A group of students from the universities of Durham, Newcastle, Liverpool and Cambridge – universities that offer Catalan studies with the support of the Institut Ramon Llull – made a cultural journey to Palma to take part, from 1st to 7th April, in the activity “Following in the Footsteps of Ramon Llull”, designed to shed light on the figure of the Mallorcan philosopher through guided tours, cultural walks and literary workshops.
The cultural journey basically visits the different places and buildings in Palma where the footprints of Ramon Llull can be found, and which tell us about the different aspects of his life and work. From 1st to 7th April, the students went on several guided tours, including the Monastery of La Real, the museum-house of Miramar, the Puig de Randa or the Serra de Tramuntana, enlightened by the explanations of experts such as Concepció Bauçà de Mira or Gabriel Enseny.
The project is part of the activities to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the death of Ramon Llull, and it is the result of the collaboration between different institutions, among them the Government of the Balearic Islands, the Institut d’Estudis Baleàrics, the Institut Ramon Llull and the universities of Durham, Newcastle, Liverpool and Cambridge.
The activity is part of the activities to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the death of Ramon Llull
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