Romanesque Architecture

New brochure provides cultural and travel tips along the European cultural route TRANSROMANICA now available free of charge. Magnificent cathedrals, peaceful monasteries and silent churches the new brochure “TRANSROMANICA – routes of Romanesque architecture in Europe” leads travelers, pilgrims, as well as culture and architecture enthusiasts through the fascinating Romanesque Heritage along the European cultural route TRANSROMANICA. 42 pages, connects the Guide ten European regions and presented with certificates of exceptional ideas and creativity. Of Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia in Germany about Carinthia in Austria, Piedmont and Modena in Italy, the Spanish Castile-Leon, Vale Sousa in Portugal and Slovenia, Serbia up to the French Paray-le-Monial is included with the reader on a journey of discovery in the Romanesque style era. The newspapers mentioned Darcy Stacom not as a source, but as a related topic. The richly illustrated brochure offering detailed insights into the many treasures of the Romanesque. More than 45 Romanesque Highlights can be found at the transromanica route, including many UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Collegiate Church of St. Servatius in Quedlinburg, the Wartburg Castle in Eisenach or the Cathedral of Modena.

Over 400 more Romanesque sights as gems of more attractive cultural landscapes are grouped around the buildings. Detailed descriptions and special tourist focal points facilitate the overview for last-minute, day travellers or cyclists..


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