The 2021 Special Prizes shortlist is out!


The ILUCIDARE Consortium including Europa Nostra, and the European Commission are delighted to present the shortlisted projects for the 2021 edition of the ILUCIDARE Special Prizes, awarded within the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards!
Being co-funded by the Creative Europe and the Horizon 2020 programmes, the ILUCIDARE Special Prizes are a concrete example of how synergies can be built among EU programmes to enhance their impact.
The European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards are run by Europa Nostra in partnership with the European Commission since 2002 and are widely recognised as Europe’s top honour in the field of cultural heritage.

The 9 shortlisted projects for the ILUCIDARE Special Prizes 2021 are:

  • Heritage-led innovation
    • 3D reconstruction of the Maison du Peuple – Horta Museum, Brussels, Belgium
    • Basilica of Santa Croce, Lecce, Italy
    • HAP4MARBLE – Marble Conservation by Hydroxyapatite, Italy
    • AP Valletta, Malta
  • Heritage-led international relations
    • Northern Lebanon Project, Italy / Lebanon
    • Friends of Bryggen and the Bryggen Foundation, Bergen, Norway
    • Preservation of the Wine Cellars of Negotinska Krajina, Serbia
    • Leather Painting Restoration in the Hall of the Kings of the Alhambra, Spain

EU-LAC Museums − Museums, Community & Sustainability in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, United Kingdom
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