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III Forum on Historic Gardens – Maintaining and Managing Historic Gardens for a New Era. Sintra (Portugal), 19-21 September 2019.

III Forum on Historic Gardens – Maintaining and Managing Historic Gardens for a New Era. Sintra (Portugal), 19-21 September 2019.

Registration Free for attendees and delegates of the institutions and historic gardens taking part in ENoHG. For registration send an email to info@europeanhistoricgardens.eu indicating: name, contact data (e-mail, telephone), address and attendance dates. Other participants are welcome on Thursday and Saturday. To attend the conference on Thursday the fee is 30 €; to register for the conference dinner the fee is 30 €; and for the trip on Saturday the fee is 20 €‚ (with lunch). For registration send an email to info@europeanhistoricgardens.eu indicating name, contact data (e-mail, telephone), address, VAT number, professional reference and, if the case, indicate the Historic Garden you are involved with. Registration and payment until […]

New brochure of the European Network of Historic Gardens

New brochure of the European Network of Historic Gardens

The European Route of Historic Gardens have a new brochure. The European Route of Historic Gardens (ERHG) is a non-profit association founded by the Town Corporations of Lloret de Mar (Girona) and Aranjuez (Madrid, through the Foundation Aranjuez-Cultural Landscape) and the Laboratory of Heritage, Creativity and Cultural Tourism at the University of Barcelona. It aims to unite the largest possible number of managing bodies of Historic Gardens in Europe, with the objectives first of forming a stable network and second of obtaining recognition as a Council of Europe Cultural Route for this historic artistic and natural heritage. The essential aim of the Association is the promotion and awareness-raising of historic gardens, as defined […]

II Forum on Historic Gardens – Annual Assembly of the European Network of Historic Gardens

II Forum on Historic Gardens – Annual Assembly of the European Network of Historic Gardens

The Historic Garden of Villa Garzoni (Collodi, Tuscany, Italy) will host the second European Forum on Historic Gardens, organized by the Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi and the European Network of Historic Gardens, an organization that promotes the declaration of the historic gardens of Europe as Cultural Route of the Council of Europe. After holding the first forum in the town of Lloret de Mar (September 2017), this second meeting aims to bring together specialists and managers of historic gardens from Poland, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy and other European countries, where the historic gardens are part of its Cultural Heritage, with special attention to the gardens of the Royal Palaces and […]

The European Network of Historic Gardens holds its General Assembly

The European Network of Historic Gardens holds its General Assembly

The Willanow Palace in Warsaw will host next Thursday, 8th March, the General Assembly of the European Association of Historic Gardens. A total of 10 institutions from Portugal, Spain, Italy and Poland will be represented on this occasion, following the recent expansion of the network, which was born in 2016 on the initiative of the municipalities of Lloret de Mar and Aranjuez and the University of Barcelona. Among the main topics to be discussed can be highlight the proposal of activities for 2018 (declared as  European Year of Cultural Heritage), the preparation of the Candidacy for the Mention «Cultural Route of the Council of Europe» and the Organization of the II […]

Meeting at European Institute of Cultural Routes

Meeting at European Institute of Cultural Routes

A large delegation of the European Network of Historical Gardens (REJHIS) headed by its president Jaume Dulsat i Rodríguez visited the Neümunster Abbey of Luxembourg, on December 15th, in order to hold a working meeting with the technical team of the European Institute of Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe (EICR-CoE). The delegation was received by Mr. Stefano Dominioni (director of the EICR) and part of his technical team. The former director of the institute was present too, Mr. Michel Thomas Penette, advisor of several certified Cultural Routes and a person very linked to the European Programme of Cultural Routes. The purpose of the meeting was to launch the […]