e-CREATE Final Conference

The Final Conference of the EU-project e-CREATE took place on September 11th and 12th in Magdeburg. Approximately 100 participants from all over Europe came together at the Gesellschaftshaus to review the three-year project term and to talk about the results and effects of e-CREATE. e-CREATE Final Conference

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“Journey of Sound” in Millstatt

With its TRANSROMANICA Journey of Sound, the Carinthian TRANSROMANICA network aims at making Romanesque heritage accessibly to a broad public by means of music. At the same time, the features of this cultural heritage are to be presented. The love for God and the love for people inspired authors and musicians in the Middle Ages […]

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e-CREATE: Interregional Capacity Building Workshop in Amarante

On 18 and 19 April 2013 e-CREATE project partners as well as representatives of tourism organisations and IT service providers met in Amarante (Portugal) to study on financing possibilities, entrepreneurship and IT infrastructure in rural tourism during a 2-days seminar. Being an e-CREATE project partner, the TRANSROMANICA Association was also participating. More information on the […]

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Member of the TRANSROMANICA Executive Board

The City of Caldas de la Rainha, a historical thermal town active member of EHTTA Association, hosted the Café of Europe «Caldas de la Rainha: Crossroad of Cultural Routes » on 16th May 2017. In the course of this event, Rosário Machado, spoke about her experience and good practices in international, national and regional cooperation […]

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The Romanesque Ways in the South of Burgundy

Thursday, May 4th 2017, the french members of TRANSROMANICA e.V. from Paray-le-Monial visited the European Romanesque Center in Merseburg. After visiting the Cathedral of Merseburg, Yvonne Bosché and Pierre Durix, head of the International Research Center of Cultural Heritage of Charolais-Brionnais, gave a lecture about the Center and their work on-site in Burgundy. Besides initiating […]

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Romanesque Research Award 2017

The European Center of the Romanesque (Europäisches Romanik Zentrum, ERZ) awards outstanding international research works on the field of Romanesque art and architecture. The award is donated by the Stiftung Saalesparkasse (Halle) and Mr Gerhard Mauch (Ludwigshafen). The award aims to promote, honor and encourage graduated junior researchers contributing to the study of Romanesque art, […]

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