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National Commissions



Relevant efforts to diffuse
HERITY at a National level were made in several Countries. Anyway, where needed, Regional Commissions are being setting up to be more adherent to contemporary World reality.







 


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HERITY Wizard's Days



The second
HERITY Wizard's Day was held in Brno (Czech Republic), on October 20th 2017, focused on "Rehabilitation Quality on Industrial Heritage Abandoned Buildings and Areas".
Conclusions and contributions are published here (EN).

1st HERITY Wizday proceedings (IT)

 

CERTIFICATIONS
Renewals and new entries

Italy reaches the fourth round of certificatons at the same site.
Anyway, some important places like the Rome Historical center World Heritage site are late, in spite of the previous successful publication of the pilot itinerary
"2000 years of history in only 3 kilometers" including 12 of the most famous monuments in 8 languages (English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Arab and Chinese). Last new entries in the same Country was the Abbey of S. Galgano, near Siena and the Ravines area in Apulia.

 








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C.U.R.A. Vademecum

The HERITY C.U.R.A. (Culture Under Respect and Attention) vademecum is a recent effort started during the 2016 Jubilee Year to inform pilgrims and visitors about the consequences of their unconscious behaviour when frequenting a sacred place, a monument, a museum, an archaeological site and other places of culture. In fact, it was revealed that 44% out of the injuries suffered by Cultural Heritage in Rome are due to the unawareness of people.





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