Historical cities and the built heritage Conservation and development : How? With whom? And why?
After Kyoto, Florence, Barcelona, Xi'an, Krakow and Montpellier, the City of Montréal will be welcoming the 8th World Conference of Historical Cities, from October 6 to 8, 2003.
At this unique event, a first in North America, the elected officials of member cities of the League of Historical Cities, an international organization bringing together 61 cities in 49 countries, will share their experiences, discuss their approaches to their built heritage and compare their results.
This Conference is a fascinating opportunity for elected municipal officials, heritage managers, researchers and anyone interested in these issues.
You can get more information and register for the Conference at the website below.
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