We would like to thank all the participants of our interactive TRANSROMANICA Advent Calendar on Facebook once again for sharing their time, creativity and wonderful art pieces with us. Of course, the results deserve to be presented even though our Advent Calendar is already closed. Therefore, we have prepared a little picture gallery featuring all […]
An online work meeting aiming at coming to a joint definition of Cultural Tourism for the purposes of the IMPACTOUR project took place on 12 January 2021. The project partners came together to discuss the most suitable definition of Cultural Tourism on the basis of previously collected literature findings, own expertise and experience within the […]
2020 is a year of challenges and risk – and it is a year of adaption and experimentation. Facing the circumstances brought by the COVID-19 health crisis, the organizers of the AR&PA Iberian Biennial of Cultural Heritage – the Junta de Castilla y León – dared the leap of transforming the long established meeting point […]
Just like in the past years we would like to sweeten your pre-Christmas period with our virtual TRANSROMANICA Advent Calendar on Facebook and Instagram. You can look forward to a December full of fantastic Romanesque heritage sites presented in a very special way.
It is already becoming a little tradition. We are very proud to present the third edition of our TRANSROMANICA Calendar which will accompany you through 2021.
Last friday, on 27th November, a joint online meeting took place between the Horizon 2020 projects SmartCulTour, SPOT and IMPACTOUR. The aim of this web conference was to get to know each other and to exchange on the latest and on future developments in cultural tourism.
The brand-new edition of the TRANSROMANICA Desk Calendar featuring the theme “Romanesque Sculpture” is now available.
On 20 November 2o20, the second IMPACTOUR webinar for stakeholders from the field of cultural tourism took place as a web conference. 46 participants from various regions all over Europe came together to share their experience on how the Covid-19 pandemic affected cultural tourism.
The European Romanesque Center and the Institute of Art History and Archeologies of Europe at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg are kindly inviting you to the following lecture with speaker Dr. Holger Grönwald and the title “Wachtenburg Castle. A Project Presentation”.
“Heritage Further Than Tourism” was the title of the second interregional meeting of the MOMAr project which took place as a web conference from 11 to 13 November 2020. MOMAr project partners as well as stakeholders from the different partner regions exchanged good practices in cultural heritage management across Europe. The presentations also provided an […]