The President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker highlighted in his State of the European Union speech in Strasbourg the importance of culture and heritage for Europe’s future.
The South-eastern part of Transylvania is renowned for its fortified churches built since the 13th century. These served as a defence form until the last Ottoman incursion into Transylvania, 1788. The fortified churches are specific to the Saxon and Szekely villages located in this area, and are part of the European phenomenon of fortified churches.
Historic English church architecture in Switzerland highlights the importance of the 19th-Century summer seasons by presenting in the Museum Alpin Pontresina some well-known British personalities who visited Pontresina and the built heritage that they left behind but which sadly no longer exists.
FRH is proud to announce that we are among the 35 selected organisations to participate in the European Commission stakeholder’s group “Voices of Culture and Heritage”. Our participation will entail a number of meetings during which we will have an advisory role. Continue reading
On 27 April, the European Parliament approved € 8 million for cultural projects aiming to protect and promote Europe’s shared cultural heritage, as part of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. Continue reading
At the end of the month (19-21 May), the European Association for Heritage Interpretation will organise the Interpret Europe Spring event 2017 aimed at rethinking the way heritage is communicated about and change how we look at religious and cultural heritage. Continue reading
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We now have an opening for a Communication Officer to strengthen the team in Brussels. Please find details about the offered post here. Application deadline is 8th September 2017.