This week we had the pleasure to visit the German city of Erfurt, home of Via Regia, who hosted a new FabRoutes project partners meeting. Together with five other certified Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, ARGO and the Centre for Advanced Studies in Tourism of the University of Bologna we have worked intensively for two days on the planning of the next actions of the project, as well as on the communication strategy and the review of the contents that we have developed in cooperation so far.
In addition, we had the opportunity to visit the city and Via Regia, who are developing very original initiatives in relation to cultural heritage. In the framework of the visit, we also had the opportunity to see the impressive 11th century medieval synagogue and the mikveh of Erfurt. In this sense, the city of Erfurt is doing an exceptional job of recovering its Jewish heritage, and in fact they have submitted an application to become a World Heritage Site.
We would like to thank the Via Regia team for organising the meeting and for being amazing hosts!