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Title: The Council of Europe cultural routes
Authors: University of Malta. International Institute for Baroque Studies
Keywords: Art, Baroque -- Cultural programs -- Europe
Cultural property -- Europe
Art, Baroque -- Europe -- Themes, motives
Council of Europe
Art, Baroque -- Malta -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: University of Malta. International Institute for Baroque Studies
Citation: University of Malta. International Institute for Baroque Studies. (2001, December). The Council of Europe cultural routes. Baroque Routes Newsletter, 3, 4.
Abstract: The Council of Europe Cultural Routes were created in order to highlight the common cultural heritage of all Europeans. The project was launched in 1987 by the Council for Cultural Cooperation (CDCC), following the Parliamentary Assembly's proposal to revive the famous routes along which innumerable pilgrims travelled in the Middle Ages from all over Europe to Santiago de Compostela. This mass movement gave the pilgrims a feeling of belonging to a family of nations, each distinct from the others, but all sharing the same basic values and linked by a common civilisation.
Appears in Collections:Baroque Routes Newsletter, No.03, 2001

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