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This WP deals with the development of a digital catalogue related to the architecture of totalitarian reximes of the IX century. It comprises the identification, collection and digital cataloguing of objects related to the ATRIUM concepts, including documentation about them. The digital cataloguing process is facilitated by the design and development of a digital cataloguing tool. The main aim is to offer both the general public, as well as specialiced users, such as scholars, researchers, stakeholders in tourism, policy making and business processes related to the ATRIUM project access to the heritage related to the project theme. Furthermore, specialised users registered to use the digital catalogue will be enabled to enhance their capacity to deliver results relevant to the valorisation of this heritage. Cataloguing will be relevant to a wide range of objects, documentation elements and concepts, including photograph archives, films, oral witnesses, but also non-architectural tangible cultural assets, linked with ATRIUM, such as furniture, clothing etc.

The exploration of the catalogue is done via graphical and intuitive interfaces, such as maps, for lacation-based access to catalogued items, and different browsing and retrieval options. The catalogue will be accessible from the project site, thus a wide range of users and stakeholders, such as tourism promotion agencies, national/regional institutions of cultural heritage, single or groups of hotels interested in collaborating with the intended cultural route etc, can all benefit from it, ensuring a farreaching impact. Using the catalogue, a user will be able to construct a specific trail upon the cultural route. Furtheremore, the main project concepts for this rather incovenient heritage may be communicated in a targeted and appropriate way, aided by the presence of a wiki-style space relevant to the project main concenpts. Thus, digital cataloguing becomes a key component for the economic valorisation of the architectural heritage concerned and will represent a transnational virtual fil rouge of the envisaged cultural route.

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