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Via Francigena Survey, Assessment & Guidelines

Objectives of these guidelines are: (a) Ensure a complete and adequate survey of the Francigena Route route; (b) Assess present trail conditions; (c) Provide shared guidelines for trail improvement actions. Annex 1 provided an example of survey forms filled for Tract 1 to 3 of the trail, while Annex 2 provides the technical guidelines with graphical sketches drafted for trail improvement interventions. Both docs are in Italian. Within CERTESS, Partner 8 has translated into Czech three Annexes (zip file enclosed)

Digital path management

With the digital path management software, the German Hiking Association offers an innovative tool for an online path management system. The concept is practical and effective for securing, editing and managing hiking or other paths’ data. Besides the pure data management, the software also offers the possibility of coordinating technical path works and facilitates the communication between all involved parties. Thus, the system guarantees the path maintenance with consistent standards.

Methodological notes on Via Francigena

Main objectives of these methodological notes issued as Annex A to DGR n.820/2007 are to: (a) Mark the Via Francigena (VF) historical trail on the regional technical map at scale 1:10.000; (b) Identify & design for a permanent pedestrian, cycling & horse riding trail along the old alignment; (c) Identify the historical, artistic, monumental, archaeological and environmental points of interest to be improved and restored where necessary; (d) Identify the actions required for improving and upgrading the touristic hospitality structures; (e) Identify the actions required for implementing

Route of Fortified Churches in Romania

B2 SERVICES > Information + B3 POINTS OF INTEREST > Cultural heritage | This Good Practice is part of a programme of information activities on the Route of Fortified Churches pertaining to the cultural landscape of 7 rural villages of Southern Transylvania founded in the middle ages by immigrant German Saxons and dominated by their fortified churches (once more than 300), that illustrate building styles from 13th to 16th century. Identified villages were listed in 1993 under n.596 in UNESCO World Heritage List. The Route initiative started in 2007 with support from EICR.

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