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CULTURAL PROJECTS IN BLACK SEA AREA FUNDED BY THE EU “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”

AS A VEHICLE OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Flora Karagianni,

Scientific Coordinator

European Centre of Byzantine and post - Byzantine Monuments (GR)


Georgia gonio remains of public bath
GEORGIA. Gonio. Remains of public bath “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”

CRIMAIA. Sevastopol (Chersonesos Tavrica)

BULGARIA. Varna. Public baths


Istanbul city walls
Istanbul. City Walls “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”


Bulgaria nessebar
BULGARIA. Nessebar “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”


Crimaia
CRIMAIA “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”

Cembalo - Balaklava

Feodosiya


Georgia gonio
GEORGIA. Gonio “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”


TURKEY. Istanbul. “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME” Hagia Sophia (6th cent.)


Turkey. Istanbul “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”


CRIMAIA. Sevastopol “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”

ROMANIA. Dobroudja

TURKEY. Istanbul.

GREECE. Thessaloniki


Early christian reliquaries
EARLY CHRISTIAN RELIQUARIES “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”

CRIMAIA. Sevastopol (Chersonesos Tavrica)

BULGARIA. Varna.

GREECE. Thessaloniki


Luxury objects gold cloisonn enamel

LUXURY OBJECTS “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME” (Gold, Cloisonné enamel)

Enkolpion Reliquary of St. Demetrius

Provenance: Thessaloniki

12th-13th cent.

Cloisonné- Enamel plaque

Provenance: Georgia

10th cent.

Enkolpion

Provenance: Constantinople

Late 10th-early 11th cent.


“BLACK SEA CROSS BORDER COOPERATION PROGRAMME „ “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”

PROJECTS

1. “OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea.

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East„ (1st Call)

2.“LIMEN. Cultural Ports from Aegean to the Black Sea„

(2nd Call)


Programme black sea cross border cooperation programme 1 st call
PROGRAMME “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME” Black Sea Cross Border Cooperation Programme1st call

PROJECT:

“Olkas. From Aegean to the Black Sea. Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East”

Period of Implementation: 2012-2013 (24 months)

Total Budget: 694.800€


THE NETWORK “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”

ENPI Applicant:

European Centre of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Monuments (GR)

Partner 1/IPA

Istanbul University, Faculty of Letters, Department of Conservation of Marine Archaeology Objects (TU)

ENPI Partner no 2:

Culture Center of Thessaloniki/ Centre for the Study and Development of the

Greek Culture of the Black Sea (Prefecture of Thessaloniki)(GR)

IPA Partner no 3:

Cultural Awareness Foundation (TU)

ENPI Partner no 4:

Varna Regional Museum of History (BU)

ENPI Partner no 5:

Museum for National History and Archaeology from Constanta (RO)

ENPI Partner no 6:

Branch of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture (UK)

ENPI Partner no 7:

G. Chubinashvili National Research Centre for Georgian Art History and Heritage Preservation (GE)

“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea.

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East

Ε.Κ.Β.Μ.Μ.


THE NETWORK “BLACK SEA BASIN PROGRAMME”

Associate 1

Russian National Committee for the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (RU)

Associate 2

Committee for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (UK)

Associate 3

Institute of Archaeology “V. Parvan” of the Romanian Academy (RO)

Associate 4

Administration of the State Historical – Architectural Reserve “Icherisheher” under the cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan (AZ)

“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea.

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East


Creation and establishment of a viable network of bodies (institutions, museums, universities) that will record and project the medieval ports and other important monuments of the area that are related with them, as modern cultural route between Aegean – Black Sea - Caspian Sea aiming at the increase of economic effect of cultural tourism in the region.


The name
THE NAME (institutions, museums, universities) that will record and project the medieval ports and other important monuments of the area that are related with them, as modern cultural route between

The project draws its acronym from the homonym commercial Byzantine ship “Olkas”.


Turkey istanbul yenikapi excavations theodosius harbor shipwreck with its cargo 10 th cent a d
Turkey. Istanbul. Yenikapi Excavations (Theodosius Harbor) . Shipwreck with its cargo (10th cent.A.D.)


Olkas project structure responsibilities deliverables
OLKAS Shipwreck with its cargo (10 PROJECT STRUCTURE/RESPONSIBILITIES/DELIVERABLES

GROUPS OF ACTIVITIES (GAs)

“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea.

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East


GREECE: Shipwreck with its cargo (10 Thessaloniki , Anactoropolis, Chrysoupolis, Cavala, Thasos,Maroneia Avdera, Anastasioupolis TURKEY: IstanbulBULGARIA: Cape Kaliakra , Kavarna ,Balchik, Kranevo, Varna, Byala, Obzor, Nesebar, Pomorie, Burgas, Sozopol, AhtopolROMANIA: Constanta, Histria, Mangalia UKRAINE- CRIMAIA: Belgorod-Dnestrovsky, Odessa, Sevastopol (Chersonesos), Feodosiya, KerchGEORGIA: Batumi, Tsikhisdziri-Petra, Gonio

“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea.

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East


“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea. Shipwreck with its cargo (10

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East


“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea. Shipwreck with its cargo (10

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East


“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea. Shipwreck with its cargo (10

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East


OUTPUTS Shipwreck with its cargo (10

  • Documentation of 32 “old ports”

  • Documentary production (30 min.)

  • “Old ports” history (Three exhibitions)

  • Educational programs - Theatre game (in 2 museums)

  • Web attractive site: «Maritime routes»

  • Two seminars

  • One symposium

  • One edition

  • Three contacts with tourist agencies

“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea.

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East


TARGET GROUPS Shipwreck with its cargo (10

  • Local communities /small and medium enterprises (hotels, restaurants, transportation agencies, souvenir shops)

  • The national agencies-institutions activated in the field of tourism and culture

  • The international academic community

  • Historical archives, libraries, museums and database management


EXPECTED IMPACTS Shipwreck with its cargo (10

  • Contribution to the “Blue Growth” of the region by promoting coastal tourism and activating sea shipping as a vehicle in the service of tourists

    - Co-ordination and upgrade of institutions’ administrative skills in regional - local level;

  • Production of specialised tourist - cultural products of high standards, which will internationally distributed

  • Activation of direct communication among the city- ports by establishing maritime routes organized either by state or by private companies.


“OLKAS: From the Aegean to the Black Sea. Shipwreck with its cargo (10

Medieval Ports in the Maritime Routes of the East

Project funded by

the EUROPEAN UNION

EUROPEAN CENTRE OF BYZANTINE AND POST-BYZANTINE MONUMENTS


Programme black sea cross border cooperation programme 2 nd call
PROGRAMME Shipwreck with its cargo (10Black Sea Cross Border Cooperation Programme2nd Call

PROJECT:

“Limen. Cultural Ports from Aegean to the Black Sea”

Duration: 24 months

Total Budget: 1.198.871,87€


  • Applicant Shipwreck with its cargo (10: European Center of Byzantine and Postbyzantine Monuments

  • IPA Financial Beneficiary: Istanbul University

  • PARTNERS

  • Municipality of Kavala Country (GR)

  • Museum for National History and Archaeology from Constanta (RO)

  • Odessa City Council, Department of Culture and Tourism Country. Ukraine, Odessa region (UK)

  • G. Chubinashvili National Research Centre for Georgian Art History and Heritage Preservation (GE)

  • Municipality of Varna Country: Bulgaria, Varna region (BU)

  • Koc University of Istabul Country: Turkey (TU)


Associates
ASSOCIATES Shipwreck with its cargo (10

  • Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC)

  • Business Council of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation

  • International Black Sea Club

  • International Black and Azov Seas Ports Association (BASPA)



MAIN OBJECTIVE economic social development based on combined resources

  • To contribute to the local development through cultural tourism in the wider Black Sea area.

  • Establishment of an Institution for the promotion of the cities-ports of Black Sea and of their cultural resources : “Cultural Port of the Black Sea”.

  • This Institution will try to connect Black Sea countries in a cultural manner and support every effort of mobilization in the filed of cultural tourism.


  • Specific objective(s) economic social development based on combined resources

  • Organization – promotion and pilot operation of an institution that with the “vehicle” of cultural tourism will be developed for :

  • the institutionalized cooperation of cities – ports in permanent base;

  • the development of a cultural – tourism – economical – social network through innovative methodology;

  • the improvement of the administrative capacity at local level;

  • the establishment of a network which by starting from the promotion of cultural resources of the cities – ports will create the conditions for promotion and support of Small and Medium Enterprises that are active in tourism and traditional manufacturing.


Activities
ACTIVITIES economic social development based on combined resources

  • Training courses /workshops on sustainable cultural tourism

  • Adoption of mutual logo for the cultural ports, placed on specific signs that will be placed in the city- ports included in the project: Kavala, Istanbul, Varna, Constanta, Odessa and Batumi.

  • Information material for the cultural heritage of each port (in three languages: local, English, Russian).

  • Construction of a replica of a Byzantine ship based on a shipwreck found at Yenikapi (Istanbul).This will give the possibility to every tourist to experience a round of Bosporus as the Byzantins


  • Artisanal market. economic social development based on combined resources

  • Photographical exhibition

  • DVD with a “Trip” on the city-ports

  • Archaeological Park with the sea of Marmara shore and the Princes`s islands.

  • Leaflets and tourist guides for the history and cultural heritage of the city-ports of Istanbul and of Propontis;

  • Info panels; access ramps for disabled; benches.

  • A web portal (digital contents and media)

  • Onboard Symposium focusing on the promotion on the cultural tourism and cruise tourism of the main ports around Black Sea.


General aim
General Aim: economic social development based on combined resources

Getting people aware of their cultural heritage preserved in their city –ports

  • Strengthening the connection of these city-ports through culture

  • Increasing the tourism and developing tourism industry

  • Contributing to the growth of small and medium enterprises connected with tourism industry (markets, hotels, restaurants, agencies, cruises)

  • Contributing to national economy securing the sustainable economic development of the cities.


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