Session: Historical information systems and the WWW in urban history (16th to 20th centuries)

Forum of historical cities: A collaborative experience between historians designing websites and architects working with GIS


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Session: Historical information systems and the WWW in urban history (16th to 20th centuries)
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The multimedial innovation of the knowledge: The ‘Portraits of towns': Two experiences of research in the south Italy urban history


Results of Prague City Archives’s research and their activities on the Internet


Procedures, methods and usefulness of computerization and management of archive sources for urban historical studies: The experience of ‘The historic atlas of modern and contemporary Rome’


Virtual Berlin around 1800: The online presentation of the project “Berlin classic. A city culture around 1800″ at the Berlin-Brandenburg academy of sciences and huma-nities


Digital information systems in building-historical research: The northern German coastal town of Wismar in the 17th century


The Digital Town Gate – a website by the Danish Centre for Urban History. The website presents the history of Danish towns 1550-1850 with a combination of digital research infrastructure and popular presentation on the same platform


The Baltic towns project 2005