‘Our goal was to state clearly, through a symbolic, emblematic act, that culture in Europe needs to be one of the strengths in the construction of Europe.’ 1,991 more words
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The past few years have seen national and international interest in Valletta gain steady momentum, widely instigated by the events and dialogue surrounding the V18 project. 858 more words
Following Hull’s recent success, a meeting will be held next month that will begin the conversation on whether Leeds should put itself forward to become the 2023 European Capital of Culture.
Coventry councillors are considering an ambitious double bid for the city to become both UK and European City of Culture.
It would mean Coventry bidding to become UK City of Culture for 2021. 97 more words
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Marseille-Provence 2013, European Capital of Culture, will be a meeting point for culture, politics and the economy. Here, where we like to show our differences, stage our disagreements and glorify our contradictions, being the European Capital of Culture is a revolution that we will share with you. 379 more words
Glasgow European City of Culture 1990
During the 19th century, Glasgow flourished as a centre of textile manufacturing, shipbuilding, and the coal and steel industries. The city was also the centre of Britain’s munitions industry during the two world wars by providing arms and ships. 1,210 more words
A BIG Congratulations to Hull who have been named as the UK’s City of Culture 2017. Due to the success of Liverpool’s year as European Capital of Culture (ECoC) in 2008, the UKs government Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) now appoint a city within the UK for the period of one year as… 1,472 more words