hidden europe: European Day of Languages
Cultural assets are things to cherish. Scan the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and it will be clear that Europe bristles with treasures: from the cultural landscapes of the high valleys of Andorra to the wooden churches of northern Romania. Michelangelo paintings and Gothic cathedrals are self-evidently worth hanging onto. Yet some of Europe’s most important cultural assets are utterly intangible.
Take language, an asset we too often take for granted. Most Europeans somehow learn to get in Portugal, Poland, and Germany respectively.
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