In the Baltic Sea region, people have been looking for a common historical identity since the fall of the Iron Curtain: Many towns share the Hanseatic heritage, Gothic architecture, and Protestant culture. But there is more to Baltic Sea history than that: a variety of languages, cultural diversity, and also centuries of warfare and conflicts.
Read about the Intentions of the Baltic Sea History Project.
The Baltic Sea History Project is an initiative of 14 Partners from all around the Baltic Sea.
European support and Federal funding are the financial basis for the Baltic Sea History Project.
The Baltic Sea History Project runs from July 2012 to June 2014.
Are you interested in contributing to the Baltic Sea History Project?
Become author of a topic in focus and share your expertise on Baltic Sea history.
Please contact us at info (at) balticseahistory.info
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