugee camps, memorials, military cemeteries and other buildings and sites related to the World War) will be systematically recorded and made accessible in a database. Based on this, tourism strategies will be developed, tourist routes offered and jointly marketed. Special attention will be paid to the potential of new media in the use of architectural heritage for education and tourism. Demonstration and educational activities will be carried out at selected sites in each partner country.
|01/01/2017 - 30/06/2019
|Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems)
|Mag. Dr. Julia Walleczek-Fritz
Interreg DANUBE TRANSNATIONAL PROGRAMME is a funding programme of the European Union with the aim of supporting transnational cooperation in the Danube Region in order to achieve a development towards stronger regional integration.
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Walleczek-Fritz, J.; Fritz, P.; Pieler, F. (2018). Konflikten auf der Spur. Von der Steinzeit bis zum Ende des Ersten Weltkriegs. Ausstellungsdokumentation. Eigenverlag/MAMUZ Museumszentrum Betriebs GmbH, Mistelbach
Mag. Dr. Julia Walleczek-Fritz