TV interview with RoR President Detlev Geissler →
"The Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe exist for decades. They show the diversity of European cultural history lively - across borders and languages."
Traces of Reformation at Maretsch Castle in Bolzano (ITA) →
RoR-President Detlev Geissler had a special appointment this June at Maretsch Castle in Bolzano / South Tyrol where he visited spectacular traces of Reformation.
A new headquarter for Routes of Reformation →
The new Routes of Reformation headquarter is deeply linked to the reformation history in Germany and was the place, where Luther went to school.
30.06.2021 • Germany
Routes of Reformation sign officially handed out →
One of the well known historical sites of reformation history is the Protestant Augustiner monastery Erfurt / Germany. Martin Luther began his studies in 1501 at the University of Erfurt; he became a monk in the Augustiner monastery and studied theology from 1505 until 1508 at this place.
Cooperation agreement: Forte Cultura - Routes of Reformation →
Forte Cultura is candidate as a Cultural Route of CoE and has members also in Central Europe; some of them are related to the reformation history (e.g. Torgau, Erfurt).
Report about the 9th Cultural Routes Advisory Forum of the Council of Europe →
Sibiu, Romania, 2nd to 4th October 2019
16.10.2019 • Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland
Routes of Reformation named Cultural Route of the Council of Europe →
We were just informed that we have been selected as a certified Cultural Route of the Council of Europe programme in the 2018/2019 cycle.
Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe programme →
Our partner Luther Pass and the museum in Mühlberg/Elbe →
02.04.2019 • Germany
Routes of Reformation at ITB Berlin 2019 →
Day 1 at ITB
06.03.2019 • Germany
Route of Reformation (RoR) Project Consultation →
at the headquarters of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County Self-Government
20.12.2018 • Hungary
Routes of Reformation as Association registered →
During the meeting of the Interreg project ECRR 21 members founded the new Association Routes of Reformation.
Routes of Reformation as Cultural Routes Candidate →
Today is the second day of the AdvisoryForum and we have already connected with other Cultural Routes. It is a true joy to experience the diversity of European culture!
27.09.2018 • Germany