ASSOCIATION EUROPEAN NETWORK OF PLACES OF PEACE (ENPP)
ENPP was founded in May 2010 in Evoramonte, a small village in southern Portugal where was signed the peace treaty that ended the unique civil war this country had undergone over 900 years of history, and established the aim to aggregate within it all places over Europe integrating on its intangible heritage the Peace treaties signed there.
With Evora Monte (Portugal) have joined, in recent years, other villages, towns and cities across Europe: Hubertusburg/Wermsdorf (Germany), Wageningen (Netherlands), Altranstädt (Germany), Trencin (Slovakia), Sofia (Bulgaria), Edirne (Turkey), Zadar (Croatia), Vasvár (Hungary), Kaynardzha (Bulgaria) among others, united by the same objectives:
-Conduct regular celebrations of its Peace Treaties and Conventions
-Contribute to the enhancement of places in Europe where peace treaties and conventions were signed
-Set up a EUROPEAN PEACE ROUTE linking all the places where Peace Treaties and Conventions were signed (Places of Peace Route - The Peace Heritage Tourism in Europe)