Eurocities, in partnership with KEA, ERRIN, Europa Nostra and the Architects Council of Europe, has been selected by the European Commission to implement Cultural heritage in action, a peer-learning scheme financed by the European Union on cultural heritage to support exchanges between large numbers of cities, regions and stakeholders, thus building a broad learning community.

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How to assess the quality of a place?

How to assess the quality of a place?

‘High quality design and well-considered interventions can sustain the life and authenticity of cultural assets and prevent the adverse loss of their cultural significance’. This is one of the conclusions brought up by the Open Method of Coordination group of Member States’ experts focusing on high-quality architecture and built environment for everyone.

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A new dance to old music

A new dance to old music

OPEK is an old customs building in Leuven where different art disciplines meet in dance, theatre, visual arts, music, literature and photography. This heritage building has been repurposed to host around eight cultural organisations that offer performances and participation in the arts.

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Topotheque. Community-driven online archive anchored in regions.

Thanks to Topotheque, our grandparents’ boxes full of memories will no longer accumulate dust but have the life they deserve.

Restore, don’t replace!

Traditional closed timber balconies are part of Malta’s cultural identity. However, climate change and lack of maintenance threaten these fragile heritage features.

Commonlands. Cultural community mapping in alpine areas.

Since 2015, the Commonlands project aims to activate and empower local mountain communities in Val Grande National Park to take responsibility for the preservation and valorisation of their shared cultural and natural heritage.

Three Cities Dock1 Regeneration Project.

Dock 1 was an abandoned dockyard area on the shores of Vittoriosa, Cospicua and Senglea, known as ‘The Three Cities’. The Dock1 Regeneration Project aimed at an urban, social, environmental and landscape regeneration of the area.

Adopt a Monument in Tampere!

Adopt a Monument is a grassroots project that consists of maintenance and preservation of archaeological sites and historical buildings by groups of volunteers (adopters).