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Alliance Spain SVIAR021 RENO 01.08.2008 20.08.2008 18-26



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Code: SVIAR021 Year: 2008

Name: CAMINO DE SANTIAGO

Location: Canfranc, Pueblo

Project: RENO - Restoration/renovation

Initial Date: 01-08-2008 Final Date: 20-08-2008

Min Age: 18 Max Age: 26 Places: 10

Description of Workcamp:

REGION.- Region of Aragуn. Province of Huesca.

PROFILE SOUGHT:

Anyone who would like to give a helping hand in restoring

community heritage on a historical pilgrimage route

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

Continuing the tradition started in the year 2000, the work camp

proposes that the work undertaken in 2008 should also benefit the

Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route (a UNESCO World Heritage

Site).

The chosen site is located at the point where the Paseo de los



Melancуlicos meets the Picaubй forest track, just above the

railway tunnel leading into Canfranc station from the south.

It is a solidly-built edifice in reinforced concrete which blends

into the landscape and lies partly underground. The bunker is

reached by a trench which runs parallel to the forest track,

leading to a covered gallery giving access to the various rooms

where the guns were positioned.

HOW THE WORK IS ORGANISED:

The participants will first be informed by experts about the

history of the site, with emphasis being placed on the symbolic

nature of the project and the benefits it will bring to others.

Participants will completely clear and clean the site, removing

vegetation, rubbish and waste by hand and employing simple and

appropriate tools.

However, any item related to the constructions of the site will

be kept and/or recorded and will be placed in a place determined

by the Aragonese Regional Government’s heritage services.

The rubble and rubbish which the participants clear away will be

placed in an appropriate container so that it may be taken to the

local tip.

Once these tasks have been completed, participants will make and

install whatever information points and signposts are deemed

necessary to ensure that the site and its new purpose is apparent

to passers-by.

AIMS:

1. Exploit the possibilities of Contemporary Heritage sites on



the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route.

2. Clean and repair fortifications on the P Line and make them

visible.

3. Create a printed document for visitors

4. Create good working environment amongst the participants and

to encourage links between the participants and the village’s

inhabitants.

5. Involve the participants in the village’s summer activities.

6. Carry out a complementary educational programme dealing with

archaeological excavations.

7. Provide training in environmental issues and heritage and how

to preserve, respect and disseminate it.

8. Take advantage of the time spent living in the area to

understand the past and present of a small mountain village and

to appreciate the area’s various natural features as well as the

changes brought about by mankind.

9. Undertake a programme of cultural activities, handicrafts, and

sporting and mountain activities.

10. Strengthen links between the group’s members, working on

tolerance, mutual assistance, participation and cultural

exchange.



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