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TRANSROMANICA represents the common Romanesque heritage of nine countries in Europe between the Baltic and the Mediterranean Sea.
Join us on a journey along the Romanesque routes!

 

 

Saxony-Anhalt | Tâmega and Sousa | Serbia | Königslutter | Slovakia

Santo Domingo de Silos | Paray-le-Monial | Vezzolano | Modena | Pavia | Friesach | Maria Wörth | Millstatt | Alba Iulia

 

 

 


Ev. St. Mary`s Cathedral and former Premonstratensian Monastery - Havelberg


The cathedral of Havelberg was built immediately after the so-called crusade against the Wends and the final repression of the Slavic tribes in 1149. Monks lived in the monastery belonging to the cathedral according to the Premonstratensian rule until its rescission in 1507.


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CANCELLED: “The Humanity of historical heritage – The (re)construction of a historical Identity in the Route of Romanesque”


Due to illness of the speaker, unfortunately the presentation had to be cancelled.
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The TRANSROMANICA Association cordially invites you with the friendly support of the European Romanesque Center to the lecture “The Humanity of historical heritage – The (re)construction of a historical Identity in the Route of Romanesque”.

Dr. Rosário C. Machado presents the results of her investigations for her Ph.D. thesis in Cultural Studies at the University of Minho (Portugal).

The lecture will be given in English language.
We are looking forward to your participation!


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