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Cultural Landscape of Sintra

Advisory Bodies Evaluations
1995 Advisory Body Evaluation (ICOMOS)
1995 Cultural Landscape of Sintra - Map of the inscribed property
2017 41COM 8E - Adoption of Retrospective Statements of Outstanding Universal Value
2010 34COM 7B.92 - Cultural Landscape of Sintra (Portugal) (C 723)
2009 33COM 7B.116 - Cultural Landscape of Sintra (Portugal) (C 723)
2008 32COM 8D - Clarifications of property boundaries and sizes by States Parties in response to the restrospective inventory
2007 31COM 7B.116 - Cultural Landscape of Sintra (Portugal)
2006 30COM 7B.89 - State of Conservation (Cultural Landscape of Sintra)
2005 29COM 7B.81 - Cultural Landscape of Sintra (Portugal)
2004 28COM 15B.77 -
2003 27COM 7B.72 - Cultural Landscape of Sintra (Portugal)
2002 26COM 21B.66 - Cultural Landscape of Sintra (Portugal)
2001 25BUR V.281 - State of conservation
2000 24COM VIIIiii.35-43 - State of conservation reports of cultural properties which the Committee noted
2000 24BUR IVB.75 - Cultural Landscape of Sintra (Portugal)
1995 Report of the 19th Session of the Committee
1995 19COM VIIIC.1 - Inscription: Sintra Cultural Landscape (Portugal)
Mission reports
2000 Report on the Joint ICOMOS/IUCN Mission to evaluate the state of conservation of the Cultural Landscape of Sintra (Portugal), 28 October – 3 November 2000
Periodic Reporting
2014 Periodic Reporting Cycle 2, Section II
2006 Periodic Reporting Cycle 1, Section II (Summary)
State of conservation reports
2010 State of conservation reports
2009 State of conservation reports
2007 State of conservation reports
2006 State of conservation reports
2005 State of conservation reports
2004 State of conservation reports
2003 State of conservation reports
2002 State of conservation reports
2001 State of conservation reports
2000 State of conservation reports

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