On the 7th of May, European Commission and Europa Nostra announced the winners of European Heritage Awards of 2020.
This award goes to 21 exemplary achievements from 15 European countries. The list includes the impressive restoration of Ruben’s garden in Antwerp in Belgium, revival of the renaissance arsenal on the island of Hvar in Croatia and trans-European network “Tramontana” dedicated to the research of the tangible and intangible heritage of mountainous regions among others.
Heritage lovers and supporters from Europe and all around the world can vote online for their favourite award winners and decide which achievement will win this year’s Public Choice Award.
To read the rest of the list and find out more on measures taken by the institution to engage people with culture, log on to Europa Nostra.