Via Querinissima is proud to present the rebranding of the logo.
The rebranding prefers to iconise the concept of networking and travel. The stylised figures with recurring thicknesses and shapes trace the concept of the route as opening, route, departure, return and connection by sea and land.
On the way to Council of Europe certification
The Cultural Routes programme (DG Democracy) was initiated by the Council of Europe in 1987 with the Declaration of Santiago de Compostela.
The Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe are an invitation to travel and to discover the rich and diverse heritage of Europe by bringing people and places together in networks of shared history and heritage. They put into practice the values of the Council of Europe: human rights, cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue and mutual exchanges across borders.
Via Querinissima Network
“Borders? I have never seen one – but i have heard they exist in the mind of some people” said the greatest norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl. Ours is a journey without borders, with new eyes, to discover yourself meeting other people.”
Via Querinissima International Cultural Association is a network which aims at creating, implementing and developing the cultural route along the journey did by Pietro Querini in the XV century.