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Old City of Dubrovnik (extension) 95 Croatia C (i) (iii) (iv)
Decisions Score 1.9126457 Date 12/1994
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Culture|2030 Indicators Croatia and the city of Dubrovnik Project Page
Activities Score 1.9126457 Date 09/2022
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Culture|2030 Indicators City of Dubrovnik Urban Report
Activities Score 1.9126457 Date 09/2022
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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 1.7284504 Date 12/1991
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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 1.7284504 Date 12/1992
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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 1.6563997 Date 06/1998
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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 1.5925958 Date 12/1996
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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 1.4649751 Date 12/1998
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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 1.4608072 Date 12/1997
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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 1.3251197 Date 08/2007
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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 1.3251197 Date 09/1998
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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 1.2346075 Date 12/1994
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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 1.1686457 Date 12/1993
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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 1.1594797 Date 10/1996
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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 1.1475874 Date 12/1995
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Croatia,,[Oral report by the Secretariat]
State of Conservation Score 1.1042665 Date 12/1991
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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 1.0987313 Date 12/1991
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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 1.093168 Date 07/1992
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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 0.987686 Date 12/1998
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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 0.95632285 Date 09/1997
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48. The Bureau took note of document CLT-92/CONF.003/02 and commended the efforts of the Director-General of UNESCO for the safeguarding of the cultural heritage of Dubrovnik, particularly: - his joint appeal together with the United Nations Secretary General for a return to peace and the protection of cultural heritage; - his appeal to the various UNESCO ...
Decisions Score 0.9156095 Date 07/1992
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On 31 January 2005, the Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia sentenced retired General Pavle Strugar of the Yugoslav Peoples’ Army to eight years in prison for war crimes perpetrated in 1991. He has been found guilty of war crimes against the civilian population and, under Article 3(d) of the Tribunal’s Statute, of the destruction ...
News Score 0.8764843 Date 02/2005
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Croatia,Armed conflict; Need to extend the buffer zone,At its fifteenth session held in Carthage in December 1991, the Committee inscribed the Old City of Dubrovnik on the List of World Heritage in Danger. In July 1992, during the sixteenth session of the Bureau, it was recommended to the Croatian Authorities to create a buffer zone in order to ensure the protection of the ...
State of Conservation Score 0.8764843 Date 10/1993
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At its fifteenth session held in Carthage in December 1991, the Committee inscribed the Old City of Dubrovnik on the List of World Heritage in Danger. At the sixteenth session of the Bureau in July 1992, it was recommended that the Croatian authorities create a buffer zone in order to ensure the protection of the ancient fortress and the surrounding areas. Since the last ...
Decisions Score 0.8764843 Date 06/1993
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The World Heritage Committee, Having examined Document WHC/21/44.COM/7B, Recalling Decision 42 COM 7B.20, adopted at its 42nd session (Manama, 2018), Notes the measures being taken by the State Party to address the Committee’s previous requests to mitigate the threats to the Outstanding Universal Value (OUV) of the property, including new urban development plans and ...
Decisions Score 0.8764843 Date 07/2021
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Croatia,Armed conflict,The Bureau expressed its concern regarding the resumption of hostilities in the region. It requested the World Heritage Centre to advise the Croatian authorities to create, before the next session of the World Heritage Committee, a buffer zone which would ensure the protection of the ancient fortress and other monuments outside the city walls. The ...
State of Conservation Score 0.8642252 Date 10/1992
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Young People's Appeal from Dubrovnik We, the young people "Patrimonitos" (heritage protectors), as we call ourselves, are so happy to be here in the World Heritage City of Dubrovnik. During this forum we became aware of the importance of preserving our heritage which we consider to be our treasure, and we discussed our ideas for protecting the World heritage with the ...
Activities Score 0.8642252 Date 06/2022
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On 6 October, the Director-General of UNESCO, Koïchiro Matsuura, opened an exhibition on "World Heritage Sites in Croatia" in the presence of Mr Krešimir Filipec, Assistant Minister of Culture; Ambassador Ritz, Permanent Delegate of Croatia to UNESCO; the Mayors of Dubrovnik, Split and Togir, as well as the Deputy Mayor of Poreć and the Director of Plitvice ...
News Score 0.7808343 Date 10/2004
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Croatia Croatie Croacia Хорватия كرواتيا 克罗地亚 Vieille ville de Dubrovnik, C, 95. 1979-1994 Noyau historique de Split avec le Palais de Dioclétian, C, 97. 1979 Parc national de Plitvice, N, 98. 1979 Ensemble épiscopal de la basilique euphrasienne dans le centre historique de Porec, C, 809. 1997 Ville historique de Trogir, C, 810. 1997The Republic of Croatia
States Parties Score 0.7650583 Date 07/1992
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The World Heritage Committee, Having examined Documents WHC/17/41.COM/8B.Add and WHC/17/41.COM/INF.8B1.Add, Refers the proposed minor modification to the boundaries of Old City of Dubrovnik, Croatia, back to the State Party in order to allow it to: Explain in detail the methodological framework and rationale for the delineation of the buffer zone, also through ...
Decisions Score 0.7650583 Date 07/2017
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The World Heritage Committee, Having examined Documents WHC/18/42.COM/8B.Add and WHC/18/42.COM/INF.8B1.Add, Approves the proposed buffer zone for the Old City of Dubrovnik, Croatia; Recommends that the State Party give consideration to the following: Taking into account the fact that development outside the buffer zone may still have an adverse impact on the property, ...
Decisions Score 0.66942596 Date 07/2018
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1. Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) - US$50,000 The Bureau recommended the approval of the full requested amount of US50,000 for, inter alia, the purchase of equipment for the documentation centre; expertise for the development of a tourism development plan; promotional and educational material and activities on World Heritage in Dubrovnik. 2. Wielizska Salt Mine (Poland) - ...
Decisions Score 0.66255987 Date 12/1994
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Croatia, Armed conflict (issue resolved); Need to extend the buffer zone (issue resolved); Earthquake in September 1995 (issue resolved). ,After receiving information from the civil society, the World Heritage Centre requested the State Party to provide clarifications on a large project in the vicinity of the World Heritage property, as well as on the progress in ...
State of Conservation Score 0.6409266 Date 05/2014
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,On 28 October 2020, the international port city organization AIVP (Association Internationale Villes Ports) organized a webinar last October where representatives of UNESCO and the port authorities of Dubrovnik and Dublin were asked to reflect on this issue. Port culture and identity are part of the AIVP agenda for port cities in 2030, which proposes to promote and ...
Events Score 0.62466747 Date 10/2020
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Kyoto, (Japan) - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee today announced it removed the Old City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) and the Wieliczka Salt Mines (Poland) from its List of World Heritage in Danger due to the success of measures undertaken for their restoration and preservation. Dubrovnik, the Dalmatian Coast city dubbed "the pearl of the Adriatic" and dotted with beautiful ...
News Score 0.6173037 Date 12/1998
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The 'Pearl of the Adriatic', situated on the Dalmatian coast, became an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards. Although severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667, Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. Damaged again in the 1990s by armed conflict, it is now the ...
World Heritage Properties Score 0.6048317 Date 07/2018
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Croatia, Armed conflict; Need to extend the buffer zone ,At its nineteenth session, the Bureau took note of the information provided by the Secretariat about the progress made in the setting up of a documentation centre and coordination unit for the restoration works in the Old City and the Secretariat's cooperation with the national and local authorities in training the ...
State of Conservation Score 0.5737937 Date 10/1995
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The historical-town planning ensemble of Ston regarded as integrated cultural heritage (cultural property and cultural landscape) comprises Ston and Mali Ston, the connecting walls, the nature reserve of Mali Ston Bay, Stonsko Polje and the salt pans. The area of this cultural property includes urban ensembles developed in accordance with the configuration of the ground ...
Tentative Lists Score 0.55213326 Date 01/2005
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The Bureau took note of the information provided by the Secretariat about the progress made in the setting up of a documentation centre and coordination unit for the restoration works in the Old City and the Secretariat's cooperation with the national and local authorities in training the necessary personnel and purchasing equipment for this unit. It requested the ...
Decisions Score 0.55213326 Date 07/1995
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The organizers of a symposium on world cultural heritage, held in Hildesheim, Germany 23 February - 1 March 1997 have announced the publication of the proceedings of this symposium, entitled: "World Cultural Heritage: A Global Challenge." The work contains all the presentations and the resolution adopted at this week-long conference.Seven representative projects from all ...
News Score 0.546584 Date 09/1997
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Croatia, Armed conflict (issue resolved) Earthquake in September 1996 (issue resolved) Need to extend the buffer zone Large project in the vicinity of the property Cruise ship tourism Carrying capacity of the property Planned Sport and recreation centre with golf course and tourist settlement (issue resolved) ,On 29 November 2019, the State Party submitted a state of ...
State of Conservation Score 0.546584 Date 06/2021
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Croatia, Armed conflict (issue resolved) Earthquake in September 1996 (issue resolved) Need to extend the buffer zone Large project in the vicinity of the property Cruise ship tourism Carrying capacity of the property Planned Sport and recreation centre with golf course and tourist settlement (issue resolved) ,On 1 December 2017, the State Party submitted a state of ...
State of Conservation Score 0.4969199 Date 05/2018
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Croatia, Armed conflict; Need to extend the buffer zone ,This World Heritage site was placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger in 1991 and has since then received numerous UNESCO missions, with a view to help in the ongoing restoration process and the monitoring of the work underway. It is recalled that immediately after the bombing of the city in December 1991, the ...
State of Conservation Score 0.493843 Date 12/1994
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Venice, Italy,One year after the inauguration of the Old Bridge of Mostar, ten Culture Ministers from South East Europe will meet on the Venetian island of San Servolo on November 25 to 26 to discuss the issue of cultural heritage as an instrument for reconciliation and for economic and social development. Branko Crvenkovski, the President of the Former Yugoslav Republic ...
Events Score 0.4685006 Date 11/2005
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The Committee noted that the Bureau in examining the ten technical cooperation requests for cultural properties, two submitted by ICCROM and eight by States Parties, gave priority to activities for properties on the List of World Heritage in Danger and to those having a catalytic affect rather than for the funding of specific restoration works, in accordance with previous ...
Decisions Score 0.4417066 Date 12/1994
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Three World Heritage sites in Cyprus and a fourth in Italy have been given "enhanced protection" status by the Committee for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, which held its fifth meeting at UNESCO Headquarters from 22-24 November. The sites, which are the first to be granted this status, are Choirokoitia, Paphos (sites I and II) and the ...
News Score 0.39041716 Date 11/2010
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UNESCO today welcomed the opening of the hearings of the case of Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi before the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague for alleged war crimes and the destruction of historical monuments and buildings of religious significance, including nine mausoleums and a mosque at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Timbuktu (Mali) in 2012. This first trial at ...
News Score 0.39041716 Date 08/2016
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Historic Centre of the Town of Olinda (Brazil) - US$19,000: for a tourist study which would form part of the Urban Development Plan. Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo Monastery and Monastery of Rila (Bulgaria) - US$21,000: of which US$16,000 will be earmarked for the purchase of equipment and US$5,000 for advisory services on the nature of conservation measure to be ...
Decisions Score 0.39041716 Date 07/1994
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The World Heritage Committee, 1. Having examined Document WHC-09/33.COM/8D, 2. Recalling Decisions 30 COM 11A.2, 31 COM 11A.2 and 32 COM 8D, adopted at its 30th (Vilnius, 2006), 31st (Christchurch, 2007) and 32nd (Quebec City, 2008) sessions respectively, 3. Recalls that, as decided at its 31st session (Christchurch, 2007) by Decision 31 COM 11A.2, the World Heritage ...
Decisions Score 0.39041716 Date 06/2009
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Croatia, Armed conflict (issue resolved) Earthquake in September 1995 (issue resolved) Need to extend the buffer zone Large project in the vicinity of the property Cruise ship tourism Planned sport and recreation centre with golf course and tourist settlement ,In November 2015, a joint UNESCO/ICOMOS Reactive Monitoring mission to the property was undertaken and provided a ...
State of Conservation Score 0.37038225 Date 05/2016
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The World Heritage Committee, Having examined Document WHC-14/38.COM/7B.Add, Recalling Decision 22 COM VII.17, adopted at its 22nd session (Kyoto, 1998), Takes note of the information submitted by the State Party regarding the large project planned for the plateau of Mount Srđ and Bosanka in the vicinity of the World Heritage property; Requests the State Party to provide ...
Decisions Score 0.33127993 Date 06/2014
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The Committee decided to enter in the World Heritage List the following 45 properties: No. Name of property / State Party___________________________________________ 19 Fasil Ghebbi, Gondar Region / Ethiopia 20 Ancient City of Damascus Syrian / Arab Republic The Committee noted the reservation expressed by ICOMOS concerning the threat to the site from rapid urban ...
Decisions Score 0.31233373 Date 10/1979
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The World Heritage Committee, Having examined Document WHC/18/42.COM/7B, Recalling Decision 40 COM 7B.50, adopted at its 40th session (Istanbul/UNESCO, 2016), Notes the positive steps taken to develop an action plan for conservation and repair of inappropriate interventions to the city walls, as well as the creation of a working group to develop a Risk Preparedness ...
Decisions Score 0.27606663 Date 07/2018
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Paris - UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee will hold its annual meeting from November 30 to December 5 in Kyoto (Japan) at the close of which it will inscribe new cultural and natural sites on the World Heritage List and the List of World Heritage in Danger. Alongside the 22nd session of the Committee, UNESCO is organising another event in Japan the International World ...
News Score 0.273292 Date 11/1998
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The World Heritage Committee, 1. Having examined Document WHC-08/32.COM/8D, 2. Recalling Decisions 30 COM 11A.2 and 31 COM 11A.2, adopted at its 30th (Vilnius, 2006) and 31st (Christchurch, 2007) sessions respectively, 3. Recalls that, as decided at its 31st session (Christchurch, 2007) by Decision 31 COM 11A.2, the World Heritage Centre and the Advisory Bodies will not be ...
Decisions Score 0.273292 Date 07/2008
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Success Stories The World Heritage Convention is not only 'words on paper' but is above all a useful instrument for concrete action in preserving threatened sites and endangered species. By recognizing the Outstanding Universal Value of a site, States Parties commit to its preservation and strive to find solutions for its protection. If a site is inscribed on the List of ...
Pages Score 0.2342503 Date 03/2022
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People of Africa, the Americas, the Arab to the future world, Asia, Europe and the Pacific; men, women and children, we are all the inheritors of treasures from past civilizations and natural sites of outstanding beauty. We are all responsible for passing these treasures on civilizations. People of the world, ephemeral owners of the world heritage of humanity, ours is the ...
Activities Score 0.2342503 Date 03/2022
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The World Heritage Committee, Having examined Document WHC/16/40.COM/7B, Recalling Decisions 22 COM VII.17 and 38 COM 7B.25, adopted at its 22nd (Kyoto, 1998) and 38th (Doha 2014) sessions respectively, Expresses its concern regarding inappropriate conservation works of all parts of the City Walls and requests the State Party to implement all relevant measures, including ...
Decisions Score 0.2208533 Date 07/2016
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XV.1 In introducing this agenda item on promotional and educational activities carried out in 1996 and to examine the proposals for 1997 (as contained in Document WHC-96/CONF.201/16), the Chair stated that these activities play a vital role In enhancing the implementation of the Convention and that the Committee therefore attaches great importance to these matters. She ...
Decisions Score 0.19520858 Date 12/1996
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World Heritage Youth Forum is among the main activities of the World Heritage Education Programme designed to foster intercultural learning and exchange by bringing students and teachers together from different parts of the world. For students For students, it is a chance to meet young people from other countries, learn about their heritage, discuss common concerns and ...
Activities Score 0.19520858 Date 03/2022
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Stolac is located in the area known as Herzegovina Humina, on the tourist route crossing Herzegovina linking the mountainous hinterland in Bosnia with the coastal regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dubrovnik and Montenegro.  This road, which runs from Sarajevo via Mostar, Stolac, Ljubinje and Trebinje, enables one to reach Dubrovnik in less than four hours.  Another route ...
Tentative Lists Score 0.19324663 Date 11/2007
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Editorial World Heritage Convention XXth Anniversary Celebrations Extracts from speeches by Mr. Federico Mayor, Director-General of UNESCO Opening of the 16th Session of the Committee Site monitoring New adherents to the Convention Sites in danger throughout the world New inscriptions on the World Heritage List Strategic goals and objectives The ...
Publications Score 0.19126457 Date 02/1993
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Students' recommendations We, the participants of the first Asia-Pacific World Heritage Youth Forum are here to express our views on the importance of preserving World Heritage. We can appreciate and see all these sites because our forefathers preserved them for us and in turn, it is our duty to preserve these for our children, so they too can appreciate them and be ...
Activities Score 0.15616687 Date 06/2022
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Student's appeal "We, the youth of Africa, have met at the UNESCO World Heritage Forum for Africa in Zimbabwe (18-24 September 1996). During this week, we have discovered just how important it is to conserve and preserve our heritage. Our appeal to you is to help us carry this heritage into the future. We "Patrimonitos" are defenders of World Heritage and the leaders of ...
Activities Score 0.15616687 Date 06/2022
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Osaka, Japan, 22-29 November 1998 Objectives The objective of the youth Forum was to build a "Bridge to the New Millennium" by promoting: Peace, Restoration & Preservation, Natural Environment and Coexistence.The Forum suggested to UNESCO to "Create the ‘World Heritage Movement' with youth and children for the New Millennium". Students Final Draft of "Patrimonito's ...
Activities Score 0.15616687 Date 06/2022
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Report of the Rapporteur http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/940 whc-92-conf002-12e.pdf 940
Decisions Score 0.14493497
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The form of the town of Korčula is primarily determined by the form of the little peninsula protruding into Channel of PeljeSac, (large about l nlm), on the northern side of the island of Korčula, (superficies about 272 km2). The strategic position favoured, and the natural setting enabled its complete encirclement with walls, which correspond with the line of the sea ...
Tentative Lists Score 0.13803332 Date 01/2007
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Known as Nicaea since ancient times, İznik is located on eastern shore of Lake İznik (Askania Limne) surrounded by ranges of hills within the Bithynia (Marmara) region of Anatolia. There has been human settlement on İznik since prehistory, as witnessed by discoveries of several mounds and tumuli around. According to geographer Strabo, the ancient town was founded in 316 BC ...
Tentative Lists Score 0.13803332 Date 04/2014
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VII.28 Kakadu National Park (Australia) The twenty-first sessions of the World Heritage Committee and Bureau examined reports on the state of conservation of Kakadu National Park from the Australian authorities and the World Conservation Union (IUCN) in 1997. Reports were also examined by the twenty-second session of the Bureau of the World Heritage Committee in June 1998. ...
Decisions Score 0.136646 Date 12/1998
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Report of the rapporteur http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/754 whc-94-conf003-16e.pdf 754
Decisions Score 0.09259556
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Report http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/102 whc-97-conf208-17e.pdf 102
Decisions Score 0.09259556
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Report of the World Heritage Committee http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/904 sc-87-conf005-9_e.pdf 904
Decisions Score 0.08281998
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SITE REGION REGIONAL UNIT COORDINATES Corfu Ionian islands Corfu 19.928385 E, 39.624538 N Zakynthos Ionian islands Zakynthos 20.891944 E, 37.789444 N Koroni Peloponnese Messinia 21.961826 E, 36.794382 N Methoni Peloponnese Messinia 21.700 E, 36.8150 N Bourtzi- Palamidi- Akronafplia Peloponnese ...
Tentative Lists Score 0.08281998 Date 01/2014
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Report of the 22nd Session of the World Heritage Committee http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/183 whc-98-conf203-18e.pdf 183
Decisions Score 0.068323
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Report of the Rapporteur http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/928 whc-94-conf001-10e.pdf 928
Decisions Score 0.058562577
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Report of the Rapporteur of the 19th session of the Committee http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/799 whc-95-conf203-16e.pdf 799
Decisions Score 0.04831166
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Report of the Rapporteur http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/238 whc-99-conf204-15e.pdf 238
Decisions Score 0.047816142
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Final Decisions of the 33rd Session of the World Heritage Committee (Seville, 2009) http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/102372 whc09-33com-20e.pdf 102372
Decisions Score 0.027606662
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Decisions Adopted at the 32nd Session of the World Heritage Committee (Quebec City, 2008) http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/100946 whc08-32com-24reve.pdf 100946
Decisions Score 0.02415583
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Report of the Decisions adopted during the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee (Istanbul/UNESCO, 2016) http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/154913 whc16-40com-19-en.pdf 154913
Decisions Score 0.020704996
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Decisions adopted during the 41st session of the World Heritage Committee (Krakow, 2017) http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/159798 whc17-41com-18-en.pdf 159798
Decisions Score 0.020704996
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Report of the Decisions adopted by the World Heritage Committee at its 38th session (Doha, 2014) http://whc.unesco.org/en/documents/131277 whc14-38com-16en.pdf 131277
Decisions Score 0.020704996
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