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Old City of Dubrovnik (extension) 95 Croatia C (i) (iii) (iv)
Decisions Score 1.8047781 Date 12/1994
Culture|2030 Indicators Croatia and the city of Dubrovnik Project Page
Activities Score 1.8047781 Date 09/2022
Culture|2030 Indicators City of Dubrovnik Urban Report
Activities Score 1.8047781 Date 09/2022
Decision 15COM XVF Inscription on the List of World Heritage in Danger: Old City of Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia)
Old City of Dubrovnik 95 Yugoslavia Noting the state of exceptional emergency caused by the armed conflict, the Committee decided to inscribe the Old City of Dubrovnik on the List of World Heritage in Danger, in accordance with Article 11, paragraph 4 of the Convention.
Decisions Score 1.6309711 Date 12/1991
Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) The Committee took note of the report on the state of conservation of Dubrovnik, which was inscribed on the List of World Heritage in Danger, in Carthage in 1991, and was also informed of the request received by the World Heritage Centre for the creation of a buffer zone. This request will be submitted to ICOMOS for review.
Decisions Score 1.6309711 Date 12/1992
The Secretariat informed the Bureau that the Croatian authorities had submitted a substantive report on the state of conservation of Dubrovnik requesting the Committee to delete the Old City of Dubrovnik from the List of World Heritage in Danger. ICOMOS informed the Bureau that it was greatly impressed by the restoration works undertaken in Dubrovnik and that it strongly ...
Decisions Score 1.5629838 Date 06/1998
VII.2S Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) On September 5, 1996, the area of Dubrovnik was hit by an earthquake. In response to a request from the Croatian authorities, a fact-finding mission was sent to Dubrovnik late November to survey the effects of the earthquake. The expert mission reported that the earthquake caused minimum damage in Dubrovnik. Only some cracks dating ...
Decisions Score 1.5027782 Date 12/1996
VII.17 Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) On the basis of a substantive report on the state of conservation of Dubrovnik that was submitted by the Croatian authorities, ICOMOS advised that it was greatly impressed by the restoration works undertaken in Dubrovnik, and strongly supported the request made by Croatia to delete Dubrovnik from the List of World Heritage in ...
Decisions Score 1.3823549 Date 12/1998
VII.26 Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) The Delegate of Croatia informed the Committee that considerable progress had been made in the reconstruction and restoration of Dubrovnik and that an expert committee will meet in January 1998 to review the state of conservation of the city and that the Croatian authorities will inform the Bureau and the Committee of its ...
Decisions Score 1.378422 Date 12/1997
Croatia, Armed conflict (issue resolved); Need to extend the buffer zone; Earthquake in September 1995 (issue resolved). ,The Bureau at its twenty-second ordinary session examined a substantive state of conservation report on the state of conservation of Dubrovnik that was submitted by the Croatian authorities. ICOMOS informed the Bureau that it was greatly impressed by ...
State of Conservation Score 1.250387 Date 09/1998
The UNESCO World Heritage Centre is relieved that the wildfires around the city of Dubrovnik (Croatia) are now under control and would like to pay tribute to the firefighters who fought the blaze. Reports from Dubrovnik indicate that the Old City, designated a World Heritage site in 1979 and then extended in 1994, was untouched by the fire. The situation was particularly ...
News Score 1.250387 Date 08/2007
Dubrovnik (Croatia) The Committee was informed that the restoration of what is called the fifth facade of the city -the roofs- was almost completed and that there remained but a few insulae awaiting repairs, and that important progress had been made in the restoration of several of the most important monuments of the city. The Committee commended the Government of Croatia ...
Decisions Score 1.1649793 Date 12/1994
The Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) The Secretariat recalled action undertaken by UNESCO in cooperation with Croatian specialists, and indicated that the brochures prepared jointly with national authorities proved to be an excellent promotional support. A number of safeguarding measures were taken: a restoration methodology was defined; training courses were organized in ...
Decisions Score 1.1027377 Date 12/1993
Croatia, Armed conflict; Need to extend the buffer zone ,In May 1996, the first European World Heritage Youth Forum took place in Dubrovnik. One hundred students and teachers from 22 European countries met and discussed World Heritage issues. They sent an appeal to the European Ministers of Culture who were meeting in Helsinki at the same time, asking for their help in ...
State of Conservation Score 1.0940886 Date 10/1996
VII.27 Old city of Dubrovnik (Croatia) The Committee, having taken note of the difficulties which hindered the execution of the programme for which it had approved funds in 1994, requested the Secretariat to continue monitoring its implementation and to present a progress report to the Bureau at its twentieth session. The Committee decided to retain this property on the ...
Decisions Score 1.0828669 Date 12/1995
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State of Conservation Score 1.0419892 Date 12/1991
27. Special attention was given by the Committee to the dangers threatening the World Heritage sites during armed conflict. The Secretariat informed the Committee of the situation of the historical City of Dubrovnik. It also announced the decision of the Director-General to launch an international campaign for the restoration of Dubrovnik. 28. Aware of the fact that it ...
Decisions Score 1.0367662 Date 12/1991
Decision 16BUR VI49 Monitoring of the state of conservation of cultural World Heritage properties, and related technical problems - Monitoring of the state of conservation of properties in Mediterranean countries
49. The Bureau took note of the information provided by the Secretariat and decided to set aside a sum of US$30,000 for urgent activities to be undertaken for the restoration of Dubrovnik.
Decisions Score 1.0315167 Date 07/1992
Decision 22COM VIII.2 Removals from the List of World Heritage in Danger: Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) & Wieliczka Salt Mines (Poland)
VIII.2 The Committee recalled that, having examined the state of conservation of properties inscribed on the List of World Heritage in Danger, it had decided to delete the following two properties from the List: Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) On the basis of a substantive report on the state of conservation submitted by the authorities of Croatia, the positive advice of ...
Decisions Score 0.9319835 Date 12/1998
Croatia, Armed conflict; Need to extend the buffer zone; Earthquake in September 1995 ,The Committee at its twentieth session requested the State Party to submit, by 15 September 1997, an overall state of conservation report, so the Committee may consider whether Dubrovnik could be deleted from the List of World Heritage in Danger. At the date of preparation of this ...
State of Conservation Score 0.90238905 Date 09/1997