01 Jul Spatial Footprints – What’s new?
On the cadre of the “Spatial Footprints” project, a meeting was held in Tallinn from 16 to 17 June, a capital of Estonia, with the various partners working on this subject.
The day began with modules presentations by the different partners about the work that has been done upstream, as well as the objectives and expected results of the project. The aim of this project is to create a simple and concrete tourist route for adults, taking into account the current, historical and geographical context. One of our Latvian partners ended our working morning with a presentation of the communication guidelines. Afterwards, a lunch was organised by the Estonian partners with typical dished and opportunity to get to know each other.
The afternoon was divided into two parts, the first being the planning of the next online training program, which by the way will be the last one and will conclude the project. We then finished the day with a visit to Telliskivi Creative City which is the location of the Estonian partners and one of the most attractive innovation places in Tallinn.
The second day of meeting was devoted to visits to places related to the project and to reinforce the ideas discussed the day before. With this idea in mind, the partners organised a “Culture Kilometer tour” which first took us to the Tallinn City Hall. Then we visited the Kultuurikatel which is a non-profit foundation and cultural organisation of Tallinn located in a former power station, followed by the visit of the Patarei, a former prison and which will become a museum of Soviet and Nazi crimes in Estonia. Finally we had a break in a museum called Lennusadam and we finished by visiting Noblessner which is a creative place where many inventions are exposed and we had the opportunity to attend a conference on how to develop tourism in this kind of organisation.
The meeting was concluded with a final lunch with all the partners followed by a thank you. This was the last physical meeting before the end of the project in September 2022 and the actual implementation of the project and its dissemination.