The important daily newspaper Tagesspiegel (Berlin) has published an article about the ATRIUM cultural route, focusing on the architectural heritage deriving from the Fascist period in the district of Forlì.
Beacuse of the recent public discussion about the intention to promote tourism in the province of Forlì-Cesena (Italy) by lighting the beacon on the tower of the newly-restored Rocca delle Caminate, the ATRIUM Scientific Committe expressed its disagreement on the issue, during its meeting held in Labin (Croatia) on 2 March 2017.
A causa dell‘attuale discussione pubblica rispetto alle intenzioni di promuovere il turismo nella Provincia di Forlì-Cesena attraverso l’accensione del Faro della Rocca delle Caminate, che è stata recentemente restaurato, il Comitato Scientifico ATRIUM esprime il dissenso sulla questione durante l’incontro tenutosi il 2 marzo 2017 a Labin (Croazia).
The town of Labin, active member of the ATRIUM cultural route, organised a course on the ATRIUM itineraries in Labin. Within this context, itinerary signs indicating the various sites have been installed. The itineraries include the settlement houses, buildings of the industrial zone Pijacal as well as the main square with significant buildings, such as the Lictor Tower and the Ceva Building.
Dimitrovgrad applies for UNESCO
The city of Dimitrovgrad, an active member of the ATRIUM cultural route, is applying to enter the list of protected sites of the UNESCO World Heritage. The city's built heritage is a unique example of socialist architecture and may contriubute significantly in shaping European history and memory of the 20th century. Bulgarian Minister of Culture, Vezhdi Rashidov, and Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokov, support the intention.