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Patrimonio Mundial 88: Patrimonio Mundial en Bahrein
Patrimonio Mundial 88: Patrimonio Mundial en Bahrein
  ste año, el Comité del Patrimonio Mundial celebra su 42ª reunión en Manama, capital de Bahrein. Bahrein, que apoya desde hace tiempo la Convención del Patrimonio Mundial, ya presidió el Comité en su...

Patrimonio Mundial 89 - Humedales
Patrimonio Mundial 89 - Humedales
Los humedales son un aspecto esencial, pero a menudo pasado por alto, en nuestro entorno  natural.  Son  fuentes  vitales  de  biodiversidad  y  adoptan  muchas  formas distintas – desde lagos, ríos y...

Patrimonio Mundial 90 - Historias Exitosas
Patrimonio Mundial 90 - Historias Exitosas
La Convención del Patrimonio Mundial es un instrumento jurídico. Al adherir a ella, los países se obligan a proteger el patrimonio dentro de sus fronteras y a abstenerse de tomar medidas deliberadas...

Patrimonio Mundial 91 - Cuidades Amuralladas
Patrimonio Mundial 91 - Cuidades Amuralladas
Las murallas urbanas históricas se utilizaron una vez para la división y la protección, y siguen siendo un legado de las complejas relaciones entre las personas y su entorno. Hoy en día, representan...

Patrimonio Mundial 92 - Patrimonio Mundial en Azerbaiyàn
Patrimonio Mundial 92 - Patrimonio Mundial en Azerbaiyàn
Me siento especialmente complacida porque la 43ª reunión del Comité del Patrimonio Mundial se celebre en Bakú, Azerbaiyán. Estamos muy agradecidos a nuestros generosos anfitriones por haber organizado...

Patrimonio Mundial 93 - Las Rutas de la Seda
Patrimonio Mundial 93 - Las Rutas de la Seda
Las Rutas de la Seda abarcan algunos de los sistemas más fascinantes y complejos de la historia de las civilizaciones del mundo. Una red cambiante de caminos y senderos para el comercio que evolucionó...

Patrimonio Mundial 94 - Nuevos Sitios
Patrimonio Mundial 94 - Nuevos Sitios
La Convención del Patrimonio Mundial de 1972 es realmente única. Es el solo instrumento jurídico concebido para proteger tanto el patrimonio cultural como  el  natural,  basado  en  el  principio  del...

Patrimonio Mundial 95:  Interpretación y COVID-19
Patrimonio Mundial 95: Interpretación y COVID-19
El año 2020 comenzó con una crisis sanitaria sin precedentes que nos ha afectado a cada uno de nosotros. Inevitablemente, los sitios del Patrimonio Mundial también han sufrido. El abrupto cese del...

Subscription: World Heritage (1 year)
Subscription: World Heritage (1 year)
World Heritage magazine presents and promotes the preservation of our World Heritage, with detailed feature articles and news items about the most outstanding cultural and natural sites around the...
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Subscription: World Heritage (2 years)
Subscription: World Heritage (2 years)
World Heritage magazine presents and promotes the preservation of our World Heritage, with detailed feature articles and news items about the most outstanding cultural and natural sites around the...
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Suscripción: Patrimonio Mundial (1 año)
Suscripción: Patrimonio Mundial (1 año)
La revista Patrimonio Mundial es publicada por la UNESCO y Publishing for Development cuatro veces al año en inglés, francés y español. Cuatro números (1 año) Périodique, fotografías en color Format:...
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Suscripción: Patrimonio Mundial (2 años)
Suscripción: Patrimonio Mundial (2 años)
La revista Patrimonio Mundial es publicada por la UNESCO y Publishing for Development cuatro veces al año en inglés, francés y español. Ocho números (2 años) Périodique, fotografías en color Format: ...
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World Heritage Review 76 - World Heritage in Germany
World Heritage Review 76 - World Heritage in Germany
The annual session of the World Heritage Committee is a crucial period for the Convention, and we are grateful to Germany for hosting us this year. The 39th session of the Committee is taking place as...

World Heritage Review 80: World Heritage in Turkey
World Heritage Review 80: World Heritage in Turkey
The 40th session of the World Heritage Committee is taking place in Istanbul from 10 to 20 July 2016, and we are extremely grateful to Turkey for generously hosting this session....

World Heritage Review 81: World Heritage and Urban Heritage
World Heritage Review 81: World Heritage and Urban Heritage
Cities are among the most quickly evolving environments on the planet. Over half of the world’s population lives in cities today, and knowing how to manage these urban areas as they grow, so that we...

World Heritage Review 82: African Heritage and its sustainable development
World Heritage Review 82: African Heritage and its sustainable development
In this issue we are pleased to focus on the heritage of Africa and its sustainable development. The diversity and wealth of African heritage is extraordinary, from its large-scale ecosystems to...

World Heritage Review 83: Museums and visitor centres
World Heritage Review 83: Museums and visitor centres
Thousands of museums are located in and around World Heritage sites. Site museums preserve the integrity of the sites through conservation efforts, but also enhance interpretation and visitor...

World Heritage Review 84: Special Issue - World Heritage in Poland
World Heritage Review 84: Special Issue - World Heritage in Poland
This year, the World Heritage Committee will meet for its 41st session in the World Heritage site of the Historic Centre of Kraków. We are very pleased to be hosted by Poland, an early supporter of...

World Heritage Review 85: World Heritage and Modern Heritage
World Heritage Review 85: World Heritage and Modern Heritage
Modern heritage – the architecture, town planning and landscape design of the modern era, or the last two hundred years or so – is still underrepresented on the World Heritage List. And yet it is an...

World Heritage Review 86: World Heritage and Reconstruction
World Heritage Review 86: World Heritage and Reconstruction
While conflicts continue to inflict damage – much of it intentional – on heritage sites, reconstruction becomes a critical topic for discussion. The recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction of...

World Heritage Review 87: World Heritage and illicit trade
World Heritage Review 87: World Heritage and illicit trade
The illicit trafficking of cultural objects depletes cultures of their identity and contributes to lucrative unlawful trade, which helps to finance terrorism and organized crime....

World Heritage Review 88: World Heritage in Bahrain
World Heritage Review 88: World Heritage in Bahrain
This year, for its 42nd session, the World Heritage Committee is hosted by Bahrain in its capital city of Manama. Bahrain has long dedicated its support to the World Heritage Convention, and already...

World Heritage Review 89 -  World Heritage and Wetlands
World Heritage Review 89 - World Heritage and Wetlands
Wetlands are an essential, but often overlooked, aspect of our natural environment. They are vital sources of biodiversity and take many different forms – from lakes, rivers and swamps, to deltas and...

World Heritage Review 90 -  World Heritage Success Stories
World Heritage Review 90 - World Heritage Success Stories
The World Heritage Convention is a legal tool. In adhering to it, countries commit to protect heritage within their borders and to refrain from any deliberate measures that might damage directly or...

World Heritage Review 91 - Walled cities
World Heritage Review 91 - Walled cities
Historic urban walls were once used for division and protection, and remain a legacy of the complex relations between people and their environment. Today, they represent a fascinating aspect of...

World Heritage Review 92: Special Issue - World Heritage in Azerbaijan
World Heritage Review 92: Special Issue - World Heritage in Azerbaijan
Baku has always been at the crossroads of cultures. Situated along the western shore of the Caspian Sea, it is part of ancient trade routes from the Central Asian steppe towards Europe, and was the...

World Heritage Review 93: The Silk Roads
World Heritage Review 93: The Silk Roads
The Silk Roads encompass some of the most complex and fascinating systems in the history of world civilizations. A shifting network of roads and pathways for trade that evolved over centuries, it...

World Heritage Review 94: New Sites
World Heritage Review 94: New Sites
Twenty-nine sites were added to the World Heritage List at the 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee held in Baku, Azerbaijan from 30 June to 10 July 2019.   This issue will present each new...

World Heritage Review 95: Interpretation and COVID-19
World Heritage Review 95: Interpretation and COVID-19
The year 2020 began with an unprecedented health crisis that has affected all of us. Inevitably, World Heritage sites have suffered too. The abrupt halt in travel and tourism cut off the stream of...