On Monday 7 June, the cultural routes of the Council of Europe that are represented in Italy met in a virtual round table. Annie Sacerdoti, AEPJ board member and Vice President of Fondazione Beni Culturali ebraici in Italia (UCEI) participated in a day to share objectives, proposals and analyse strengths and weaknesses.
The meeting started with welcome and institutional greetings with Stefano Dominioni, Giuliana De Francesco and Eleonora Berti, organiser of the event. About twenty people represented the Cultural Routes and everyone presented his Itinerary. Annie Sacerdoti presented the Italian route part of the European Routes of Jewish Heritage powered by AEPJ. In Italy the Fondazione organised the Italian Route with a website with about 200 places of Jewish interest. Also the Mi Dor Le Dor project was presented. These are the occasions to strengthen the network and synergies with new projects.
The meeting ended with the suggestions for Italy to pursue a tourism of proximity, preserving the European center. On the horizon, a new meeting in the coming weeks.