Sunday, November 20, 2005

World Heritage Forum

Go to Matthias Ripp's World Heritage Forum

This website is run by Matthias Ripp "to support the exchange of information on UNESCO World Heritage topics and UNESCO World Heritage Sites" and to serve as a starting point for people who are interested in these issues. The associated Weblog contains Ripp's reports about new developments, conferences, etc. in the field of UNESCO World Heritage.

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