Saint-Martin

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Saint-Martin

Rue de Bourglinster
L-6112 Junglinster

Church | XVIII | Baroque | Roman Catholic Church

Disabled access Toilets Organ Graveyard

1st meeting day open churches: Securing our church buildings

Conference

18 October 2019 : 13.30 - 18.00

1st meeting day open churches: Securing our church buildings

Our religious and cultural heritage in its diversity and uniqueness is presentable. The doors should be open not only to tourists, but also to the locals, so that they can admire the well-preserved churches. But how can we ensure that the churches do not suffer any damage? that nothing is stolen? or that the space is defaced by vandalism? 

Speakers are representatives of the police, the State Museum, the LSRS, the ORT Mëllerdall and others.  

The target audience are (full-time and volonteer) members of various parish committees, members of municipality councils and boards, church and tourist guides, representatives of the diocese, and other people who work for the religious and cultural heritage in our villages and towns or are active in the tourism industry.  

Language: the lectures will be held in Luxembourgish.  

The exact programme will be available from mid-September.

Registration: https://forms.gle/9j8DfyN7upj8wN3M6

or contact oppekierchen@ewb.lu or T. 44 743 340 quoting the course number 19 5440K. 

Contact

ErwuesseBildung
oppekierchen@ewb.lu
Partners: ErwuesseBildung en collaboration avec la paroisse Regioun Iechternach Saint-Willibrord, ORT Mëllerdall

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Saint-Martin

Saint-Martin

L-6112 Junglinster

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