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Douzelage Cultural and Historical Heritage Survey results revealed

At the recent General Meeting in Rovinj-Rovigno, Croatia, the theme of the meeting was cultural and historical heritage in our towns. All towns participated by providing an overview of how their town or municipality aims to keep culture and heritage alive in their town and active for the next generation. The results are in the booklet below. It may also be downloaded as a pdf.

Hosted in the captivating setting of Rovinj-Rovigno, the 47th Douzelage General Meeting has centered on a significant and valued matter. The delegations of Douzelage partner towns discussed various strategies for preserving Cultural and Historical Heritage, with particular attention given to traditions and historical legacies. The significance of education in transmitting these cultural treasures to the younger generation was underscored.

European cities, cognizant of the invaluable importance of preserving their legacy, have undertaken commendable initiatives to safeguard their historical traditions. From restoration projects to cultural programs, European cities stand as guardians of their rich and unique heritage. This booklet delves into the actions employed by the member cities, exploring how they ensure that the echoes of history continue to resonate in their local communities.