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FRH, a non-faith organisation open to all, brings together those working to protect religious heritage across Europe.

FRH is the only European network of charities, governmental, religious and university departments, which work to protect religious heritage buildings and interiors across Europe. It is a not for profit, non-religious organisation open to all peoples.

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The FRH Torch initiative: an Olympic contribution to Culture and Heritage

The European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH) 2018 will offer a unique chance to showcase that religious heritage is not only a legacy from the past but also a resource for the future.

The Year will feature cultural events in thousands of cities and towns across Europe, being the largest public arts and cultural manifestation of European history.

As part of its contribution to EYCH 2018, and inspired by the Olympic Flame in Athens, FRH is thrilled to launch the Torch of Culture and Heritage, an initiative that will offer a unique chance to celebrate the diverse elements of our European identity.

We would be delighted that you join FRH’s call for action to light the Torch of Culture and Heritage with your favourite story, memory or experience in the context of cultural heritage.  Continue reading

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  5. President Juncker endorses the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 Comments Off on President Juncker endorses the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018
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