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Historic Topography of the Czech-Saxon Borderline Cultural Heritage
Development project of a database and information portal, Regioskop, z.s.p.o.

  • follow-up project of a study on the biospheric reservation UNESCO Šumava
  • initiation of founding of the interest association of legal persons - Regioskop
  • institutionalization of the project within the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  • contract with the Bavarian Land Authority for Heritage Care in Munich
  • master agreement for the Objective 3 Czech Republic – Freistaat Bayern
  • linking the EU funds from ERDF and subsidies from the Ministry for Regional Development of the Czech Republic
  • contract with the Ministry for Regional Development of the Czech Republic
  • on the conditions of project implementation within the program Objective 3
  • establishment of a Czech-German team of partners, solvers and consultants
  • personnel and technical provision of a Center and joint Regioskop workplace
  • cooperation with national professional institutions and experts in the Czech Republic and Bavaria
  • organization of professional colloquia on the topic of registration and protection of cultural heritage
  • object-relational databank supported by GIS system
  • standardization of a platform of reliable data from authorized sources
  • concept of Czech-German conceptual and classification system – thesaurus
  • publication of a databank and meta-information system on the internet/intranet
  • Building the “Historic Topography of the Czech-Saxon Borderline Cultural Heritage” under the Objective 3 Czech Republic – Free State of Saxony Programme
  • Contract with Das Institut für Industriearchäologie, Wissenschafts- und Technikgeschichte (IWTG) Technische Universität - Bergakademie Freiberg (Institute for industrial archaeology, history of science and technology at the Technical University – Mining Academy of Freiberg).
  • Laying the foundations for further modules, projects, expertise and planning
  • Series of publications on the historic topography of the Bohemian Forest, Upper Palatinate Forest and Bavarian Forest in German with the support of the Czech/German Future Fund. The publications that have come out so far include Der Böhmerwald im Jahr 1991 (2012) and Der Böhmerwald – Verwandlung (2013).