Project that took Minecraft to classrooms now reaches students in the Municipality of Loulé and travels to Maputo, Mozambique. After the success of the first edition, the Municipality of Faro bet again on the development of the MI.MOMO project, taking it to more schools and more students, in the region and abroad. Understanding the importance of the project for the promotion of heritage among young people, the Municipality of Loulé responded positively to the challenge of participating in the second edition of MI.MOMO. In addition to the Algarve municipalities of Faro and Loulé, students from the Portuguese School of Mozambique, in Maputo, participate in the second edition of this heritage education project, marking the internationalization of an initiative whose merit has been widely recognized. With a total of 9 schools participating, the second edition of MI.MOMO has already offered training to 48 teachers and at the moment modernist buildings in the cities of Faro, Loulé and Mozambique are being reproduced in Minecraft by more than 460 students. In addition to the partnerships established last year, namely the Ria Formosa Training Centre, Regional Directorate for Culture of the Algarve, Europeana, Microsoft and the National Arts Plan; the second edition of the project also has the support of Museu Zero. The success of this project is also evidenced by its presentation at major events, such as Built with Bits: Designing Virtual Spaces for the Future (organized by Europeana Pro, within the scope of the New European Bauhaus) and Challenges 2021 - “Digital Challenges”: XII International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Education. It should also be noted that MI.MOMO was distinguished with the Honorable Mention for Approaching the Young Public, in the first edition of the Heritage.pt Awards, of the Iberian Biennial of Cultural Heritage 2021. Applying the potential of new digital tools to teaching and learning, MI.MOMO is a project aimed at 3rd cycle students that aims to disseminate the built cultural heritage through the reproduction of modernist architecture buildings on the Minecraft Education digital platform, in a context of classroom. In addition to the educational component, MI.MOMO has the ambition to reach the entire community, leading it to think and debate topics such as: the city in the digital age, urban requalification and the built cultural heritage as a legacy for future generations.