Pomorski i povijesni muzej Hrvatskog primorja Rijeka

Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral

Pomorski i povijesni muzej Hrvatskog primorja Rijeka

(Hrvatski) TEMPUS

TEMPUS project – Temporary USes as start-up actions to enhance port (in)tangible heritage

Duration of the project: 01/01/2019 – 30/06/2021
General goal of the project: regeneration of  dismissed urban port areas, based on the co-creation of long-term, heritage-driven and community-led urban strategies, based on activating temporary (re)uses within three pilot port areas (Ravenna, Solin, Rijeka).
Project partners:  Institute for Construction Technologies – National Research Council of Italy acting as a Lead Partner, C.N.A. National confederation of handcrafts and of SMEs – Territorial association of Ravenna, Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, CERTIMAC – Building materials certification all from Italy; and Rijeka development agency Porin Ltd., Public Institution RERASD, City of Solin, Maritime and History museum of the Croatian littoral Rijeka, City of Rijeka all from Croatia.
Budget: 2.706.920,00 € (ERDF: 2.300.882,00 €).
Financial support: EU, 2014 – 2020 Interreg V-A Italy – Croatia CBC Programme (85%)

TEMPUS long-term primary objective is to enhance a new economic development based on the valorization of the hidden tangible and intangible port heritage, including the archaeological background and natural contexts of the ASUPs, through the start up of Temporary Uses Actions (TUAs). The project aims to reach a real change, by leveraging the variegated and peculiar legacy of urban ports, and the untapped potential of local communities through their direct involvement in the definition and launch of urban strategies. To this extent, TEMPUS will implement an integrated set of TUAs, focused on the idea of urban ports as melting pots of traditions, histories, activities, architectures and cultures, which will allow creating new contextual values to be capitalized for triggering wider scale CR Valorization and Regeneration Processes (CRVRP), able to foster wellbeing and the creation of a new sense of living in ASUPs, deeply rooted on their cultural, urban and entrepreneurial dimensions.