Bricks for all the senses – 18 June 2022 is Brick Gothic Day

Make a note of 18 June 2022, the Day of Brick Gothic. — Throughout this day, you can enjoy many special events, exciting guided tours and exclusive insights organised by numerous members of the European Route of Brick Gothic. On Saturday 18 June 2022, several German and Polish towns and cities along the European Route […]

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EuRoB on TV

On the occasion of our General Meeting 2021 in Neubrandenburg, North German television and radio (Norddeutscher Rundfunk, NDR) were on site and made a film for a TV magazine called “Nordmagazin”. The TV reportage can be found here.

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The Brick Gothic working group introduces itself

In September 2020, architectural historian Dirk Schumann and EuRoB Executive Director Dr. Edith Kowalski took part in the 15th International Congress of Brick Architecture in Wismar and presented her scientific working group on Brick Gothic, which is affiliated with the European Route of Brick Gothic. The conference proceedings were published in May 2021. You can […]

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World Heritage and Brick

The 2021 annual edition of the magazine WELT-KULTUR-ERBE of the Hanseatic cities of Stralsund and Wismar with the thematic focus “World Heritage and Brick” is now available, with an article on the European Route of Brick Gothic (in German): Universeller Wert eines universellen Baumaterials – Das internationale Netzwerk Europäische Route der Backsteingotik e.V. (Universal value […]

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News at the beginning of the year

Dear Friends and Supporters of Brick Gothic At the beginning of 2021, we are starting a new challenging but also exciting year. Working group on monument preservation / science issues On February 24th, 2021 from 5 p.m., our working group on monument preservation / science issues will meet for an online session via Zoom. The […]

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Glædelig jul

„In the calm and quiet twilight on the border between day and night the huge remains of past centuries still stand, and rise up in pointed arches and vaults as witnesses of earlier great past above the ailing present.“ Dear Friends and Supporters of Brick Gothic This saying by the 19th century painter Caspar David […]

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Rostock now a member of the European Route of Brick Gothic

Rostock, with its typical Brick Gothic architecture, was one of the most important Hanseatic cities in the Middle Ages alongside Lübeck and Wismar. It has now joined the Danish, German and Polish “European Route of Brick Gothic” network. With this membership, the Hanseatic university city of Rostock aims to make its many Brick Gothic architectural […]

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Brick Gothic group tours for the first time starting in 2020

Due to high demand, the association European Route of Brick Gothic offers group trips to the top Brick Gothic sights starting next year! The trips are organised in cooperation with the tour operator ReiseMission. The cooperation between the association and the tour operator begins with the group trip “Mecklenburg Brick Gothic in Six Days”, which […]

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Day of Brick Gothic 2019

15 June 2019 is the Day of Brick Gothic! In Germany, Denmark and Poland, numerous members of the European Route of Brick Gothic invite the public on this day to enjoy special events, fascinating tours and exclusive insights. Several German, Polish and Danish cities along the European Route of Brick Gothic will celebrate the Day […]

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New information boards unveiled at 5 cultural monuments in Flensburg

Photo, from left to right: Monument curator and European Route of Brick Gothic Association board member Eiko Wenzel, Tourism Manager Gorm Casper (from the Flensburger Förde tourism agency), Pastor Sylvia Fuchs from St. Mary’s, Pastor Dr Marcus Friedrich from St. Nikolai Cathedral. The information boards in the design of the European Route of Brick Gothic […]

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