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ENPP held its Annual General Meeting

In online format, ENPP held its Annual General Meeting on April 7, at 4 pm (Portuguese time), to discuss and vote on the management documents for the year 2021 (Rendering of Accounts and Management Report) and the Activities Plan for 2022, and an assessment of the ongoing projects at the Association was also made. The […]

Évora Monte (Portugal) has a new Promotional Video

  The historic town of Évora Monte (Portugal) launched a new promotional video of its Historical, Architectural and Landscape Heritage, in an initiative of the local Parish Council. The video, entitled “Évora Monte – A Mountain of Emotions” invites the visitor to enjoy the built heritage (Torre/Paço, Igreja de Santa Maria, Capela da Misericórdia, Medieval […]

SOLIDARITY WITH THE UKRAINIAN PEOPLE

A truck with 24 tons of equipment and essential goods left the city of Estremoz (Portugal) on March 12 for the city of Khotyn (Ukraine), both partner cities of the European Network of Sites of Peace (ENPP). This solidarity shipment of goods and equipment responded to an appeal by the Mayor of Khotyn, Mr. Andryi […]

THE CITY OF KHOTYN (UKRAINE) JOINED ENPP

By decision of its City Council on 26 November 2021, the city of Khotyn, Ukraine, made official its membership of the European Network of Places for Peace, thus expanding to 10 the number of European countries that comprise it. The city of Khotyn, with a population of about 11,000 inhabitants, is located in the southwest […]

Street Crib returns to the Historic Center of Évora Monte (Portugal)

After a few years of interregnum, the Street Crib  de Évora Monte will once again be available for visits in the Historic Center of this Portuguese town until the next 7th of January. Built in 2006 by the Évora Monte Castle Frienship Association (LACE), a member of the ENPP and by the town’s population, this […]

Évora Monte (Portugal) opened its Peace Treaty Interpretive Center

The town of Évora Monte (Portugal), where on May 26, 1834 the Peace Treaty which ended the bloodiest Portuguese civil war was signed, opened today, December 10, 2021, the Interpretative Center of that Peace Treaty, in the small house where it was signed. The Interpretive Center is divided into 3 rooms and is equipped with […]