It can be seen as a route of dialogue between Europeans and the Christian faith; while being part of the major pilgrimage axis to Rome and to Jerusalem. The Via Romea Germanica also joins a branch of the Via Francigena on its way to Rome.
Collection: Aplications, Images, Multimedia, Texts
Project: 10. Churches and religions in Europe., 9. Travels and travelers: economic, social and cultural connections.
Chronology: 13th century - today
Scope: Secondary Education, Higher Education
Resource type: Website
Source: Via Romea Germanica
Language: English, Italian and German
Date: 13th century - today
Owner: Filippo Galletti (Modernalia)
Copyright: Via Romea Germanica
Abstract: Website of the Cultural Route of the Council of Europe.