Subjects: Culture
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Tracking Europe’s past and future 06/09/2012 | 00:12:00
© Council of Europe / Conseil de l'Europe
Launched in 1987 with the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage trail, the routes zigzag their way through Europe, following the steps of traders, artisans, religious orders, musicians and inventors and marking important economic and social steps – from the harvesting and marketing of wine and olives, to the march of industry and the development of the spa for recreation and health Whether representing the Hansa traders of the middle-ages or the history of the Roma, the routes show the meaning of diversity, and how it can benefit society by fostering stable and prosperous societies. Attracting more than 6 million visitors a day, the routes are an important reminder of the fact that our cultural heritage is an important part of our identity, and respect for that culture is a right.
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