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What is PRAT-CARP?
Board of Directors
Good Practices Handbook
Guide of Destinations
Rock Art in Europe
Rock Art in the World Heritage List of UNESCO
Why is interesting to be member of PRAT-CARP Cultural Route?
Process & Documents
European Rock Art
Label / Day
The ERAH Label
European Day of Rock Art
The objectives of Prehistoric Rock Art Trails Cultural Route are:
To promote the study, conservation and dissemination of the first art in Europe: Prehistoric Art.
To consolidate the Prehistoric Rock Art of Europe as a high-quality destination in cultural tourism.
To foster improvements in the quality of the visitable Rock Art destinations, through the continual training of management, guides, wardens and monitors, and by upgrading the facilities.
To encourage a common European policy committed to the protection and conservation of this fragile artistic and archaeological expression, as well as its natural and cultural setting.
To make society aware of the value and interest of Rock Art.
To support the responsible management of Rock Art resources through the exchange of ideas and sharing of experiences.
To promote the development of rural areas through the dissemination of a high-quality rural tourism product: Rock Art.
To stimulate initiatives involving sustainable development strategies in Rock Art tourism.
To strengthen the foundations of the common cultural identity of Europe.