Today, the next stage of the roll-up exhibition on the certified Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe that are crossing Germany starts at the Innovations – und Gründerzentrum Wernigerode.
TRANSROMANICA was on the road yesterday to move the exhibition from the Altmärkisches Museum in the Hanseatic city of Stendal to Wernigerode at the foot of the Brocken in the Harz mountains. Wernigerode is a beautiful town not only best known for its extraordinary well-preserved half-timbered houses.
The German-speaking exposition can be visited from today on for four weeks until 28 March 2022.
It highlights 25 European Cultural Routes featuring themes of European history, heritage, art and architecture of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe programme. In addition, the museum underlined the exhibition and the nine Cultural Routes that are crossing Saxony-Anhalt with different showcases displaying exhibits related to theses nine Cultural Routes.
TRANSROMANICA thanks its partners for this great cooperation:
- European Center for Culture and Information in Thuringia (EKT) for the design of the roll-ups
- the Ministry of Infrastructure and Digital Affairs of Saxony-Anhalt for co-funding the printing of the series
- the Innovation and Start-Up Center Wernigerode for their support and commitment.