Arca Adriatica museum is a virtual museum of the Adriatic maritime heritage carried out by the Croatian and Italian partners as part of the implementation of the EU cross-border project Arca Adriatica: Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (CRO); Municipality of Malinska - Dubasnica (CRO); Kvarner County Tourist Board (CRO); Association And Ecomuseum "House of Batana" Rovinj (CRO); Municipality of Cervia (IT); Municipality of Cesenatico (IT); International Centre For Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies - Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari (IT); City of San Benedetto del Tronto (IT); Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (IT); Municipality of Tkon (CRO). The purpose of the virtual museum is to enable a virtual walking tour through this cross-border area to learn about the rich maritime heritage that is an important part of the local identity. Maritime heritage in the virtual museum Arca Adriatica has been presented through various categories, such as: architecture related to the maritime heritage, objects of maritime signalization, museums, interpretation centres, collections and visitor centres, monuments and memorial plaques with maritime titles and motifs, cultural-historical heritage on the shore and in the sea and many other that you can explore on your own. Arca Adriatica virtual museum also contains products created as a part of the implementation of the Mala barka 2 project from the Cooperation Programme INTERREG V-A Slovenia – Croatia.

During the Arca Adriatica project in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, traditional vessels of the type: pasara, gajeta and Kvarner guc were renovated. The municipality of Tkon renovated the guc and kaić, and the municipality of Malinska-Dubašnica restored two pasara. In the Municipality of Cesenatico lancia and bragoc and in the Municipality of Cervia a total of six vessels.

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