Pan-European Armada Heritage and Tourism Network 2016-05-20 12:16:15
Establish a Pan-European Armada network, engaging private, public and voluntary sectors and raise public awareness, understanding and enjoyment of the critical role that the international Armada Campaign (1588-1603) played and the impact that the event had on European history and maritime heritage; and to develop an innovative heritage-led tourism product (including a third-level research hub), which is recognised internationally.

The Armada Legacy marked the beginning of a shift in focus towards the world’s oceans, naval shipbuilding, seafaring/adventuring and international empire building. This shift ultimately left an indelible mark on every continent on the globe for many centuries - particularly Europe – which reverberate to the present modern-day.
Lead partner
University of Limerick » Ireland
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Organization types:

  • National public organisations
  • Regional public organisations
  • Local public organisations
  • Public entreprises
  • Public-private organisations
  • Universities and higher education
  • Research and innovation organisations
  • Education and training organisations
  • Civil society and third sector organisations
  • Business networks and associations
  • Small and medium enterprises
  • Large enterprises
  • Cross-border organisations
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  • France
  • Ireland
  • Portugal
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  • United Kingdom
Contact person
Gerard Dooly
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