Travel, encounter and experience German heritage alongside the Danube
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Explore the Danube Region

Many towns between the cities of Ulm and the Serbian capital Belgrade are connected to migratory movements of the 18th century. This website introduces 80 cities and villages in Germany, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Croatia an their history linked to migration from the southwest of Germany.

 

 

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For travelling along the Danube we also recommend you the website www.danubetour.eu.

About the project

Under the heading “Migration in the Danube Region”, seven museums in four different countries have been investigating the cultural heritage of German settlers along the Danube. The first part of the project is a travelling exhibition with accompanying catalogue. The second part of the project is this website which can be used as a virtual guide book. The project is coordinated by the Danube Swabian Central Museum Ulm (DZM) and was funded by the EU’s cultural programme.

 

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