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  • The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the cultural and tourism sector is being felt across Europe and the...
    Survey: Covid-19 and the Cultural Routes of...
  • NordForsk is announcing phase two of its call for proposals under the Nordic Programme for Interdisciplinary Research. The top...
    NordForsk announces second round in call for...
  • Great pictures can speak volumes. Give it your best shot. Try to take the best photography ever and express...
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  • Jury Motivation: The "St. Olav Waterway" connects three countries by a historic pilgrimage route. The jury acknowledges this interesting idea...
    DEVELOPMENT AWARD St. Olav Waterway - A Nordic...
  • The Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes (EPA) Secretariat is pleased to announce the release of the 2019 Activity...
    2019 ACTIVITY REPORT - The Cultural...
  • Scandinavia has a large amount of pilgrim routes. Some suited for spiritual walks, others for hiking. Some routes are...
    Focus forward
  • Nordic Culture Point administers four grant programmes, which are divided into six different funding options. The programmes provide the...
    Culture and Art Funding
  • King Olav Haraldsson II was killed in the battle of Stikelstad north of Trondheim, Norway in 1030. The battle...
    Celebrations in Grisslehamn
  • Following discussions in cabinet session, the Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs, the Ministry of Agriculture...
    Norwegian Study Visit Report
  • Pilgrimages are a global phenomenon and are common among all the great religions. In recent years, interest in walking...
    1000 kilometres of pilgrim paths in Västra...
  • “I really like walking all day long.” We met Maria from Stockholm when she was on her way to...
    I really like walking all day long...
  • ”To learn about the history as you’re walking across the country makes the walk more special” – meet Michelle...
    To learn about the history...
  • More and more people from Australia are traveling all the way to Scandinavia to experience the St. Olav Trail....
    Nature is our religion
  • Leanne is a twenty-eight year old photographer from Kent in the South-East of England who walked St. Olavsleden in...
    Leanne became a pilgrim and a bride
  • Tommy and Sigrid live seven kilometers after the start of St. Olavsleden, in Gisselåsen. The couple has become a...
    Fika at Gisselåsen
  • – Meet Runa & Ger on their way from Selånger to Trondheim Torfhildur Runa Gunnarsdottir from Iceland and Ger...
    ”There are no disturbances here”

About ACSOW

Association for the Route of St. Olav Ways (ACSOW) is a certified cultural route. The Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe are key resources for responsible tourism and sustainable development. They cover a range of different themes, from architecture and landscape to religious influences, from gastronomy and intangible heritage to the major figures of European art, music and literature.

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