'Faces and Places of the Mediterranean': visit our exhibition online


Further to the official inauguration which took place in Valencia (Spain) in the framework of the Day of the Mediterranean on the 29th of November 2022, the exhibition “Faces and Places of the Mediterranean” is now available online with explanations in Arabic, English and French.

Through this exhibition, the EU-funded “ENI CBC MED” Programme aims to celebrate the richness, diversity and common identity of the Mediterranean region. The selected photos represent people and places from the countries involved in the Programme through the funded projects and highlight some of the most relevant challenges that unite us beyond borders in the Mediterranean: empowerment of young people and women, training and job creation, SMEs competitiveness, better management of natural resources, enhancement of cultural heritage, sustainable agri-food production, climate change adaptation and mitigation, etc.

The exhibition was inaugurated in the Palau de las Comunicaciones in Valencia, Spain in the framework of the Day of the Mediterranean on the 29th of November 2022 and is meant to be displayed in other locations of the Mediterranean and beyond throughout 2023.

Although the exhibition was displayed for only a week, we received a lot of comments in our guest book that we would like to share here: 

  • "A very exciting exhibition that allows us to see the faces and soul of the Mediterranean. It gives faith in the potential of humans to change the world. Thanks for the guided visit." Alice
  • "Enjoyed the global connection of the different projects and people." Kathy, Hastings, UK, Europe, World
  • "Thank you for the opportunity to let us know about the different projects that are carried out throughout the Mediterranean. We liked it a lot. Love from Peru!"
  • "Thank you for this event that has made us feel the Mediterranean." One of the participants of Mediterranean Day event


Official inauguration of the exhibition in Valencia, 29th of November
“The exhibition ‘Faces and Places of the Mediterranean’ depicts the human dimension of ENI CBC Med Programme which seeks to engage both institutions and people in fruitful cooperation processes to achieve greater levels of integration and make the Mediterranean a better place for all"