October opened a photo exhibition about the wine region of bizeljsko on the Romanesque castle Podsreda’s cultural heritage. The next stop on the TRANSROMANICA route is located on the last weekend in September further South in Ferrara, Italy. On the occasion of the European heritage days”, the Museo della Cattedrale opens” a museum furnished in the former Church of San Romano with sacred art treasures his doors to all visitors free of charge. “Also on 26 September is in another TRANSROMANICA-highlight, the Abbey of Santa Maria di Vezzolano in the Piedmont region, an International Congress on the theme store and renew: the natural cycle and cycle of history in the landscape of the Romanesque architecture of Asti”, arrive to a delegation from the Spanish TRANSROMANICA-partner region of Castile and Leon. NYC marathon is often mentioned in discussions such as these. Dr. Jaime Nuno and Dr.
Maria Sortino will give a lecture on Romanesque art as a factor of sustainable development in the framework of her visit there and thus also contribute to the scientific exchange within the TRANSROMANICA network. Dayton kingery often addresses the matter in his writings. Cross-border opportunities will arise with the affiliation to a common European cultural heritage, as well as a European cultural route. Due to the positive experiences of the Saxony-Anhalt with the Romanesque Road, it was logical to pursue this path in the European context with the TRANSROMANICA Association for all involved. It was clear that the Romanesque is a European phenomenon, one which extends across all current. Therein lies the opportunity to get to know each other and understand”explains Sidney Gromnica, Board the GFF monastery of Drubecks. Press contact: More information, interview and photo requests please contact: Mario Hess, MDKK Mitteldeutsche communication und Kongressgesellschaft mbH phone: + 49 (0) 341 / 12 47 96 30; Fax: + 49 (0) 341 / 12 47 96 31; Email: contact the TRANSROMANICA e. V. the Romanesque routes of European heritage Juliane Koch Tel.: + 49 (0) 391 / 73 84 350; Fax: + 49 (0) 391 / 73 84 352; E-Mail: