There is always something going on in THE HANSA!
Here you will find news from the Union of Cities and its almost 200 Hanseatic member cities.

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Valmiera Museum: new exhibition

The new exhibition of the Valmiera Museum was opened on 18 July this year during the Valmiera City Festival. "Discover the history of Valmiera!" invites you to "de Woldemer". It is located on the grounds of Valmiera Castle - the oldest wooden building in the city and the new glass house next to it. Modern architecture and respect for cultural heritage, contemporary design and a modern historical story stand side by side here.

Launch of Hansa England Cycle Route

Launch of the Cultural Route "Hansa England"

Am 10. September wurde die Kulturroute „Hansa England“ eröffnet. Die Route markiert einen bedeutenden Meilenstein bei der Würdigung der reichen historischen und kulturellen Verbindungen zwischen England und der Hanse.

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HANSEartWORKS: Exhibition catalogue 2023 is online

The catalogue of HANSEartWORKS 2023 "Following the Common Path" is now online. The exhibition took place during the 43rd International Hanseatic Day in Torun, Poland. The publication presents the works created especially for the exhibition by artists from the cities of THE HANSA.

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Welcome to the 43rd International Hanseatic Day!

The Polish Hanseatic city of Torun is inviting visitors to the 43rd International Hanseatic Day from June 22 to 25 under the motto "In the Orbit of Cities". Nearly 80 Hanseatic cities and numerous guests from home and abroad are expected to celebrate the Hanseatic cultural heritage together.

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Novel "Hanse Links" released

On 5 April, the novel “Hanse Links” – a joint creative project of schools in five countries – was officially presented to the public in Lübeck, Germany. The Hanseatic League was characterized by exchange and cooperation between people and cities in large parts of Northern Europe. Today, strong links between Hanseatic cities still exist. This is what the novel “Hanse Links” shows us perfectly.