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Port, Fortresses and Group of Monuments, Cartagena (Colombia) World Heritage assistance has led to the preparation of a municipal legislation for the historical centre. Further assistance was approved by the Bureau for the preparation of a Master Plan for the centre in relation to an overall urban development plan. The Committee was informed of the plans to construct a new bridge, the Heredia Bridge, between the town and Fort San Felipe, just outside the ramparts of the city. This bridge would seriously affect the visual aspect of the site and would disrupt the visual and functional ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Port, Fortresses and Group of Monuments, Cartagena
Country: Colombia
Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu (Peru) As part of the assistance provided by the World Heritage Fund, an international archaeological seminar was held in September 1993 with the participation of national and international experts and bilateral cooperating agencies. The seminar concluded that coordination should be improved among institutions dealing with the Park's management, that an inventory of the cultural and natural resources should be pursued and that archaeological research and conservation actions should be redefined. The preparation of an operational plan for the Park should ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu
Country: Peru
San Francisco de Lima (Peru)  Restoration of this convent, now forming part of the site of the Historical Centre of Lima, continues with the support of national agencies and bilateral cooperation. Improvement of the environment of the convent will be undertaken in the context of a major rehabilitation plan for the Historical Centre of Lima.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic Centre of Lima
Country: Peru
City of Quito (Ecuador) A master plan for the historical centre is in preparation and numerous restoration works have been undertaken over the past years. Advice on the structural reinforcement of some of the churches will be provided in 1994 with the financial support of the World Heritage Fund. Restricted financial resources, however, have slowed down the restoration programme.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: City of Quito
Country: Ecuador
Salvador de Bahia (Brazil) Major works are in progress for the restoration and renewal of the historic city, particularly the Pelourinho area. The new functions of this area and the relocation of its inhabitants is of great concern. Involvement of the cultural heritage and planning institutions is required. With World Heritage support, an international team of experts, together with local and regional authorities, will look into this matter in early 1994.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic Centre of Salvador de Bahia
Country: Brazil
Portobelo-San Lorenzo (Panama) The state of conservation of the site had beens studied by an expert mission in 1993. The mission concluded that the Fortress of San Lorenzo was in an acceptable state of conservation, although stone conservation requires some special attention. The city of Portobelo is under pressure from increased population and deficient infrastructure. An action plan was drawn up for the execution of the necessary archaeological survey before construction works are undertaken in the town. Underwater excavations should not be considered as a ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Fortifications on the Caribbean Side of Panama: Portobelo-San Lorenzo
Country: Panama
La Fortaleza and San Juan Historic Site, Puerto Rico (United States of America) Conservation operations in San Juan are of high quality and well carried out in collaboration with the Park Service. No specific problem areas were identified.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: La Fortaleza and San Juan National Historic Site in Puerto Rico
Country: United States of America
Historic Centre of the Town of Olinda (Brazil) Olinda has been included in a major IDB-funded tourism development project for the north-east of Brazil. Management and conservation of the cultural heritage resources in the context of the urban cultural and tourism development in Olinda should therefore require special attention.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic Centre of the Town of Olinda
Country: Brazil
Tikal National Park (Guatemala) A well structured management plan for the Park as a whole was required. Stone and stucco conservation was of concern and the creation of an in-situ stone conservation laboratory should be considered. Sub-regional cooperation with other archaeological sites (e.g. Copan) should be promoted.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Country: Guatemala
City of Potosi (Bolivia) Sanitation of the river La Ribera was considered a priority as this affects both the historic fabric and the health of the population. Furthermore, special attention is required for the restoration and upgrading of the housing stock and the archaeological industrial heritage. The capacity of the municipality to enforce protective legislation should be increased. World Heritage assistance for the conservation of recently discovered mural paintings in La Merced should be considered. Implementation of such assistance could be facilitated through already existing ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: City of Potosí
Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
Historic City of Sucre (Bolivia) The City of Sucre was judged as relatively well preserved and the awareness of the city's values well developed. The development plan for Sucre would, however, need to reinforce aspects of cultural heritage preservation.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic City of Sucre
Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
City of Cusco (Peru) Major urban rehabilitation projects were underway. The designs for the Plaza de Armas and the archaeological area around Qoricancha has to be carried out by specialists of the highest level and discussed thoroughly with the local and the scientific and professional communities. Institutional cooperation between the municipality and the Institute for Culture would have to be improved, particularly in relation to the Qoricancha project.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: City of Cuzco
Country: Peru
Colonial City of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) A Master Plan for the Colonial City had been prepared reflecting an integral view on conservation including social and urban issues. This plan has to be adopted and implemented, and special attention has to be given to housing rehabilitation. The tourism development programme 'Cuna de America' is intended to stimulate cultural tourism whilst controlling its negative side effects.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Colonial City of Santo Domingo
Country: Dominican Republic
Old Havana and its Fortifications (Cuba) In spite of a very well developed institutional structure, conservation efforts are seriously hindered under the present conditions in Cuba. A severe hurricaine struck Cuba in March 1993 causing serious damage to the site. Emergency assistance was underway for the restoration of the buildings surrounding the La Plaza Vieja. The monitoring mission recommended that World Heritage assistance be given to housing rehabilitation. The Committee commended the efforts of the State Party to safeguard the city and the important role on the national and ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Old Havana and its Fortification System
Country: Cuba
Trinidad and the Valley de los Ingenios (Cuba) It was reported that the town of Trinidad is generally well conserved, although shortage of specific building materials caused some problems. It is advisable to plan restoration of archaeological and architectural sites within a global plan, which would also take into account tourism development as well as proposed hydraulic projects.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Trinidad and the Valley de los Ingenios
Country: Cuba
Brasilia (Brazil) The protected zone of Brasilia named "El Poligono" was deemed well preserved in spite of considerable population growth. Conservation interests and urban development have to be fully integrated. The Committee was informed that Brazil intends to organize and host an international forum on the conservation of this 35-year old city. The Committee welcomed this important and appropriate initiative.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Brasilia
Country: Brazil
Island of Mozambique (Mozambique) A detailed programme for the recuperation of the island of Mozambique had been prepared by the national authorities, including aspects such as infrastructure, social, economic and cultural development, tourism, housing, education and archaeology. International and bilateral cooperation was being sought for the implementation of the recuperation plan and it was recommended to organize a donor conference.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Island of Mozambique
Country: Mozambique
Maya Site of Copan (Honduras) Studies and works in Copan are generally conducted according to high scientific standards. Special attention should be paid to the conservation of stone and stuccos. The original sculptures will be placed in a site museum and the replicas on the original sites. It is recommended to redefine the boundaries of the "Copan Archaeological Park" and to prepare an extension of the site. Furthermore, the management plan for the site should be updated.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Maya Site of Copan
Country: Honduras
Chan Chan Archaeological Zone (Peru) Conservation and maintainance of this very extensive archaeological site requires continuous efforts. Continued research on conservation techniques for adobe structures is necessary. An interregional training course on adobe conservation was in preparation between ICCROM, CRAterre, and the Regional Project. The issue of invasions and land occupation by farmers needs to be addressed immediately in order to rapidly and permanently reclaim and secure the site's intangible zone.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Chan Chan Archaeological Zone
Country: Peru
Chavin (Archaeological Site) (Peru) Due to the remoteness of this site and the lack of sufficient human and financial resources, it required major technical cooperation. The site is subject to ongoing deterioration that could only be reversed by integral site management. Emergency assistance is required for cleaning and maintaining the site and treatment of the stone reliefs.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Chavin (Archaeological Site)
Country: Peru
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