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We know that cultural heritage are not just objects, but histories built up from data. That drove the creation of Qulto reCat, a knowledge graph builder tool, which offers the possibility to share and connect databases while creating a logical, dynamic knowledge graph. In the presentation, speakers show use cases on how this graph can be used and how we can transform a cultural heritage database with semantic technologies into a dynamic digital knowledge representation graph database.