The launch of the partnership between UNESCO's World Heritage Centre, Hewlett Packard and National Geographic Maps will take place at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, at 11h00 in the 7th floor restaurant.
The event will also celebrate the publication of the first World Heritage Map produced by the partnership, featuring the 812 World Heritage sites.
Representatives of the three partners will speak, including: Francesco Bandarin, Director of the World Heritage Centre; Bernard Meric, Senior Vice President of External Affairs, Hewlett Packard; and Allen Carroll, Chief Cartographer and Executive Vice President of National Geographic Maps.
For more information about the partnership and the World Heritage Map, see the attached document.
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