Twelve endangered heritage sites from nine European countries have been shortlisted by an advisory panel for the 7 Most Endangered programme 2022 run by Europa Nostra and the EIB Institute and supported by Creative Europe.

Ranging from one of the most authentic polder landscapes in Europe, located in Belgium at the Dutch border to an iconic building part of one of the oldest spa resorts in our continent, in southwest Romania, and from the last remaining industrial hub in Stockholm to sites of architectural, religious, military and artistic significance in Albania, Spain and Ukraine, the sites are:
– The Zogu Bridge (Albania)
– The Récollets Convent, Nivelles and the Doel Village and Cultural Landscape (both in Belgium)
– Garden City La Butte Rouge, near Paris (France)
– Historic Centre of Stolberg (Germany)
– Neptune Baths, Băile Herculane (Romania)
– Orléans-Borbón Palace, near Cádiz and the Synagogue of Híjar/Church of St. Anthony, Híjar, (both in Spain)
– Industrial Area of Lövholmen, Stockholm (Sweden)
– Crèvecoeur Fortress, Den Bosch, (The Netherlands)
– Sculptural Compositions of Buchach Town Hall and Sanguszko Palace (both in Ukraine).

The 7 Most Endangered 2022 laureates will be announced in the spring of 2022.

The EIB Institute has been partnering since 2013 with Europa Nostra to safeguard cultural heritage notably through the 7 Most Endangered programme mobilises public and private partners on a local, national and European level to find a viable future for endangered monuments and sites in Europe.