The project is based on the concept of cultural heritage of “small homelands” – the heritage that has survived in original animals species, plants species and landscape to this day, constituting a unique wealth and value. The project’s main objective is to describe cultural heritage preserved in small local communities, as illustrated by the example of the Malopołska region. Another objective is to find, describe, and possibly evaluate similar small, particular ecosystems elsewhere in Europe and the world.
The project endeavors to prove the thesis that promoting original elements of cultural heritage may contribute to the dynamic development of new regional products.
The added value of the project, implemented within the framework of international cooperation, will be the identification of local elements of cultural heritage, both material and spoken. This shall support the promotion of traditional products, getting to know the opinions of local communities in different countries, and protecting cultural values.
Press reports and photo gallery
Polish press reports about the Cultural Heritage scientific conference...
Seminar: From tradition to modernity — the application of artificial intelligence in land use planning
From 30 June to 1 July 2021 in Krakow a scientific seminar within 'Cultural heritage of small homelands project' under the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange International Academic Partnerships took place. The activities carried out during the seminar were...
International workshops in France
Dr inż. Renata Różycka-Czas took part in international workshops in France between 3rd of June and 7th of June.