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Être multiple et énigmatique, émanation des anciennes légendes celtiques, le personnage de Merlin est entré dans la littérature arthurienne au Moyen Âge. Conçu par le diable, mais sauvé par le repentir de sa mère, il devient dans l’œuvre romanesque de Robert de Boron l’élu de Dieu et l’artisan de la christianisation du monde arthurien. Les études réunies dans le volume publié par Ellipses, Merlin, roman du XIIIe siècle, disent l’évolution romanesque de ce magicien devenu prophète et son rôle rédempteur. Elles font entendre la voix de Merlin qui s’élève pour prédire que sous le règne d’Arthur se réaliseront les prophéties du Graal. Le roman de Robert de Boron, grâce à cette invention littéraire forte et originale du personnage de Merlin, répond aux inquiétudes des hommes du Moyen Âge partagés entre leur foi et leur peur du Jugement Dernier et leur redonne l’espoir d’être sauvés.
Workshop Greenways Heritage at FITUR International Tourism Fair. Co-organized by the Spanish Railways Foundation with the cooperation of the European Greenways Association. This event is part of the Greenways Heritage Project, co funded by the COSME program of the European Commission. The Ecopista of Guimarães, as greenways are called in Portugal, is about 14 km long, between Guimarães and Fafe and uses the old railway line of Guimaraes. The event was held on June 29 and 30 and attracted attendees from 13 countries.
A useful and festive programme combining symposium, gala dinner, and bike trip round Namur and the local greenways. The experience exchange symposium Namur, Belgium. See the outline of the symposium and events here 08:45 Welcome Opening speech 09:15 Frédéric Razée. Greenways and UNESCO sites a common destination. Greenways HERITAGE, international presentation for press, authorities and stakeholders. January 8, 1998, with the patronage of the Walloon Region. The general objective of the project is the development and diversification of the European tourism offer by generating new tourism products related to heritage greenways and UNESCO cultural heritage sites located nearby.
Date: Thuesday 14 November 2017, Monçao, Portugal. Seven greenways from Belgium, Serbia, Portugal, Spain and Ireland were awarded as reference of best practices in Europe. The Award ceremony was held in Adare, Limerick Co. Objectives: To provide an overview of European greenways, paying special attention to Ireland.
To present examples of greenway best practices as avenues of local and tourism development that can be replicated in other European territories. The Greenways4ALL catalogue includes currently 10 products of Accessible Tourism around Greenways from Spain and Portugal. Recent meeting in Brussels of the jury of the 8th European Greenways Award The jury of the 8th European Greenways Award was made up of experts whose professional background allowed them to approach the assessment of the excellent candidates from Austria, Belgium, Serbia, Czech Republic, Spain, and Portugal from a wide range of perspectives. Accessibility to natural spaces has been less well developed than accessibility in urban environments. 2017, organised by EGWA in co-operation with the Limerick City and County Council. The objective is to promote examples of best practice and to support their replication on other greenways all over Europe.
Friday, September 30, the first conference of this European project which began last July 1, 2016. Portuguese and Spanish, and pictures including the technical visit to Ecopista do Dão. The project aims to move forward towards the creation of accessible tourism products linked to greenways. CONGRATULATIONS to all the WINNERS of the first European Greenways Photo Contest We loved all your photos!
On the 1st and 2nd of July we will be in Parco Regionale Veneto Delta del Po and we invite you to participate also in the workshop, the techical visit or the nordic walk and discover the city of Adria. EGWA, within the framework of the EU funded project, Greenways Outdoor. CONGRATULATIONS to David Clynch, the winner of the SPECIAL Social Networks Prize of the First edition of the European Greenways Photo Contest who took an amazing photo of Deise Greenway, the Waterford Greenway Group near Ballyvoile in Ireland and shared it will us and all of his friends on Facebook and Twitter! David’s photo had a great engagement with over 50 likes, comments and retweets which made him the direct winner of this prize. The event is the main cycle tourism conference on the European level and brings together leading stakeholders in the cycle tourism field from across the continent. As part of the Greenways Outdoor project. It will be followed by a technical visit at the awarded transborder greenway Vennbahn!