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Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Congonhas (Brazil) In general, the ensemble of Bom Jesus do Congonhas had been well preserved. However, architecture of mediocre quality has a negative affect on the surroundings of the site. Furthermore, regarding the physical state of conservation, specific problems were identified in parts of the woodwork in the main ship of the church and the mural paintings inside the chapel. Measures have to be taken to improve this situation.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Congonhas
Country: Brazil
Jesuit Missions of Guaranis (Argentina/Brazil) The Missions of Guaranis are nowadays used for tourist purposes and research. They are located in an aggressive natural environment. The successful restoration of the Missions on Brazilian territory was almost completed. Regarding the Argentina missions, restoration activities have focused on one mission, San Ignacio Mini. A more global approach was recommended as well as increased sub­regional cooperation. The Brazilian Delegation informed -the Committee that steps towards such cooperation were already being taken by the countries of ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Jesuit Missions of the Guaranis: San Ignacio Mini, Santa Ana, Nuestra Señora de Loreto and Santa Maria Mayor (Argentina), Ruins of Sao Miguel das Missoes (Brazil)
Country: Argentina Brazil
Jesuit Missions of the Chiquitos (Bolivia) While in the beginning of the twentieth century emphazis was laid on reconstruction, in later years attention gradually shifted to the restoration of authentic elements. Because the missions are located within villages, modernization constitutes a permanent threat to the site. Legal protection had therefore to be strengthened.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Jesuit Missions of the Chiquitos
Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
National Historic Park - Citadelle, Sans Souci, Ramiers (Haiti) A major ISPAN/UNDP/UNESCO project considerably contributed to the preservation and enhancement of the site and training of local personnel. The present economic and social situation has caused a serious decline in funding. But minimum and regular maintenance is being ensured by the national institute, ISPAN. Legal protection and management should be improved. Consolidation of the Sans Souci Palace and the rehabilitation of the Royal Gardens is required. The Committee commended the Regional Project for the pioneer role in ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: National History Park – Citadel, Sans Souci, Ramiers
Country: Haiti
Delphi (Greece) In response to recommendations made by the Bureau in June 1993, the Greek authorities informed that no permission had been granted for the construction of an olive packing unit within the protection Zone A.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Archaeological Site of Delphi
Country: Greece
Samos (Greece) The Greek authorities informed the Bureau at its seventeenth session that a road project would be undertaken under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture and that this project would not endanger the site nor the Eupalinos Tunnel. The Central Archaeological Council recently informed the Centre that the proposed road project has been rejected. The municipality was therefore studying alternative solutions that would not affect the protected area.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Pythagoreion and Heraion of Samos
Country: Greece
Historic Centre of Puebla (Mexico) The Secretariat informed the Committee that several letters had been received on a tourism development project that would imply the demolition of historic buildings. The Delegate of Mexico informed the Committee that a decree had been published in the Official Journal of Puebla on 13 August 1993 for the elaboration of an Urban Development Plan, and not a Tourist Development Plan, for a specific sector of the town, and that this was an urban instrument defined by the General Law for Human Settlements, according to standards set by the Ministry of ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic Centre of Puebla
Country: Mexico
Old Town of Avila (Spain) In October 1993 the Centre was informed of a project to construct a new bridge over the river Rio Adajo just outside the historic walls of the city and close to the Roman bridge. ICOMOS reported that the bridge would directly affect the view on the city. The Spanish Delegation informed the Committee that complementary information from the municipal authorities was expected and that as soon as this was available, the Centre would receive a report in this respect. The Committee expressed its concern on this matter and requested the Centre to inform the municipal ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Old Town of Ávila with its Extra-Muros Churches
Country: Spain
Burgos Cathedral (Spain) The Committee took note of the information received from the national and local authorities, that confirm the creation of an Advisory Council for the Cathedral with the participation of the Ministry of Culture, regional and local authorities, the university and others. This Council established a Master Plan for the Cathedral in which priorities were defined for all restoration works and other interventions.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Burgos Cathedral
Country: Spain
Hadrian's Wall (United Kingdom) The Committee expressed its concern regarding the project for a trail on top of Hadrian's Wall which would affect the archaeological values of the site and requested the Centre to inform the United Kingdom authorities accordingly.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Frontiers of the Roman Empire
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Hanseatic City of Lubeck (Germany) The Delegate of Germany informed the Committee that the invitation to ICOMOS to visit the Hanseatic City of Lubeck had been postponed until after the upcoming municipal elections.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Hanseatic City of Lübeck
Country: Germany
Bahla Fort (Oman) The Delegate of Oman informed the Committee that the authorities were studying the necessary restoration works of the Bahla Fort and that a report would be presented to the Centre as soon as possible.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Bahla Fort
Country: Oman
Santa Maria Maggiore/San Giovanni Laterano (Holy See) The Observer of the Holy See informed the Committee that over the last years extensive conservation work has been carried out in the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore. The Observer also gave details of a terrorist attack which damaged the Basilique of San Giovanni Laterano. The Committee expressed its concern about the cultural heritage being the object of terrorist actions and transmitted its sympathy to the Vatican authorities.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic Centre of Rome, the Properties of the Holy See in that City Enjoying Extraterritorial Rights and San Paolo Fuori le Mura
Country: Holy See
Pueblo de Taos (United States of America) The Committee recalled that ICOMOS reported to the Bureau at its seventeenth session on the state of conservation of Pueblo de Taos. The Committee took note of the information received from the Governor of Pueblo de Taos and expressed its concern about threats to the site and local traditions, particularly the proposed extension of Taos Airport. The Committee requested the Centre to communicate these concerns to the Government of the United States, asking for detailed information on the conservation and management of the ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Taos Pueblo
Country: United States of America
Kasbah of Algiers (Algeria) The outgoing Rapporteur presented to the Committee the main content of the report prepared by the Algerian authorities, and informed that legislative measures and urban enhancement were already underway or in preparation for the safeguard and rehabilitation of the Kasbah of Algiers. This report was transmitted to ICOMOS for evaluation and monitoring.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Kasbah of Algiers
Country: Algeria
Auschwitz Concentration Camp (Poland) Following remarks made by the Observer of Tunisia, the Committee recommended that the Centre examines the integrity of this property inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1979 and informs the next session of the Bureau.  
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Auschwitz Birkenau
German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp (1940-1945)

Country: Poland
Angkor (Cambodia) A new Government had been constituted and was actively pursuing cooperation with their partners of the international community towards national reconstruction and development. The UNESCO Secretariat has made every effort to assist the new government in meeting the commitments which the Head of State, His Majesty Norodom Sihanouk, had made at the time of inscription of Angkor on the List of World Heritage in Danger. On the first recommendation set out by the Committee at the time of inscription: enactment of adequate protective legislation, the following had been ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Angkor
Country: Cambodia
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 France and Italy for Croatian architects; equipment and materials were purchased for the restoration of roofs. These UNESCO activities, undertaken in liaison with the Institute for the Protection of Cultural ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Old City of Dubrovnik
Country: Croatia
Saint Sophia (Turkey) During the official visit of the Director-General of UNESCO to Turkey in April 1993, the Turkish authorities drew his attention to the deteriorating state of conservation of Saint Sophia. Subsequently, a mission financed by UNESCO took place to assess the state of conservation of Saint Sophia and concluded that the building was not seriously at risk. However, it was proposed to set up a system of control, especially with regard to all movement which could affect the structure of the building. The evaluation report of the mission would be made available to the ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic Areas of Istanbul
Country: Turkey
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg (Russian Federation) At the request of the authorities of the Russian Federation, the Director-General decided to launch a large scale project for the rehabilitation of the Hermitage Museum. Two missions were organized in 1993 in which experts of the Kimbell Art Museum of Houston, and the Metropolitan Museum, New York, (USA) participated. Furthermore, UNESCO requested a consultant engineering firm in Edinburgh, (UK), to identify different components for a rehabilitation programme for the Hermitage Museum. This group of architects/engineers visited the site ...
Session: 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (CONF 002)
Year: 1993
Sites: Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments
Country: Russian Federation
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