Topic: INCULTUM News

INCULTUM as part of a master course in tourism at Fondazione Campus Lucca

The master degree Progettazione e Gestione dei Sistemi Turistici Mediterranei is offered at the Fondazione Campus Lucca, a foundation participated by the Universities of Pisa, Pavia and Italian Switzerland, focused on planning and management of mediterranian tourism systems. The master … Continue reading


Presenting INCULTUM in workshop “Smart Governance in local municipalities”

Original text by Kamila Borseková, UMB. The international workshop on Smart Governance in local municipalities – Innovative approaches to city and municipality management was organized as a hybrid event on 23.11.2021 at the Faculty of Economics of Matej Bel University, … Continue reading


Interactive map accessible on the Morvan Regional Natural Park website

original text and images by BIBRACTE. As a preliminary action for the promotion of the area of Morvan, a methodology was developed and a pilot case in the village of Glux-en-Glenne was conducted to carry out the field work.  This … Continue reading


Presenting INCULTUM in Environmental Volunteering Meeting

images courtesy of Elena Correa Jiménez. A conference entitled “Encuentro de Voluntariado Ambiental” was organized on 18-19 December in the Sierra de Huétor Natural Park, where the multiple possibilities and scenarios that this natural space offers for volunteering were highlighted … Continue reading


A small apennine town in Marche region awarded as best tourism village in Italy

The Best Tourism Villages by UNWTO United Nations World Tourism Organization initiative was launched to advance the role of tourism in safeguarding rural villages, along with their landscapes, natural and cultural diversity, and their local values and activities, including local gastronomy. … Continue reading


Fieldwork for INCULTUM Pilot 1 on Altiplano de Granada

One of the Pilots of project INCULTUM is set in the stunning landscape of the Altiplano de Granada. It is a flat semi-arid area with poor soils and an extreme climate due to its altitude, continental influence and the presence … Continue reading


INCULTUM presented at Europeana 2021

The Europeana conference is the annual flagship event in the sector of digital cultural heritage. The Europeana 2021: Recover, Rebuild, Grow took place online in November, with 70% of the programme – over 30 sessions – co-created with cultural heritage … Continue reading


Participatory inventory of the territory’s heritage of Morvan

original text BIBRACTE, images by Antoine Maillier courtesy of BIBRACTE. One of the proposed actions of Bibracte-Morvan: ancient paths into the future in the INCULTUM project aims at mapping the Grand Site de France Bibracte – Mont Beuvray rural tracks … Continue reading


Discovering the historical landscape of the Upper Vjosa valley

text and images by Egla Serjani, CeRPHAAL A particular feature of the historical landscape of the Upper Vjosa valley are the military building remains, resulting from the militarization program of WWII, when the area was a battle front line during … Continue reading


Historic Graves pilot from INCULTUM: new video presentation

INCULTUM partner Eachtra is engaged in The Historic Graves project, that is a community focused, grassroots heritage project where local community groups are trained in low-cost, high-tech field surveys of historic graveyards; also recording their own oral histories. In September … Continue reading