Cradles of European Culture - CEC


Gradišče above Bašelj, Slovenia
Gradišče above Bašelj - the archaeological site in the foothills of the mountain Storžič. ©National Museum of Slovenia, Timotej Knific
Crkvina, Biskupija, Croatia
Church of Saint Mary in Biskupija. ©Krešimir Bikić, Wikimedia Commons
Ename, Belgium
The Provincial Heritage Centre built in the archaeological park offers a new forum for European, national, regional and local heritage activities ©Tom Nevejan, Digital Cordon Bleu bvba
Pan Ename, Belgium: Saint Lawrence Church
Pam Ename. ©pam Ename
Velzeke, Belgium: The Saint Martin Church
Aerial view of the settlement of Velzeke from the north with Saint Martin's church at the left, the Grey Sisters monastery at the right and in front the Museum and the Archaeological Park. ©J. Semey, Ghent University, Department of Archaeology
Arles, France: The Montmajour Abbey
Montmajour Abbey ©Guiguilacagouille, Wikimedia Commons
Prague, Czech Republic: The Prague Castle
The remains of domestic wooden architecture were found during the archaeological excavation in the 1920s. ©Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague Castle
Ingelheim, Germany: Kaiserpfalz
Kaiserpfalz Ingelheim ©Alfons Rath, bearb. Masswerke GbR, H. Grewe u. K. Matz
Ravenna, Italy: Ravenna
The Domusdei Tappeti di Pietra. ©Municipality of Ravenna
Nijmegen, Netherlands: The Valkhof
Statue of Charlemagne on the Keizer Karelplein in Nijmegen, made by Albert Termote in 1962. ©Willemnabuurs, Wikimedia Commons
Kostol'any, Slovakia: Kostol'any.
Tower of St. George's Church and ruins of Gýmeš castle behind. ©Z. Borzová


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