The project aims to increase involvement of citizens and raise awareness of the importance of Europe's cultural heritage through education and lifelong learning.
Cultural heritage consists of cultural and creative resources with a value for society that has been publicly recognized in order to preserve it for future generations. Cultural heritage is more than historical monuments left behind from the past. It is all the things, places and practices that define who we are as individuals, as communities, as regions. The rich and diverse cultural heritage of central Europe is one of the key attractions for tourists visiting the area. That is why local heritage has become an important economic factor.
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Fifth event of project CUT took place in Vilafranca del Penedès, located 50 km inland from Barcelona. Vilafranca del Penedès is a charming Catalan town, which is best known for being the centre of Cava production – Spain’s famous sparkling wine and for their famous Castellers de Vilafranca. Graced with a quaint old town centre with some notable Medieval landmarks, the town is surrounded by some of the largest Cava wineries in Spain and offers plenty of opportunities for wine tasting, gastronomic experiences and cultural and historical research of the town.
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