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Istanbul (Turkey): view from the Galata Tower across the Golden Horn.
Sylt (Germany)
Córdoba (Spain): view of the Roman bridge across the river Guadalquivir.
Sylt (Germany)
Castle of Alaró (Mallorca, Spain)
Old bridge across the Guadalqivir river near Italica (Spain)
Sylt (Germany)
Roman amphitheatre in Italica near Sevilla (Spain)
Great Mezquita of Cordoba (Spain)

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  • Bund Heimat und Umwelt (BHU)

    The main web site of the BHU provides you with information about the news, events and activities. You will find also background information regarding the organs, structure, history etc.
    http://www.bhu.de | Read more

  • CFP reform Watch

    The aim of the site is to provide simple access to information on the ongoing reform of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP), in order to facilitate news reporting and extend stakeholder involvement.  It also sets out to ensure a transparent and open CFP reform process by publishing relevant key information, publications and positions.
    http://http://cfp-reformwatch.eu/ | Read more

  • CIVILSCAPE internet

    The web site provides you with many useful informations related to our organisation, members and partners. You will also find further information related to the European Landscape Convention like news, events, publications and a link list.
    http://www.civilscape.eu | Read more

  • Committee of the Regions (CoR)

    On the sides of the CoR, the user is an outline of the institution, an overview of its functional commissions, as well as activity reports, opinions, agendas and press releases.
    http://www.cor.europa.eu/pages/HomeTemplate.aspx | Read more

  • Council of Europe

    Home to the extensive and frequently updated web site of the Council of Europe. In addition to an overview of the history, structure and organization, there are particular references to the areas of human rights, culture and social affairs.
    http://www.coe.int | Read more

  • Council of the European Union

    The Council offers a relatively sparse summaries of Council meetings, press statements, the detailed time schedules of Council of Ministers, the Committees of Permanent Representatives and the Council working groups. The homepage of the Council is also the entrance to the sides of the High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy and the EU military missions.
    http://www.consilium.europa.eu | Read more

  • Deutsches Forum Kulturlandschaft

    The German Cultural Landscape Forum is an informal network of German organisations. The web site provides information about the partners and the ongoing activities. Most information are given in German, but a some pages are translated.
    http://www.forum-kulturlandschaft.de | Read more

  • Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes

    The Cultural Routes programme was launched by the Council of Europe in 1987. Its objective was to demonstrate, by means of a journey through space and time, how the heritage of the different countries and cultures of Europe contributes to a shared cultural heritage.
    http://http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/cultureheritage/culture/Routes/Default_en.asp | Read more

  • European Council

    Since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, the European Council now has its own website. Highlight the information on its President and its activities.
    http://www.european-council.europa.eu | Read more

  • European Court of Auditors

    Good and customized overview of the operation and activities of the Court with reports, statements and special reports. High-yield, the annual reports and a multilingual bibliography on the European Court of Auditors.
    http://eca.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/eca_main_pages/home | Read more

  • European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)

    The sides of the EESC (Users only in English and French, with documents in all official languages) provide an overview of the functions and structure of the institution, reports from the floor, all opinions of Committee and a newsletter. Via a link bar to access specific policy points.
    http://www.eesc.europa.eu/ | Read more

  • European Free Trade Association (EFTA)

    The pages of the individual EFTA institutions provide - only in English - an overview of joint work and organization of the four remaining Member States.
    http://www.efta.int/ | Read more

  • European Landscape Convention

    The Council of Europe is providing this official web site regarding the European Landscape convention:
    As a reflection of European identity and diversity, the landscape is our living natural and cultural heritage, be it ordinary or outstanding, urban or rural, on land or in water.
    http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/cultureheritage/heritage/Landscape/default_en.asp | Read more

  • European Ombudsman

    Home page of the European Ombudsman, with references to decisions, activities, appropriate national bodies and petitions and appeals options.
    http://www.ombudsman.europa.eu | Read more

  • European Parliament

    The sides of the EP offers a wealth of documents and extensive information about tasks and activities of the EP and the Member. The section 'Activities' provides information on legislation with parliamentary participation and the work of the EP committee, hearings and conferences. The offer of the EP is regularly updated and includes the ability to track selected plenary sessions live on the Internet.
    http://www.europarl.europa.eu | Read more

  • European Union (trio) presidencies

    With the Lisbon Treaty, the importance of the EU presidency has fallen. Simultaneously, the team presidency is the media promoted, say the performances are standardized.
    http://www.consilium.europa.eu/showPage.aspx?id=695 | Read more

  • European Union Commission

    EU's official home page of the European Commission is central home to institutions and policies of the EU, and close to official information and documents the Community. A search engine facilitates the search of the extensive range.
    http://www.europa.eu/ | Read more

  • European Union calendar

    Current schedules of various EU institutions with information on committee and committee meetings.
    http://europa.eu/eucalendar/ | Read more

  • European Union legislation

    The 'Summaries of EU legislation' website presents the main aspects of European Union (EU) legislation in a concise, easy-to-read and unbiased manner. It forms part of the Europa portal, which is published by the EU institutions.
    http://europa.eu/legislation_summaries/index_en.htm | Read more

  • European Union publications

    The European Centre for Official Publications. The publishing house of the Community, with references to all publications of the EU institutions, public tenders (with order function).
    http://www.publications.europa.eu/ | Read more

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