Notizie dalla Fondazione

Dry walls recognized as UNESCO heritage

Italian and other dry-stone walls were added to UNESCO’s list of the world’s intangible heritage of humanity. The articles below offer an in-depth analysis about the Manarola Foundation’s work to rebuild the dry-stone walls collapsed. Moreover it is mentioned the dry-stone walls workshop organized by the National Park of Cinqueterre together with the Manarola Foundation

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20 United Nations members observe Manarola Foundation’s work firsthand

On October 4 th 2018, a total of 20 United Nations members from Europe and the Mediterranean region had the opportunity to observe up close the work done in Manarola for the past four years by the Manarola Foundation. These members were attending a Climate Change Meeting (Regional Workshop on Action for Climate Empowerment for

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The Manarola Foundation Meeting

On Sunday September 9th, the Manarola Foundation organized a public event in the main square of Manarola, first of all to give a shout out to all the benefactors that have been supporting its activity during the last 4 years. The event had a wonderful turnout including locals and tourists. The main presenter was Luciano

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Project Accomplishments of the Manarola Foundation in 4 years of activity

Concrete results (the visible and measurable results) 7.809 square meter of land restored 418,50 square meter of dry-stone walls rebuilt 3.053 square meter of land granted to 4 local private companies 4.953 square meter of land granted in progress to Cooperativa Agricola Cinque Terre   Concrete secondary results (complementary to the primary goals of the

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Fondazione Manarola: from 2014 so far

The Manarola Foundation wants to sum up what has been done in the last four years of existence, in order to help clarify its purpose and goals as an organization. The Foundation was formed on March 15th, 2014; just 3 years after the terrible flood that seriously damaged Vernazza and Monterosso. The aim of the

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Solidarity and integration on the terraces of the Cinque Terre

“I’ve been documenting this project with my photocamera for more than 3 months – a project realised by the Foundation of Manarola, the National Park of the Cinque Terre and the Caritas. There are 12 jobless people – 7 of them refugees from african countries, debarked 8 months ago on the Island of Lampedusa. After

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