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On Tuesday 29 April 2014, this training initiative day brought together some twenty heritage mediators - "Villes et Pays d’art et d’histoire" group leaders, lecturer guides, educational group leaders from wine museums, etc. This fell within the scope of the 2014 interregional cooperation initiatives project "Showcasing and promoting Loire Valley vineyards", a European Leader programme, bringing together the Loire Touraine GAL (Local Action Group), the Vignoble Nantais GAL and the Layon Saumurois GAL.
The Cloister of la Psalette, adjoining to Tours Cathedral, has seen the rebirth of a garden which is open from 16 May to 21 September 2014 and where activities will take place throughout the season.
The publication of the CAUE de Maine-et-Loire, IMAGO, has published a new issue dedicated to the work of this architect who has left a huge mark on contemporary architectural culture, particularly in Anjou. There was also an exhibition on him from 2 April to 6 June 2014.
On Tuesday 24 June 2014 in Tours and Savonnières, in homage to the multifaceted work of François Beaudouin, Mission Val de Loire and the general inventory mission of cultural heritage, alongside numerous partners, will together consider the transmission of this knowledge both to the scientific community and to those fond of the river. His talented and pioneering work, his know-how and his capacity to pass on his knowledge will be highlighted.
From 6 May to 1st June 2014, the Maison de Loire in Anjou, the Loire Authion Valley Distric Community and the Loire Authion Tourist Office - all three organisers of this big intercommunal celebration - bring the region to life with the colours of Canada for several weeks, with the guest river of honour THE SAINT-LAURENT.
The UNESCO “River Culture” Chair is now a reality, under the joint aegis of the Universities of Tours (Karl Wantzen, IMACOF) and Angers (Aziz Ballouche), in partnership with Mission Val de Loire.
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28 May 2014

Feedback on 2014 mediator encounters

One hundred participants came together in mid April in Beaugency and Saumur to share their mediation approaches to the basics of the UNESCO listing of the Loire Valley world heritage. In the afternoon, workshops facilitated the initial stages of co-construction of two initiatives: creating a tool...

28 May 2014

Training initiative on interpreting the Loire winegrowing landscape

On Tuesday 29 April 2014, this training initiative day brought together some twenty heritage mediators - "Villes et Pays d’art et d’histoire" group leaders, lecturer guides, educational group leaders from wine museums, etc. This fell within the scope of the 2014 interregional cooperation initiati...

27 May 2014

A temporary garden at the Cloister of la Psalette

The Cloister of la Psalette, adjoining to Tours Cathedral, has seen the rebirth of a garden which is open from 16 May to 21 September 2014 and where activities will take place throughout the season.

27 May 2014

What do you think about the living environment landscapes in Pays de la Loire?

From June to September 2014, in order better get to know what qualities locals give to their everyday landscape, the Pays de la Loire DREAL (Regional Directorate for the Environment, Development and Housing) is conducting sociological interviews with elected representatives, residents, technician...

27 May 2014

Pierre Prunet. Legacy and creation

The publication of the CAUE de Maine-et-Loire, IMAGO, has published a new issue dedicated to the work of this architect who has left a huge mark on contemporary architectural culture, particularly in Anjou. There was also an exhibition on him from 2 April to 6 June 2014.

27 May 2014

Day in homage to François Beaudouin

On Tuesday 24 June 2014 in Tours and Savonnières, in homage to the multifaceted work of François Beaudouin, Mission Val de Loire and the general inventory mission of cultural heritage, alongside numerous partners, will together consider the transmission of this knowledge both to the scientific co...

23 May 2014

Great Rivers of the World Biennial: the Saint-Laurent

From 6 May to 1st June 2014, the Maison de Loire in Anjou, the Loire Authion Valley Distric Community and the Loire Authion Tourist Office - all three organisers of this big intercommunal celebration - bring the region to life with the colours of Canada for several weeks, with the guest river of...

23 May 2014

The Loire Valley on TV

TF1 broadcast "4 saisons sur la Loire" (4 Seasons on the Loire) on 18 May, which can be watched on replay. France 3 Centre and Pays de la Loire relive the adventure "Vues sur Loire à vélo" (Views of the Loire by bike) in 5 episodes, the first of which was shown on 24 May.

23 May 2014

Tributaries of the Loire

Edition no.130 (special edition) of the magazine 303 is dedicated to the tributaries of the royal river that irrigate the region, from Saumur to Saint-Nazaire. The Thouet, the Authion, the Loir, the Sarthe, the Mayenne, the Maine, the Layon, the Èvre, the Hâvre, the Erdre, the Sèvre Nantaise and...

12 May 2014

Launch of the “River culture” UNESCO Chair

The UNESCO “River Culture” Chair is now a reality, under the joint aegis of the Universities of Tours (Karl Wantzen, IMACOF) and Angers (Aziz Ballouche), in partnership with Mission Val de Loire.

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