This mobility, the first one, has been a training event for the staff, with the aim to develop the following contents:
- the role of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, what are its objectives, the criteria for the selection of the sites, examples of tangible and intangible heritage;
- a lecture about the benefits of using a 3D printer to represent our cultural heritage tridimensionally.
The lectures were organized by the University of Palermo, Department of Architecture, which was our stakeholder for this training event.
Then, two days were dedicate to the exploration and visits to the Arab-Norman Palermo, UNESCO World Heritage; an English guide helped the group to develop a greater understanding and insight of this World Heritage Site.