Working together for historic places of worship in Europe

Aims of the network:

  • raise the profile and protect Europe’s historic places of worship
  • provide a means of communication, through this website and a Forum event
  • share common problems and solutions
  • identify areas where a Europe-wide response is appropriate
  • work with and build on existing and past initiatives on historic churches, including the Report to the Council of Europe 1989 and the Montreal Forum on future uses for churches in 2005

Please let us know about your organisation’s interests by completing a few short questions below, adding your own news items and documents to this website.

A short questionnaire has been sent to organisations in order to establish levels of interest and policy areas of concern. If you have not completed this, please click the title below.
Historic places of worship. Learning from each other in Europe

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Images: on left the Holy Monasteries of St. Pelagia of Kastrosykia and Faneromeni of Lekatsa, Epirus (GREECE), on right Archaeological Site of Saint Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (SWITZERLAND) ©Europa Nostra

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