Ribats

The Rabatanes (sg. Ribat) are fortified complexes that characterize the Islamic expansion and presence in Africa and Europe from the 9th to the 13th centuries. Their remains bear witness to the fundamental characteristics of town planning, architecture, agriculture and landscape organization of the Arab-Berber civilization of this period. The Rabatanes also bear witness to the profound integration of the arts, technology, traditional skills, customs, gastronomy and language in the environmental and socio-economic context of the territories concerned.

The identification of the property "Ribat" started in Italy, in the Basilicata region (Rabatane de Pietrapertosa, Tricarico and Tursi) and will continue in the South of France (La Garde-Freinet, Massif des Maures, etc.) and Tunisia (Sousse).

Italy, Tunisia, France
1 million Euros over 3 years
Project Leaders
Basilicata Region and IPOGEA (Italy), INP (Tunisia)
Main Partners
CoPaM, Aix Marseille University, Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l'Homme, LA3M, ICOMOS Italy, ICOMOS France, Région Sud Provence-Alpes- Côte d'Azur > Withdraw Communauté de communes du Golfe de Saint-Tropez
Objectives of the project

Establishment of a partnership and a trilateralmethodology (Italy-France-Tunisia) for the inscription of the property "Ribat" on the respective national Tentative Lists and then move towards the inscription of this multiple property on the World Heritage List

Identification and definition of the Exceptional Universal Value of Ribat properties on three territories in a first stage (Basilicate Region, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Region, Sousse Region)

Catering and tourism development

Development of management plans

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CoPaM in action
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Search for funding (public and private)
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Advocacy with each of the States for recognition of the property at the national level and then cooperation between States for inscription as a multiple property
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