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ROCK ART AND TOURISM USES, A TOPIC TO DISCUSS AT INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY MENEDEZ PELAYO

  • ROCK ART AND TOURISM USES, A TOPIC TO DISCUSS AT INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY MENEDEZ PELAYO

The objectives of ROCK ART AND CULTURAL TOURISM Seminar are oriented to analyze the main international and national experiences in this field, and to the presentation of strategies for the tourism management of this Cultural Heritage resource, all of which will undoubtedly enrich t..

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Promotion of spanish rock art in Berlin Tourism Fair

  • Promotion of spanish rock art in Berlin Tourism Fair

European Rock Art Trails will attend to International Tourismus Börse (ITB) in Berlin. From 9/03 to 12/03

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147 Rock Art sites are registered in the European Cultural Route Prehistoric Rock Art Trails.

  • 147 Rock Art sites are registered in the European Cultural Route Prehistoric Rock Art Trails.

Sites from Azerbaijan, Norway, Ireland, Italy, France, Spain and P

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Cantabria Region (Spain) and La Dordogne (France) sign a Collaboration Agreement on Prehistoric Rock Art and Cultural Tourism

  • Cantabria Region (Spain) and La Dordogne (France) sign a Collaboration Agreement on Prehistoric Rock Art and Cultural Tourism

The Counsellor of Culture of Cantabria, Mr Ramon Ruiz, and the President of the Department of La Dordogne, Mr Germinal Peiro, have signed in the city of Périgueux a collaboration agreement on Rock Art and Archaeological Tourism. The final goal of this agreement is to cooperate..

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European Rock Art Trails representatives will attend to Lascaux's opening

  • European Rock Art Trails representatives will attend to Lascaux's opening

Representatives of European Rock Art Trails will attend to Lascaux's replica opening next 10th of december. Dordogne's Department is a partner of European Rock Art Trails since the 18th of november, date of 2016's General Assembly.