Convention concerning the protection of the world cultural and natural heritage

 CONVENTION CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF THE WORLD CULTURAL AND NATURAL HERITAGE

The General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization meeting in Paris from 17 October to 21 November 1972, at its seventeenth session,
Noting that the cultural heritage and the natural heritage are increasingly threatened with destruction not only by the traditional causes of decay, but also by changing social and economic conditions which aggravate the situation with even more formidable phenomena of damage or destruction,

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Convention on the means of prohibiting and preventing the illicit import, export and transfer of ownership of cultural property

 Records of the General Conference
Sixteenth Session Paris, 12 October to 14 November 1970

Volume I
Resolutions

 Note on the Records of the General Conference

The Records of the sixteenth session of the General Conference are printed in four volumes:
The present volume, containing the Resolutions adopted by the Conference and the list of officers of the General Conference and of the Commissions and Committees (Volume I);

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Venice Charter

INTERNATIONAL CHARTER FOR THE CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF MONUMENTS AND SITES (THE VENICE CHARTER 1964)
IInd International Congress of Architects and Technicians of Historic Monuments, Venice, 1964.
Adopted by ICOMOS in 1965.
Imbued with a message from the past, the historic monuments of generations of people remain to the present day as living witnesses of their age-old traditions. People are becoming more and more conscious of the unity of human values and regard ancient monuments as a common  

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Industrial Heritage

Joint ICOMOS – TICCIH Principles for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage Sites, Structures, Areas and Landscapes
«The Dublin Principles»
Adopted by the 17th ICOMOS General Assembly on 28 November 2011
Preamble
Around the World, a great diversity of sites, structures, complexes, cities and settlements, areas, landscapes and routes bear witness to human activities of industrial extraction and production. In many places, this heritage is still in use and

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Industrial Archaeology Publication

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Butrint- a place in peril?

Urban Forum Richard Hodges 2 3

Voskopoja Panels

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AHF Annual Report

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Butrinti ne shekuj

Butrinti ne Shekuj

Article on Butrint in the BBC website

Albania dusts off ancient treasure

By Brian Ayers

Former Director of the Butrint Foundation

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