Interreg Greece-Italy Programme celebrates the European Cooperation Day with an event “Cultures on the road: path and theatrical stories of cooperation on 1-2-3 October 2021 in Monte Sant’Angelo, Minervino di Lecce, Margherita di Savoia and Castel del Monte-Andria in Puglia.
Three days to know and discover the Apulian landscapes and history by walking along the cooperation paths mapped out by “Cohen – Coastal Heritage Network” and “TheRout_Net – Thematic Routes and Networks” projects.
Music, theatre, performances and dance will animate the itineraries, which combine walks with cultural workshops, paths with stories, testing a form of slow and innovative tourism that involves culture in all its aspects and expressions.
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We will celebrate ECDay on Sunday, 3rd October 2021 10.00 a.m. with the event Challenges in Caravan In collaboration with Apulia Felix.
A walk around Castel del Monte, Unesco World Heritage Site, to discover the landscapes, the environment and the stories of Murgia, narrated by the voice of Filippo Tito. Along the way, the travellers will stop to watch the show “Sfide sui generis” with the Alkemia Quartet and soprano Ripalta Bufo. The artists will perform pieces by G. F. Haendel, D. Seidenberg, G. Rossini, J. Venuti, G. Sollima, E. Morricone, S. Grappelli, M. Bazar and F. Zappa.
Meeting point: Agriturismo Sei Carri-Andria
Duration of the walk: about 3 hours
Length of the route: from 3 to 5 kilometres
The European Cooperation Day is an initiative promoted by the European Union, on 21 September each year, to reflect on and highlight the results achieved by the 72 Territorial Cooperation Programmes financed throughout the territory of the Union. Under the motto “Sharing borders, growing closer”, we celebrate the cooperation work between Puglia and Greece, which together face the common challenges of territorial development, promotion of culture, tourism and identity.
The European Cooperation Day is coordinated by the Interact Programme with the support of the European Union and co-financed by the ERDF, European Regional Development Fund.