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Evaluation Conference Sustainable Valorisation of Fortified Heritage - European best practice
The FORTE CULTURA / EFFORTS joint scientific group prepared an evaluation conference to the SUSTAINABLE VALORISATION OF FORTIFIED HERITAGE, hosted by the Juraj Dobrila University of Pula.
The online conference should support the cultural heritage of fortified monuments by sharing and discussing of best practices throughout Europe in different topics. THE PURPOSE is, therefore, to develop international and multidisciplinary scientific and research network and exchange information and experiences related to EUROPEAN BEST PRACTICE in fortified heritage management.
Registration (open until 5th May 2021)
|Location||Pula - Fortress System|
Venue Information - Pula - Fortress System
Pula was once the main port of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. For more than a century, 26 huge fortresses or fortifications, 8 gun batteries, 60 other batteries, jumps, underground tunnels and many other interesting structures should protect the harbor and city. The outer fortress-fortress ring of Pula covers over 40,000 hectares. These fortifications are allegedly connected by an underground tunnel system, including the island fortresses Fort Marie Luise on Muzil and fortress monuments on the island of Brijuni.