Plaque of Honour

Its upper part consists of brass figures representing the abduction of Europe, in the central part there are twelve stars of Europe with the year the Plaque was awarded inscribed in the middle. On the lower part there is a stylized map of the Great Europe indicating the name of the prize winning municipality. It is presented to the winning municipality by a member of the Parliamentary Assembly at a ceremony to which the local population is invited. Eight to ten plaques are awarded each year.

The modern version of the Plaque of Honor, created in 2001, is a metal plate with brass figures depicting the abduction of Europe in its upper part, in its central part there is a circle of twelve stars of Europe, and in its center there is an engraving of the year, when the Plaque was awarded, and at its lower part there is a stylized map of the Greater Europe indicating the name of the prize winning municipality. The metal plate is placed on a support made of glass.

It is presented to a winning municipality by a member of the Parliamentary Assembly at an official ceremony in front of the audience of the local community. Eight to ten plaques are awarded each year.

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