(2015 edition) for good practice in cultural heritage conservation: cultural heritage signing.
The aim of the endeavour distinguished with the award was to facilitate access and interpretation of waterworks in the River Duero basin and surrounds in an innovative manner, based on the technologies demanded by society today.
It proposes a new way to travel along the River Esla. This landscape is home to a series of waterworks that must be conserved, both for their functional and heritage value and for the benefits to be reaped from their physical use and tourist or other more general appeal in the context of sustainable development.
10th International Photographic Competition, 2013: 'Maritime, Fluvial and Fishing Heritage'
In 2013 the FMA was selected to participate in INCUNA's 10th International Photographic Competition, 'Maritime, Fluvial and Fishing Heritage' with the work 'Iron tower over the Delta', which formed part of a travelling exhibition on the maritime, fluvial and fishing heritage.
New mobile technologies and cultural heritage Cluster de Patrimonio
The scattered location of rural public works and their close relationship to the landscape suggest the need for innovative interpretative infrastructures. New internet-based reference and location facilities built into mobile devices broaden the opportunities for benefiting from a local heritage. Among others, these applications afford new approaches to cultural travel characterised by a deeper immersion in an area's landscapist and territorial values by furnishing information on what is to be seen and assistance in finding the right path with no need for the supplementary effort entailed in handling maps and guides. These features turn travelling into a wholly different and suggestive, as well as an enormously educational, experience.