The Roman Emperors and Danube Wine Route spreads through five countries of the Middle and Lower Danube Region – Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania – encompassing 23 archeologic sites and 12 wine regions. Presenting shared cultural heritage and identity, the Route is already a part of the network of European cultural routes.
The Roman Emperors and Danube Wine Route Theme consists of the archaeological sites with their individual (unique) histories that are monuments to the leadership of the Roman emperors in the introduction of Roman culture along the northern frontier of the Empire. The Danube Wine Route incorporates the same regions which continue the tradition of wine production begun in Roman times. The wine, as the key subtheme, blends in conceptually with the introduction of Roman culture and social mores into the Danube region.
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