Liberation Route Europe put into light by the Council of Europe in an international exhibition in Luxembourg

 The Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe in Luxembourg is an exhibition organised by Luxembourg – one of the founding Council of Europe member States of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe (EPA).  

The exhibition, recognising and promoting Liberation Route Europe, is available for view between 17th September and 17th November 2020, at Hall du Funiculaire, Middle Station, Pfaffenthal (Luxembourg). The exhibition is organised by the European Institute of Cultural Routes (EICR), with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Luxembourg National Railway Company (CFL).  

The European Institute of Cultural Routes (EICR) is the technical agency created in 1998 under an agreement between the Council of Europe and the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, located in the Abbey of Neumünster in Luxembourg.  

The LRE has been distinguished for combining historical content with a multiperspectival approach, remembrance tourism and memory transmission tools at European level. 

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The Liberation Route Europe Foundation receives grant from the German Federal Government

The Liberation Route Europe Foundation (LREF) has recently received a grant from the German Federal Government, following a decision of the German Bundestag in November 2019. The signature took place on Friday 28 August at the German Embassy in The Hague, the Netherlands, at the presence of the Deputy Head of Mission, Ingrid Jung and LREF Deputy Director, Jurriaan de Mol. 

The German Federal Government has granted its support to LREF for the creation of the Liberation Route Europe hiking trails. The allocated funds will be used for the development of the LRE’s hiking trails, a unique was to experience remembrance sites and to learn about the local stories that promotes meaningful, sustainable tourismFor the new project, LREF is reimagining our digital environment, starting from a new website and web app; both will provide itinerary suggestions, trails and a route planner with hundreds of high-quality stories and historical content. 

“We are very happy and proud of receiving substantial financial support from the German Federal Government,” LREF Managing Director Rémi Praud said, “Germany is taking the lead in the development of the Liberation Route Europe hiking trails with a very symbolic decision. We hope that more countries will follow the German example in the future”.