The urbanization of Europe in the Middle Ages and the law of Magdeburg…
This years 9th edition of the Annual Advisory Forum of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe will take place in Sibiu, Romania, right in the heart of Transilvania.
The Hansa, “Cultural Route of the Council of Europe”, Region Gotland and the European Institute of Cultural Routes have the pleasure to invite you to the VIII Training Academy for Cultural Routes taking place from 4th to 7th June 2019 in Visby, Gotland (Sweden). This year, keynote speeches followed by workshops will be held around […]
The Romanesque Day offers the visitor the opportunity to discover something new on the Romanesque street and to experience special guided tours. More Information.
This years ceremony to award the winner of 2018 will take place at the Monastery of Wendhusen in Thale on 18th May 2019.
After a long evaluation process that lasted from last September on and the concluding audition at the Governing Board Meeting of the ´Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes´ in April in Luxembourg, we are very proud to announce you that we have been recertified as a „CULTURAL ROUTE OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE“ for a […]
Since 1995, the best initiatives and activities aiming at the vivification and economic strengthening of the “Straße der Romanik” in Saxony-Anhalt have been honored with the annual Romanesque Award. The most outstanding contributions receive one gold medal and two silver medals. The Romanesque Award is donated by the regional association of the FDP in Saxony-Anhalt. […]
This mobile travel guide let’s you explore the “Romanesque Road” virtually in order to facilitate your trip planning. The contents are available offline once the app has been started and loaded. The app contains information about the history and architecture of the Romanesque buildings, festival highlights as well as suggestions for hiking tours along the […]
A fantastic project inspiriting medieval history will take place in Saxony-Anhalt this autumn. Bishop Thietmar of Merseburg – who laid the foundation of Merseburg Cathedral in 1015 – will be sailing the rivers Saale and Elbe from Merseburg to Magdeburg. The historical enactment will demonstrate a journey faithful to history and include a portrayal of […]