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Europe’s heritage through the
Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe

European Cemeteries Route

European Cemeteries Route

Throughout history, cemeteries have been an essential part of our civilisation. These sacred and emotional spaces are concomitantly time witnesses of local history for cities and towns.

European Route of Historic Thermal Towns

European Route of Historic Thermal Towns

Thermalism has been prevalent in Europe from ancient times to the present day. The most famous towns, called the “cafés of Europe”, reached the height of their renown during the 18th and 19th centuries.

TRANSROMANICA. Romanesque Routes of European Heritage

TRANSROMANICA. Romanesque Routes of European Heritage

Around the year 1000, artists from all over Europe were inspired by the Roman and early Christian tradition, giving birth to a unique architectural style: the Romanesque.

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Le Corbusier Destinations : Architectural Promenades

Le Corbusier Destinations : Architectural Promenades

Le Corbusier Destinations: architectural promenades narrate the life and achievements of one of the major architects of the 20th Century

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Loving eyes on
European wonders
That’s the blog

Seat. Read. Enjoy

The best way to experience something, is to put on the shoes of a traveller. Routes4U selected the best of bloggers' articles regarding the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe in the four EU macro-regions.

Discovering the Hanseatic Gdansk

Gdansk is greeting you with its colourful facades of the old buildings and invite you to walk in its historic center frozen in the Golden Age of Hansa.

By Ieva Zamaraite
The retreat of (impressionism) artists in Nida

Located in the Lithuanian part of the Curonian Spit - a peninsula trapped in between the Baltic Sea and the Curonian Lagoon - Nida is the most northern point of the Impressionisms Route and served as a retreat for the artists of the region!

By Ieva Zamaraite
Jewish Šiauliai, the centre of the leather Industry

Chaim Frenkel chose Šiauliai to develop this leather tanning company in the 19th century. The company sponsored the synagogue, canteen and the library for the factory workers, the school for the Jewish community, the elderly care home, and the hospital.

By Ieva Zamaraite

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