Journées européennes du patrimoine : Allemagne  

 

2014


Thème

Couleur

Date

14 septembre 2014

Site web

www.tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de

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2013


plakat

Thème

Beyond the good and the beautiful: Inconvenient heritage?

Date

8 septembre 2013

Site web

www.tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de

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2012


Thème

Le bois

Date

9 septembre 2012

Site web

www.tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de

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(anglais seulement)

 

For ages wood was the most important building material in Europe. This year’s theme of the Heritage Day in Germany, the "Tag des offenen Denkmals", focuses on this important material of craft and art and invites everybody to get granular on this material. Timber is available everywhere, can be used for different purposes and is a sustainable resource. The range of historic examples varies from neolithic settlements to medieval ships and impressive historic roof structures. Rather small items like furniture and musical instruments are important time-documents, too. Sometimes wood can be – despite the challenging problems of restoration and conservation – a lucky chance for scientific dating: The method of dendrochronology offers the possibility of an exact dating of wooden finds.

 

The “Tag des offenen Denkmals” is one of the most important cultural events in Germany. In 2011 more than 4,5 million people took the chance to pay a visit to one of the 7.500 participating sites and buildings, lots of them not accessible for the rest of the year. The “Deutsche Stiftung Denkmalschutz” (German Foundation for Monument Protection), which is coordinating the “Tag des offenen Denkmals” nationwide, provides free material and service for the local organizers and offers a nationwide online-programme containing detailed information about every event at the website www.tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de. There is also a free mobile-app for iPhones and Android-smartphones which allows users to browse the programme and look for events nearby. For further information please visit our website or follow us on facebook.

 

2011



© ML Preiss, Deutsche Stiftung Denkmalschutz, Bonn

Thème

Romantisme, réalisme, révolution - Le XIXe siècle

Date

11 septembre 2011

Site web

www.tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de

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(anglais seulement)

 

The 19th century was a time of great inventions, dramatical changes and historical moments. This year’s theme of the Heritage Day in Germany, the "Tag des offenen Denkmals", invites everybody to dip into this epoch and its built heritage. “Romantism, realism, revolution - The 19th Century“ is the headline for the opening of usually locked places and for various events and guided tours. The Deutsche Stiftung Denkmalschutz is coordinating this day nationwide. There is a wide range of possible destinations: rebuilt castles or ruins with stunning views, neo-classical churches or once aspiring health resorts with their enjoyable infrastructure may as well be visited as industrial architecture, witnesses of technical progress and working-class-quarters.

 

The public interest in national heritage is still at a high level: In 2010 more than 4.5 million visitors attended the German “Tag des offenen Denkmals”. Above 7.500 opened monuments and sites in exceeding 2.600 towns and cities participated at the Heritage Day.

 

We support the local organisers by providing free brochures, posters and other material, which are also available via our website. Especially for teachers and people involved in youth-work we provide a brochure to give suggestions for possible events concerning the “Tag des offenen Denkmals”. All brochures can be downloaded at www.tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de/mitmachen/download.html.

For regular news and helpful information visit our website or follow us on facebook (“Tag des offenen Denkmals”).

 


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