The Etruscan Network – Italy

The Etruscan Network is a project of the Phoenicians’ Route – Cultural Route of the Council of Europe that combines archaeological museums and sites linked to the Etruscan world, a mysterious and fascinating civilization who still...

The Phoenicians’ Route – Tunisia

The great Phoenician colonial expansion has marked, in particular, the history of the area that today corresponds to Tunisia. Here, in fact, at the end of the IX century BC, and more specifically in...

The Phoenician’s Route – Sicily

Over its history, situated among the routes that have been crossing the Mediterranean for thousands of years, according to the myth’s language used by Homer, Sicily has seen different dominators coming in succession in...

The Phoenicians’ Route – Cyprus

Cyprus has always been considered the island of Aphrodite; no other place in the world, in fact, can boast of having given birth to the Goddess of Love. Real jewel in the Mare Nostrum,...

The Phoenicians’ Route – Malta

The Phoenicians are the first to discover the extraordinary strategic position of Malta, and have chosen it as base of their fervid commercial activities for over 300 years. The toponym “Malta” should derive from...

The Phoenicians’ Route – Spain

The Iberian Peninsula represents the westernmost point of the Phoenician-Punic expansion in the Mediterranean. Despite its position at the extreme borders, both classical historians and archaeological remains show that this territory has been chosen as...

The Hannibal Pathway – France

An itinerary on the footsteps of the epic enterprise of the most famous Carthaginian historical character, born in 2008 in collaboration with the UNESCO Unitwin Network “Culture, Tourism, Development”, the Hannibal Pathway is an...

The Phoenicians’ Route – Sardinia

Centrally located along the Mediterranean routes, Sardinia plays a very important role in the history of that age. The first traces of the Phoenicians date back to ancient times and are linked to the...

The Phoenicians’ Route – Greece

In the fight that counterposed  the expansionist Egypt to the Syrian and  Mesopotamian principles,  starting from the XVI century BC , and then to the Hittites, the Phoenician coastal cities enjoyed of a relative...

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