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Le Festival Lire les Montagnes célèbre la littérature alpine

La Convention alpine organise la troisième édition du Festival Lire les Montagnes. L’événement organisé le 11 décembre, Journée internationale de la montagne, est l’occasion de célébrer la littérature, les langues et les cultures alpines et de promouvoir le patrimoine alpin.

Le Festival se compose de nombreux événements qui se déroulent dans des villes à travers l’Europe et aussi au Népal, organisés par plus de 100 partenaires provenant des Alpes, à savoir des parties prenantes, des écoles, des bibliothèques, des particuliers, etc.

Le Festival Lire les Montagnes est aussi un moyen de relier les gens au-delà de l’éloignement physique. Amoureux des livres et auteurs, alpinistes et artistes à travers toutes les Alpes (et au-delà) peuvent discuter de questions similaires et évaluer la signification, l’impact et le but de la littérature alpine.

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29 novembre 2017

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