The bulletin "Courrier du Patrimoine" of December 2017 included a dossier "Le patrimoine et l'itinérance" entirely dedicated to the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe.
The dossier includes a contribution of Stefano Dominioni, Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes and Executive Secretary of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes, which shedding the light on the 30th anniversary of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe Programme, stresess the key impact of the Cultural Routes, in terms of promoting European heritage and shared democratic values.
The Massif central region, on which the dossier focuses, boast a noticeable cultural heritage, which do not only relate to thermalism, but also to other Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, including The Santiago de Compostela Pilgrim Ways, the European Route of Ceramics, The Cluniac Sites in Europe, The European Route of Ceramics, The Saint Martin of Tours Route and Transromanica - The Romanesque Route of European heritage.
The dossier includes as well an interview of Marion Vansigle, financial manager of the European Historic Thermal Towns Association (EHTTA).
The bulletin is published by Patrimoine Aurhalpin, which is a partner of the European Route of historical thermal Towns.
The bulletin of December will soon be published online.