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Network of European Pilgrimage routes

On 27th of July the European pilgrimage routes involved in Per Viam project participated at a study visit in Trondheim, the destination of the pilgrimage way of Saint Olav. The celebrations linked to Sain Olav’s day as well as the inauguration of the 50th edition of the Festival of Saint Olav let the participants make encounters and experience a very suggestive study visit.

This was also the opportunity for the pilgrimage routes involved to exchange about common issues, such as signposting, hospitality, ICT, transnational cultural events. The aim of this action is to create a permanent platform of exchange among the pilgrimage routes certified by the Council of Europe, with the assistance of the European Institute of Cultural Routes.

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“CERTO” IL PROGETTO COMUNITARIO PER LA PROMOZIONE DEL TURISMO CULTURALE LUNGO I TRE ITINERARI EUROPEI

L’Associazione Europea delle Vie Francigene è partner di “CERTO”, Cultural European Routes: TOols for a coordinated communication & marketing strategy, un progetto – cofinanziato nel 2012 dalla Commissione Europea, Direzione Impresa ed Industria –  volto a creare una strategia condivisa e coordinata a livello europeo sia di marketing che di comunicazione per le iniziative di turismo culturale.

Il progetto vuole sviluppare una strategia integrata di promozione e visibilità condivisa per i tre itinerari trasnazionali riconosciuti dal Consiglio d’Europa: la Via Francigena, il Cammino di Sant’Olav e il Cammino di Santiago.
Il progetto si propone come obiettivi di implementare un marketing innovativo, di ampliare il coinvolgimento di imprese di qualità accreditata e di accrescere la visibilità dei tre Itinerari.

Il partenariato CERTO si compone di 5 partner di 4 nazioni impegnati nello sviluppo di itinerari culturali con il sostegno dell’Istituto Europeo degli Itinerari Culturali, Consiglio d’Europa.
1. Cammini d’Europa G.E.I.E. – Capofila (Italia)
2. Istituto Europeo degli Itinerari Culturali (Lussemburgo)
3. Associazione Europea delle Vie Francigene (Italia)
4. Municipalità di Santiago de Compostela (Spagna)
5. Centro di Pellegrinaggio Nidaros (Norvegia)

Clicca qui per accedere a tutti i documenti relativi al progetto.

In allegato la descrizione completa del progetto in inglese, il primo numero della newsletter del progetto in italiano e il catalogo di prodotti tipici regionali di eccellenza degli itinerari di pellegrinaggio di progetto.

certo_guide_internet_fin_1.pdf

descrizioneCertoCEwebsite.pdf

CERTO_NewsL1_25oct2012_IT.pdf

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Riunione interministeriale sulla Via Francigena

Il Ministero della Cultura italiano – Direzione Generale delle Biblioteche, Istituti Culturali e Diritto d’Autore ha riconfermato il suo support all’itinerario europeo della Via Francigena nel corso del progetto PER VIAM, come già ampiamente dimostrato negli anni passati, attraverso il suo lavoro di validazione, georeferenziazione del percorso e realizzazione di un portale istituzionale, http://www.francigena.beniculturali.it .

Il Ministero ha portato la sua buona pratica nel corso di alcuni dei workshop del progetto e organizzato un incontro interministeriale a Roma che ha visto la partecipazione del Ministero del Turismo e Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico e permesso altresì un dialogo con gli Enti locali al fine di favorire un coordinamento nazionale a sostegno della Via Francigena.

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Incontro finale del progetto Per Viam – Lussemburgo

The project partners presented the project outcomes in Luxembourg, on February 21st 2013, hosted by the European Institute of Cultural Routes, in Neumünster Abbey. The partners also discussed about future cooperation. Project Per Viam put the base for a medium and long-term cooperation among all the partners on behalf of Via Francigena, European pilgiramge routes, cultural and slow Tourism in Europe.

You can find all the presentations of the conference at the following link:
http://www.culture-routes.lu/php/fo_index.php?lng=fr&dest=bd_ac_det&id=00003408

 

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Rete di Università europee per la Via Francigena e gli itinerari di pellegrinaggio europei

A network which includes specialists in several subjects and fosters multicultural dialogue through scientific research and exchange of best practices, in support of didactic and research activity on the Via Francigena and pilgrimage routes.

With the coordination of Università di Bologna, PER VIAM academic partners implemented a program of 7 workshops and 1 cartographic and photographic exhibition on the Via Francigena and pilgrimage routes. The last workshop announced the official launch of the European University NEtwork of Knowledge (EUNEK) Via Francigena and pilgrimage routes.

The first technical panel of the network took place in Rimini on January 16th 2013.

 

For more information about the European University Network of Knowledge Via Francigena and Pilgrimage routes and the seminars, please see the attached documents at the bottom of this page and visit the following web site:

http://www.turismo.unibo.it/Turismo/Attivita/EUNeK.htm

1st workshop EUNeK

Religious routes and European Universities, Old Cultural Crossroads of Knowledge . A Francigena project from Midle Age, 6th of June 2012, Pavia (Italy) – organized by Università di Pavia.

2nd workshop EUNeK

Pilgrimage Routes as Cultural and Religious Tourism in European and Mediterranean Destinations: Sharing Experiences and Best Practices, Barcelona and Montserrat-Manresa (Catalonia, Spain), 9 – 10th July 2012 – organized by Universitat de Barcelona / Ibertur.

 

3rd workshop EUNeK

The role of the network in the development of the Via Francigena of the south, 16th July 2012, Rome – organized by Società Geografica Italiana.

4th workshop EUNeK

Colloque itinérant dans Paris, à travers trois endroits du « Carré d’Or » de Paris mis en place par l’UFIC, 12th October 2012, Paris – organized by Université Paris Sorbonne.

 

5th workshop

Politics and tools for the enhancement of the tourist destinations along the Via Francigena, 21th November 2012, Lucca and Altopascio (Italy) – organized by Fondazione Campus Studi del Mediterraneo.

 

6th Workshop EUNeK

The Via Francigena in Southern Italy and the routes in the Mediterranean area, Vaste -Poggiardo (LE) organized by Università del Salento, 7th December 2012.

 

7th Final Workshop EUNeK

Tourism and Landscape along the Via Francigena: a persistent network of knowledge for European territorial development, 16th -17th -18th January 2013, Rimini – organized by Università di Bologna. Scuola Superiore di Scienze Turistiche.

 

Pavia workshop

Colloque Paris Routes Culturelles

La Via Francigena nella cartografia storica e nel patrimonio fotografico della società geografica italiana

Lecce workshop

Lucca workshoop

Barcelona workshop

Il ruolo della rete nello sviluppo della Via Francigena del Sud

Rimini workshop

 

 

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Rete di regioni europee lungo la Via Francigena: riunioni a Firenze (IT) e a Châlons-en-Champagne (FR)

The project Per Viam strongly encouraged a coordinated dialogue on a European dimension among the regional administrations crossed by The Via Francigena (14 regions) in order to encourage a common approach and find shared solutions on issues concerning all The Via (signposting, hospitality, European events, information and communication policies, etc.). Regione Toscana has developed in these years very good practices on planning and implementation of The Via Francigena product in the region. This action was thus lead by Regione Toscana and EAVF.

Two meetings took place in Florence, on 18th May 2012 and in Châlons-en-Champagne, on 24th and  January 2013, the latter hosted by Région Champagne-Ardenne. These meetings let all regional administrations and associations present the state of art of Via Francigena implementation in all European regions and increase a coordinated and integrated dialogue among them.

All the regions having participated at these meetings (10 regions out of 14) affirmed the importance to create a European interregional coordinating committee for The Via Francigena. The priority axis of cooperation within the Interregional Coordinating Committee were defined and approved in Châlons-en-Champagne.

Agenda Meeting Chalons-en-Champagne

Meeting presentations:

 

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Festival Via Francigena Collective Project 2012

The project PER VIAM – Pilgrims’ routes in Actions supported the Festival Via Francigena Collective Project 2012. The European Association of Vie Francigene, in cooperation with Civita Association promoted the second edition of the European Festival “Via Francigena Collective Project”, a great festival which gathered many activities organized by the territories, enhancing their outstanding cultural, religious and artistic features linked to the ancient pilgrimage route.

The second edition of the Festival took place from June to September 2012 and gathered more than 200 events. Via Francigena partners in all four countries crossed by this pilgrimage route – Italy, Switzerland, France and England – participated through actions enhancing the local living culture and benefited from a European common communication and targeted promotion of the axis “from Canterbury to Jerusalem”. The final event took place in Canterbury on September 30th 2012.

The Festival represents an important European initiative encouraging active participation of the whole network of Via Francigena. Therefore, the Festival was a fundamental step in the implementation of the European Project “PER VIAM Pilgrims’ Routes in Action” leaded by the EAVF.

Find the brochure of the 2012 edition at the following link:
http://www.francigena.provincia.siena.it/attachments/brochure_francigena_collective_project.pdf

 

Final press conference

Walk in the footsteps of pilgrims

 

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Il progetto PER VIAM – Pilgrims’ Routes in Action è stato lanciato a Torino

The kick-off meeting of the European project Per Viam – Pilgrims’ Routes in Action was held in Turin at the headoffice of SiTI- Higher Institute on Territorial System for Innovation, on 4th April 2012.

The project PER VIAM is coordinated by the European Association of Via Francigena in partnership with Italian Ministry of Cultural Affairs, European Institute of Cultural Routes, Regione Toscana, Canterbury City Council, Università di Bologna, SiTI – Higher Institute on Territorial System for Innovation, Nidaros Pilgrim Center.

During the meeting project partners could exchange about project objectives, expected results as well as planning project activities during the 12 months of project implementation. Project PER VIAM aims at improving European governance of Via Francigena as well as launch a platform of exchange with other pilgrimage routes certified by the Council of Europe: Saint Olav Way, Saint James of Compostela Pilgrims’ Routes, the Route of Saint Martin of Tours, Saint Michael’s Way.

 

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