From the Media - Part 5

posted by maximilian hartmuth on 2005/05/14 13:21

[ From the Media ]

Between May 12-14 500 experts from 50 countries will have convened in Vienna's city hall on a UNESCO conference to discuss possibilities for development of historic cities. Read the full article (in German) on Die Presse

The urban ensembles in Southeast Europe listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List are: Nessebar (Bulgaria), Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir (Croatia), Sighisoara (Romania), Kotor (Serbia-Montenegro), Ohrid (Macedonia) and Istanbul (Turkey).




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