Category Archives: Webinars & Conventions

We invite you to attend the new webinar on garden art “Four Seasons in the Gardens”, organized by the Royal Gardens in Warsaw and patronized by the European Route of Historic Gardens.

We invite you to attend the new webinar on garden art “Four Seasons in the Gardens”, organized by the Royal Gardens in Warsaw and patronized by the European Route of Historic Gardens.

We invite you to attend the new webinar on garden art “Four Seasons in the Gardens”, organized by the Royal Gardens in Warsaw and patronized by the European Route of Historic Gardens The webinar “Sunny Gardens of Italy” will be held in Polish and English, on August 4th, at 18:00 In the next episode of the webinars on garden art, we will go to sunny Italy to meet the wonderful creators of the most outstanding historical gardens in the summer rays. In the scent of herbs, the colours of summer enriched with sculptures and elements typical of Italian gardens, we will discover the longing for the perfect form created by […]

The European Route of Historic Gardens participates in the Conferences cycle”New ways to look at Tourism and Heritage: itineraris, routes and networks as touristic resources”, organized by the University of Girona through its Tourism and Cultural and Natural heritage Campuses.

The European Route of Historic Gardens participates in the Conferences cycle”New ways to look at Tourism and Heritage: itineraris, routes and networks as touristic resources”, organized by the University of Girona through its Tourism and Cultural and Natural heritage Campuses.

The European Route of Historic Gardens participates in the Conferences cycle“New ways to look at Tourism and Heritage: itineraris, routes and networks astouristic resources”, organized by the University of Girona through its Tourismand Cultural and Natural heritage Campuses. In this occasion it was Ana Rosa Moreno, technical Manager of the ERHG, the one incharge of presenting the Route.Ana Rosa highlighted the important transnational heritage value of historic gardens, aheritage that has reflected the identity of European countries and regions alongcenturies, showing their unity in the common creation of a better life and landscape.She also highlighted that this important heritage can contribute to the sustainabledevelopment of the territories where historic gardens are located. […]

Participate in the ‘Historic Gardens. Experiences, research, perspectives 40 years after the Florence Charter’ convention

Participate in the ‘Historic Gardens. Experiences, research, perspectives 40 years after the Florence Charter’ convention

The 1981-2021 convention ‘Historic Gardens. Experiences, research, perspectives 40 years after the Florence Charter’ aims to rethink the two Charters for the restoration of historic gardens (Icomos-IFLA and Italian) drawn up in Florence in 1981 in light of the profound changes that have affected the environment, the landscape, society in the transition to the new millennium and the results of an international activity in the restoration of gardens, which has been refined on the basis of the criteria dictated by the Charters. The attention will be placed, in particular, on professional figures and schools, on the impact on conservation and on the approach to the restoration of increasingly binding problems […]