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  • Content / Sommaire Introduction To Cultural Landscapes ..................................................................................................................... 5

    Definition ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5 History And Terminology ................................................................................................................................................. 5 Categories ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Inscription Of Cultural Landscapes On The World Heritage List ..................................................................................... 6

    Introduction Aux Paysages Culturels .................................................................................................................... 7

    Dfinition ......................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Histoire Et Terminologie .................................................................................................................................................. 7 Catgories ...................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Inscription De Paysages Culturels Sur La Liste Du Patrimoine Mondial.......................................................................... 8

    World Heritage Cultural Landscapes ......................................................................................................................... 9

    Afghanistan ............................................................................................................................................................... 9

    2003 - Cultural Landscape And Archaeological Remains Of The Bamiyan Valley / Paysage Culturel Et Vestiges Archologiques De La Valle De Bamiyan ..................................................................................................................... 9

    Andorra / Andorre .................................................................................................................................................... 12

    2004 - Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley / La Valle Du Madriu-Perafita-Claror ................................................................. 12

    Argentina / Argentine ............................................................................................................................................... 13

    2003 - Quebrada De Humahuaca ................................................................................................................................. 13

    Australia / Australie ................................................................................................................................................. 16

    1987- Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park / Parc National D'uluru-Kata Tjuta ...................................................................... 16

    Austria / Autriche ................................................................................................................................................... 18 1997 - Cultural Landscape Of Dachstein/Salzkammergut / Paysage Culturel De Hallstatt- Dachstein/Salzkammergut 18 1999 - Wachau Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel De La Wachau........................................................................ 21

    Austria - Hungary / Autriche - Hongrie .................................................................................................................... 24

    2001 - Fert/Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel De Fert/Neusiedlersee ....................................... 24

    Azerbaijan / Azerbaidjan .......................................................................................................................................... 25

    2007 - Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel Dart Rupestre De Gobustan ................................ 25

    Chile / Chili ............................................................................................................................................................... 27

    2006 - Sewell Mining Town ........................................................................................................................................... 27

    China ........................................................................................................................................................................ 28

    2009 - Mount Wutai / Mont Wutai .................................................................................................................................. 28 2011 - West Lake Cultural Landscape Of Hangzhou / Paysage Culturel Du Lac De Louest De Hangzhou .................. 29

    Colombia / Colombie ............................................................................................................................................... 30

    2011 - Coffee Cultural Landscape Of Colombia / Paysage Culturel Du Caf De La Colombie ..................................... 30

    Croatia ..................................................................................................................................................................... 31

    2008 - Stari Grad Plain / Plaine De Stari Grad .............................................................................................................. 31

    Cuba......................................................................................................................................................................... 32

    1999 - Viales Valley / Valle De Viales/ Valle De Vinales ......................................................................................... 32 2000 - Archaeological Landscape Of The First Coffee Plantations In The South-East Of Cuba / Paysage Archologique Des Premires Plantations De Caf Du Sud-Est De Cuba/ Paisaje Cultural De Las Primeras Plantaciones De Cafe Del Sudeste De Cuba ......................................................................................................................................................... 33

    Czech Republic / Republique Tcheque .................................................................................................................... 34

    1996 - Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel De Lednice-Valtice ...................................................... 34

    Ethiopia / Ethiopie.................................................................................................................................................... 36

    2011 - Konso Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel Du Pays Konso ......................................................................... 36

    France ...................................................................................................................................................................... 37

    1999 - Jurisdiction Of Saint-Emilion / Juridiction De Saint-Emilion ................................................................................ 37 1999 - The Loire Valley Between Sully-Sur-Loire And Chalonnes/ Val De Loire Entre Sully-Sur-Loire Et Chalonnes ... 39

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    France - Spain / France - Espagne ........................................................................................................................... 42 1997- 1999 Pyrnes - Mont Perdu .............................................................................................................................. 42

    Gabon ...................................................................................................................................................................... 44

    2007 - Ecosystem And Relict Cultural Landscape Of Lop-Okanda / Ecosystme Et Paysage Culturel Relique De Lop-Okanda ................................................................................................................................................................ 44

    Germany / Allemagne .............................................................................................................................................. 47

    2000 - Garden Kingdom Of Dessau-Wrlitz / Le Royaume Des Jardins De Dessau-Wrlitz ......................................... 47 2002 - Upper Middle Rhine Valley / Valle Du Haut-Rhin Moyen .................................................................................. 49 2004 - Dresden Elbe Valley / Valle De Lelbe Dresde .............................................................................................. 52

    Germany - Poland / Allemagne - Pologne ................................................................................................................ 56

    2004 - Park Muzakowski / Parc De Muskau / Parc Muzakowski ................................................................................... 56

    Hungary / Hongrie .................................................................................................................................................... 58

    1999 - Hortobgy National Park- The Puszta/ Parc National De Hortobgy- La Puszta ................................................ 58 2002 - Tokaj Wine Region Historic Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel Historique De La Rgion Viticole De Tokaj 59

    Iceland / Islande ....................................................................................................................................................... 62

    2004 - ingvellir National Park/ Parc National De ingvellir .......................................................................................... 62

    India / Inde ............................................................................................................................................................... 63

    2003 - Rock Shelters Of Bhimbetka / Abris Sous-Roche De Bhimbetka ....................................................................... 63

    Iran ........................................................................................................................................................................... 64

    2004 - Bam And Its Cultural Landscape / Bam Et Son Paysage Culturel ...................................................................... 64

    Israel ........................................................................................................................................................................ 66

    2005 - Incense Route - Desert Cities In The Negev / Route De L'encens - Villes Du Desert Du Nguev ...................... 66

    Italy / Italie ................................................................................................................................................................ 68

    1997 - Portovenere, Cinque Terre, And The Islands (Palmaria, Tino And Tinetto) ........................................................ 68 1997 - Costiera Amalfitana / Cte Amalfitaine .............................................................................................................. 69 1998 - Cilento And Vallo Di Diano National Park With The Archeological Sites Of Paestum And Velia, And The Certosa Di Padula / Parc National Du Cilento Et Du Vallo Diano, Avec Les Sites Archologiques De Paestum Et Velia Et La Chartreuse De Padula .................................................................................................................................................. 70 2003 - ........................................................................................................................................................................... 71 2004 - Val D'orcia / Valle De Lorcia ............................................................................................................................ 72

    Italy / Italie - Switzerland / Suisse ............................................................................................................................ 74

    2008 - Rhaetian Railway In The Albula / Bernina Landscapes ...................................................................................... 74

    Japan / Japon .......................................................................................................................................................... 74

    2004 - Sacred Sites And Pilgrimage Routes In The Kii Mountain Range / Sites Sacrs Et Chemins De Plerinage Dans Les Monts Kii ................................................................................................................................................................ 74 2007 - Iwami Ginzan Silver Mine And Its Cultural Landscape / Mine Dargent D'iwami Ginzan Et Son Paysage Culturel ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 76

    Jordan / Jordanie ..................................................................................................................................................... 78

    2011 - Wadi Rum Protected Area / Zone Protge Du Wadi Rum ............................................................................... 78

    Kazakhstan / Kazakstan ........................................................................................................................................... 79

    2004 - Petroglyphs Within The Archaeological Landscape Of Tamgaly / Ptroglyphes Du Paysage Archologique De Tamgaly ........................................................................................................................................................................ 79

    Kyrgyzstan / Kirghizistan ......................................................................................................................................... 81

    2009 - Sulaiman-Too Sacred Mountain / Montagne Sacre De Sulaiman-Too ............................................................. 81

    Lao Peoples Democratic Republic / Republique Democratique Populaire Lao ...................................................... 83

    2001 - Vat Phou And Associated Ancient Settlements Within The Champasak Cultural Landscape / Vat Phou Et Les Anciens Etablissements Associs Du Paysage Culturel De Champassak .................................................................... 83

    Lebanon / Liban ....................................................................................................................................................... 85

    1999 - Ouadi Qadisha (The Holy Valley) And The Forest Of The Cedars Of God (Horsh Arz El-Rab) / Ouadi Qadisha Ou Valle Sainte Et Fort Des Cdres De Dieu (Horsh Arz El-Rab) ............................................................................. 85

    Lithuania / Lituanie .................................................................................................................................................. 86

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    2004 - Kernave Archaeological Site / Site Archologique De Kernave ......................................................................... 86

    Lithuania - Russian Federation / Lituanie - Federation De Russie .......................................................................... 87

    2000 - Curonian Spit / Isthme De Courlande ................................................................................................................ 87

    Madagascar ............................................................................................................................................................. 89

    2001 - Royal Hill Of Ambohimanga / Colline Royale Dambohimanga .......................................................................... 89

    Mauritius / Ile Maurice .............................................................................................................................................. 91

    2008 - Le Morne Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel Du Morne ............................................................................. 91

    Mexico / Mexique ..................................................................................................................................................... 91

    2006 - Agave Landscape And Ancient Industrial Facilities Of Tequila-Volcano............................................................. 91

    Mongolia / Mongolie................................................................................................................................................. 93

    2004 - Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape/ Paysage Culturel De La Valle De Lorkhon .............................................. 93 2011- Petroglyphic Complexes Of The Mongolian Altai / Ensemble De Ptroglyphes De Lalta Mongol ...................... 95

    New Zealand /Nouvelle-Zelande............................................................................................................................... 96

    1993 - Tongariro National Park / Parc National De Tongariro ....................................................................................... 96

    Nigeria...................................................................................................................................................................... 98

    1999 - Sukur Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel De Sukur .................................................................................... 98 2005 - Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove / Fort Sacre Dosun-Oshogbo .......................................................................... 99

    Norway / Norvege .................................................................................................................................................. 101

    2004 - Vegayan -- The Vega Archipelago / Vegayan Archipel De Vega .............................................................. 101

    Papua New Guinea / Papuasie-Nouvelle Guinnee ................................................................................................. 102

    2008 - Kuk Early Agricultural Site / Ancien Site Agricole De Kuk ................................................................................ 102

    Phillipines / Philippines ......................................................................................................................................... 104

    1995 - Rice Terraces Of The Philippine Cordilleras / Rizires En Terrasses Des Cordillres Des Philippines ............ 104

    Poland / Pologne .................................................................................................................................................... 105

    1999 - ......................................................................................................................................................................... 105

    Portugal ................................................................................................................................................................. 106

    1995 - ......................................................................................................................................................................... 106 2000 - Alto Douro Wine Region / Rgion Viticole Du Haut-Douro ............................................................................... 108 2004 - Landscape Of The Pico Island Vineyard Culture / Paysage Viticole De Lle Du Pico ...................................... 110

    South Africa / Afrique Du Sud................................................................................................................................ 111

    2003 - Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel De Mapungubwe .......................................................... 111 2007 - Richtersveld Cultural And Botanical Landscape / Paysage Culturel Et Botanique Du Richtersveld ................. 113

    Spain / Espagne ..................................................................................................................................................... 114

    2001- Aranjuez Cultural Landscape / Paysage Culturel Daranjuez ............................................................................ 114 2011 - ......................................................................................................................................................................... 117

    Sweden / Suede ..................................................................................................................................................... 118

    2000 - ......................................................................................................................................................................... 118 2007 - Lavaux, Vineyard Terraces / Lavaux, Vignoble En Terrasses .......................................................................... 119

    Togo ....................................................................................................................................................................... 122

    2004 - Koutammakou, The Land Of The Batammariba / Koutammakou, Le Pays Des Batammariba ......................... 122

    United Arab Emirates / Emirats Arabes Unis ......................................................................................................... 123

    2011 - Cultural Sites Of Al Ain (Hafit, Hili, Bidaa Bint Saud And Oases Areas / Sites Culturels Dal An (Hafit, Hili, Bidaa Bint Saud Et Les Oasis) .............................................................................................................................................. 123

    United Kingdom / Royaume Uni............................................................................................................................. 124

    2000 - ......................................................................................................................................................................... 124 2003 - ......................................................................................................................................................................... 125 1986/2005 - St. Kilda / Ile De St. Kilda ........................................................................................................................ 127 2006 - Cornwall And West Devon Mining Landscape ................................................................................................. 128

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    Zimbabwe .............................................................................................................................................................. 129 2003 - Matobo Hills / Monts Matobo ........................................................................................................................... 129

    Additional Bibliography ......................................................................................................................................... 131

    Concept and Definition .......................................................................................................................................... 131

    Management of Cultural Landscapes .................................................................................................................... 138

    Regions .................................................................................................................................................................. 147

    Africa .......................................................................................................................................................................... 147 The Americas.............................................................................................................................................................. 149 Asia And Pacific .......................................................................................................................................................... 156 Europe ........................................................................................................................................................................ 159

    Vineyards Cultural Landscapes ............................................................................................................................. 163

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    Introduction to Cultural Landscapes

    There exist a great variety of Landscapes that are representative of the different regions of the world. Combined works of nature and humankind, they express a long and intimate relationship between peoples and their natural environment. Certain sites reflect specific techniques of land use that guarantee and sustain biological diversity. Others, associated in the minds of the communities with powerful beliefs and artistic and traditional customs, embody an exceptional spiritual relationship of people with nature. To reveal and sustain the great diversity of the interactions between humans and their environment, to protect living traditional cultures and preserve the traces of those which have disappeared, these sites, called cultural landscapes, have been inscribed on the World Heritage List. Cultural landscapes -- cultivated terraces on lofty mountains, gardens, sacred places ... -- testify to the creative genius, social development and the imaginative and spiritual vitality of humanity. They are part of our collective identity.

    Definition According to the Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention, cultural landscapes are cultural properties that represent the "combined works of nature and man" designated in Article I of the Convention. They are illustrative of the evolution of human society and settlement over time, under the influence of the physical constraints and/or opportunities presented by their natural environment and of successive social, economic, and cultural forces, both external and internal.

    History and Terminology In 1992 the World Heritage Convention became the first international legal instrument to recognise and protect cultural landscapes. The Committee at its 16th session adopted guidelines concerning their inclusion in the World Heritage List. The term "cultural landscape" embraces a diversity of manifestations of the interaction between humankind and its natural environment. Cultural landscapes often reflect specific techniques of sustainable land-use, considering the characteristics and limits of the natural environment they are established in, and a specific spiritual relation to nature. Protection of cultural landscapes can contribute to modern techniques of sustainable land-use and can maintain or enhance natural values in the landscape. The continued existence of traditional forms of land-use supports biological diversity in many regions of the world. The protection of traditional cultural landscapes is therefore helpful in maintaining biological diversity.

    Categories The most easily identifiable is the clearly defined landscape designed and created intentionally by man. This embraces garden and parkland landscapes constructed for aesthetic reasons which are often (but not always) associated with religious or other monumental buildings and ensembles. The second category is the organically evolved landscape. This results from an initial social, economic, administrative, and/or religious imperative and has developed its present form by association with and in response to its natural environment. Such landscapes reflect that process of evolution in their form and component features. They fall into two sub-categories: a relict (or fossil) landscape is one in which an evolutionary process came to an end at some time in the past, either abruptly or over a period. Its significant distinguishing features are, however, still visible in material form. continuing landscape is one which retains an active social role in contemporary society closely associated with the traditional way of life, and in which the evolutionary process is still in progress. At the same time it exhibits significant material evidence of its evolution over time.

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    The final category is the associative cultural landscape. The inclusion of such landscapes on the World Heritage List is justifiable by virtue of the powerful religious, artistic or cultural associations of the natural element rather than material cultural evidence, which may be insignificant or even absent.

    Inscription of Cultural Landscapes on the World Heritage List The extent of a cultural landscape for inscription on the World Heritage List is relative to its functionality and intelligibility. In any case, the sample selected must be substantial enough to adequately respresent the totality of the cultural landscape that it illustrates. The possibility of designating long linear areas that represent culturally significant transport and communication networks should not be excluded. General criteria for protection and management are equally applicable to cultural landscapes. It is important that due attention be paid to the full range of values represented in the landscape, both cultural and natural. The nominations should be prepared in collaboration with and the full approval of local communities. The existence of a category of "cultural landscape," included on the World Heritage List on the basis of the criteria set out in Paragraph 77 of the Operational Guidelines, does not exclude the possibility of properties of exceptional importance in relation to both cultural and natural criteria continuing to be inscribed. In such cases, their outstanding universal value must be justified under both sets of criteria. Source: http://whc.unesco.org/en/culturallandscape/

    http://whc.unesco.org/en/culturallandscape/
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    Introduction Aux Paysages Culturels

    Il existe une grande varit de paysages reprsentatifs des diffrentes rgions du monde. Oeuvres conjugues de l'tre humain et de la nature, ils expriment une longue et intime relation des peuples avec leur environnement. Certains sites renvoient des techniques spcifiques d'utilisation des terres qui assurent et maintiennent la diversit biologique. D'autres, associs dans l'esprit des populations des croyances, des pratiques artistiques et coutumires trs fortes, tmoignent d'une exceptionnelle relation spirituelle entre l'homme et la nature. Pour faire connatre et maintenir la grande diversit des interactions entre les humains et leur environnement, pour protger les cultures traditionnelles toujours vivantes, ou conserver les traces de celles qui ont disparu, ces sites ont t inclus dans la liste du patrimoine mondial en tant que paysages culturels. Les paysages culturels - cultures en terrasses, jardins ou lieux sacrs, etc. - tmoignent du gnie crateur de l'tre humain, de l'volution sociale, du dynamisme spirituel et imaginaire de l'humanit. Ils font partie de notre identit collective.

    Dfinition Selon l' Orientation devant guider la mise en uvre de la Convention du patrimoine mondial, les paysages culturels sont des biens culturels et reprsentent les "uvres conjuges de l'homme et de la nature" mentionnes l'article 1 de la Convention. Ils illustrent l'volution de la socit humaine et son tablissement au cours du temps, sous l'influence des contraintes physiques et/ou des possibilits prsentes par leur environnement naturel et des forces sociales, conomiques et culturelles successive, externes aussi bien qu'internes.

    Histoire et Terminologie En 1992, la Convention du patrimoine mondial est devenue le premier instrument juridique international reconnatre et protger les paysages culturels. Lors de sa 16me session, le Comit a adopt des orientations devant conduire leur inscription sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial. Le terme "paysage culturel" recouvre une grande varit de manifestations interactives entre l'homme et son environnement naturel. Les paysages culturels refltent souvent des techniques spcifiques d'utilisation viable des terres, prenant en considration les caractristiques et les limites de l'environnement naturel dans lequel ils sont tablis ainsi qu'une relation spirituelle spcifique avec la nature. La protection des paysages culturels peut contribuer aux techniques modernes d'utilisation viable et de dveloppement des terres tout en conservant ou en amliorant les valeurs naturelles du paysage. L'existence permanente de formes traditionnelles d'utilisation des terres soutient la diversit biologique dans de nombreuses rgions du monde. La protection des paysages culturels traditionnels est par consquent utile pour le maintien d'une diversit biologique.

    Catgories Les paysages culturels se divisent en trois catgories majeures : Le plus facilement identifiable est le paysage clairement dfini, conu et cr intentionnellement par l'homme, ce qui comprend les paysages de jardins et de parcs crs pour des raisons esthtiques qui sont souvent (mais pas toujours) associs des constructions ou des ensembles religieux. La deuxime catgorie est le paysage essentiellement volutif. Il rsulte d'une exigence l'origine sociale, conomique, administrative et/ou religieuse et atteint sa forme actuelle par association et en rponse son environnement naturel. Ces paysages refltent ce processus evolutif dans leur forme et leur composition. Ils se subdivisent en deux catgories: un paysage relique (ou fossile) est un paysage qui a connu un processus volutif qui s'est arrt, soit brutalement soit sur une priode un certain moment dans le pass. Ses caractristiques essentielles restent cependant matriellement visibles;

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    un paysage vivant est un paysage qui conserve un rle social actif dans la socit contemporaine troitement associ au mode de vie traditionnel et dans lequel le processus volutif continue. En mme temps, il montre des preuves manifestes des son volution au cours des temps. La dernire catgorie comprend le paysage culturel associatif. L'inclusion de ce type de paysage sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial se justifie par la force d'association des phnomnes religieux, artistiques ou culturels de l'lment naturel plutt que par des traces culturelles tangibles qui peuvent tre insignifiantes ou mme inexistantes.

    Inscription de paysages culturels sur la liste du patrimoine mondial Le champ pour l'inscription du paysage culturel sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial est dlimit par ses aspects fonctionnel et intelligible. En tout cas, l'exemple choisi doit tre assez substantiel pour reprsenter la totalit du paysage culturel qu'il illustre. La possibilit de dsigner de longues aires linaires reprsentent des rseaux significatifs de transport et de communication ne doit pas tre carte. Les critres gnraux pour la protection et la gestion sont galement applicables aux paysages culturels. Il est galement important de porter une attention particulire aux valeurs culturelles et naturelles des paysages concerns et de prparer les propositions d'inscription en collaboration et en complet accord avec les communauts locales. L'existence d'une catgorie de "paysage culturel," incluse dans la Liste du patrimoine mondial sur la base du critre dfini au paragraphe 77 des Orientations, n'exclut pas la possibilit de continuer inscrire des biens d'importance exceptionelle selon des critres naturels aussi bien que culturels (voir la dfinition des biens mixtes dcrite au paragraphe 46). Dans de tels cas, leur valeur universelle exceptionelle doit tre justifie dans les deux catgoriess de critres. Source: http://whc.unesco.org/fr/paysageculturel

    http://whc.unesco.org/fr/paysageculturel
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    WORLD HERITAGE CULTURAL LANDSCAPES

    Afghanistan

    2003 - Cultural Landscape and Archaeological Remains of the Bamiyan Valley / Paysage culturel et vestiges archologiques de la valle de Bamiyan (Criteria i - ii - iii - iv)

    Brief description The cultural landscape and archaeological remains of the Bamiyan Valley represent the artistic and religious developments which from the 1st to the 13th centuries characterized ancient Bakhtria, integrating various cultural influences into the Gandhara school of Buddhist art. The area contains numerous Buddhist monastic ensembles and sanctuaries, as well as fortified edifices from the Islamic period. The site is also testimony to the tragic destruction by the Taliban of the two standing Buddha statues, which shook the world in March 2001. Brive description Le paysage culturel et les vestiges archologiques de la valle de Bamiyan illustrent les dveloppements artistiques et religieux qui, du Ier au XIIIe sicle, ont caractris lancienne Bactriane, intgrant diverses influences culturelles pour former lcole dart bouddhique du Gandhara. Le site contient plusieurs ensembles monastiques et sanctuaires bouddhistes, ainsi que des difices fortifis de la priode islamique. Il tmoigne galement de la tragique destruction des deux bouddhas debout par les taliban, qui branla le monde en mars 2001. Justification for Inscription Criterion (i): The Buddha statues and the cave art in Bamiyan Valley are an outstanding representation of the Gandharan school in Buddhist art in the Central Asian region. Criterion (ii): The artistic and architectural remains of Bamiyan Valley, and an important Buddhist centre on the Silk Road, are an exceptional testimony to the interchange of Indian, Hellenistic, Roman, Sasanian influences as the basis for the development of a particular artistic expression in the Gandharan school. To this can be added the Islamic influence in a later period. Criterion (iii): The Bamiyan Valley bears an exceptional testimony to a cultural tradition in the Central Asian region, which has disappeared. Criterion (iv): The Bamiyan Valley is an outstanding example of a cultural landscape which illustrates a significant period in Buddhism. Criterion (vi): The Bamiyan Valley is the most monumental expression of the western Buddhism. It was an important centre of pilgrimage over many centuries. Due to their symbolic values, the monuments have suffered at different times of their existence, including the deliberate destruction in 2001, which shook the whole world.

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    Justification d'inscription Critre (i): Les statues de Bouddha et lart rupestre de la valle de Bamyan sont une reprsentation exceptionnelle de lcole du Gandhara dans lart bouddhique de la rgion dAsie centrale. Critre (ii): Les vestiges artistiques et architecturaux de la valle de Bamyan, important centre bouddhiste sur la Route de la Soie, sont un tmoignage exceptionnel de lchange des influences indiennes, hellnistiques, romaines et sassanides qui ont servi de fondations une expression artistique particulire de lcole du Gandhara. cela sajoute une influence islamique ultrieure. Critre (iii): La valle de Bamyan est un tmoignage exceptionnel dune tradition culturelle dAsie centrale aujourdhui disparue. Critre (iv): La valle de Bamyan est un exemple exceptionnel de paysage culturel illustrant une priode significative du bouddhisme. Critre (vi): La valle de Bamyan est lexpression monumentale la plus importante du Bouddhisme occidental. Ce fut un centre de plerinage essentiel sur plusieurs sicles. Les monuments, en raison de leurs valeurs symboliques, ont souffert diffrentes priodes de leur histoire, notamment lors de la destruction dlibre de 2001, qui secoua le monde entier.

    Documents available at the ICOMOS Documentation Centre:

    - Nomination file

    - Bibliography:

    002600 - The Restoration of the small Buddha at Bamiyan. Sengupta, R. York, ICOMOS, 1984. p. 31-46, illus. (Monumentum. 27, 1) (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: shrines; rock cut reliefs; archaeological sites; buddhas; earthquake damage; restoration works; adobe; walls; cracks; consolidation of materials; conservation of wall paintings; Afghanistan. SECONDARY KEYWORDS: pdf. // ICOMOS // Bamiyan (Afghanistan) ACCESSION NO: K-130. ISSN: URL: http://www.international.icomos.org/monumentum/vol27-1/vol27-1_3.pdf. 006874 - Bamiyan. Rahel, Shafie; Sengupta, R.; Miyaji, Akira; Higuchi, Takayasu; Yoshikawa, Itsuji. Tokyo, ACCU, 1976. 36 p, illus. (eng). Asian Culture. 5. Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: shrines; monumental sculpture; buddhas; wall paintings; deterioration; conservation; restoration; Afghanistan. SECONDARY KEYWORDS: rock cut architecture; historical surveys. // The Small Buddha Bamiyan (Afghanistan) // The Big Buddha, Bamiyan (Afghanistan) ACCESSION NO: 8907. 011993 - Rock cut buddhas and monasteries, Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Andrine. Unesco. [s.l.], [s.n.], [s.d.]. 2 slides :col. (eng). Mounts: ICOMOS Duplicata. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: monumental sculpture; buddhist architecture; buddhas; rock cut architecture; monasteries; Afghanistan. SECONDARY KEYWORDS: slides; general views. // Bamiyan (Afghanistan) CALL NO: AF.BAM.03:1-2. 016625 - Sauvons nos trsors contre les pilleurs et les vandales. Bessires, Michel; Choulean, Ang; Doole, Jenny; Barry, Michel; Sidib, Samuel; Kinzer, Stephen; Isman, Fabio; Rose, Mark; Lopez, Asbel. Paris, UNESCO, 2001. p. 16-37, illus. (Le Courier de l'UNESCO. Avril 2001) (fre). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural heritage at risk; world heritage in danger; looting; illicit traffic; archaeological finds; legislation; Turkey; Peru; Afghanistan; Mali. // J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, California (USA) // Sipan, Peru // Bamiyan, Afghanistan A CCESSION NO: K-054. 017886 - A chronicle of destruction. Despite an all out international effort, the giant Buddhas of Bamiyan have been destroyed. Why?. L'Homme, Cristina. Paris, UNESCO, 2001. p. 20-21, illus. (Sources UNESCO. 133) (same text in eng, fre). Chronique d'une mort annonc. fre. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural heritage at risk; destruction of cultural heritage; buddhas; sculptures; Afghanistan. // UNESCO // Bamiyan, Afghanistan ACCESSION NO: K-289. 017915 - The lost treasures of the Afghans. Hatch Dupree, Nancy; Lafrance, Pierre; L'Homme, Cristina; Tarzi, Zmaryala; Matsuura, Kochiro; Williams, Sue. Paris, UNESCO, 2001. p. 4-9, illus. (Sources UNESCO. 134) (same text in eng, fre). Une mmoire meurtrie. fre. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural heritage at risk; destruction of cultural heritage; religious architecture; historic towns; buddhist architecture; buddhas; looting; Afghanistan.

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    // Society for the Preservation of Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage (SPACH) // Ay Khnum, Afghanistan // Bagrm, Afghanistan // Hadda, Afghanistan // Bamiyan, Afghanistan // Ghazni, Afghanistan // Herat, Afghanistan ACCESSION NO: K-289. ISSN: 1014-5494. 018635 - The destruction of Bamyan. Barry, Michael. Madrid, UNESCO, 2001. p. 4-13, illus., maps. (World Heritage Review. 20, 2001) (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: destruction of cultural heritage; cultural heritage at risk; sculptures; Afghanistan. // Giant Statues of the Buddha in the Valley of Bamiyan, Afghanistan ACCESSION NO: K-382 b. ISSN: 1020-4202. 019089 - World heritage: shield or target? Gamboni, Dario. Los Angeles, GCI, 2001. p. 5-11, illus. (Conservation: The Getty Conservation Institute Newsletter. 16, 2) (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world cultural heritage; world heritage in danger; cultural heritage at risk; case studies. International Committee of the Blue Shield (ICBS) // Buddhas of Bamiyan, Afghanistan ACCESSION NO: K-314. 021020 - Oltre il restauro: architecture tra conservazione e riuso. Progetti e realizzazioni di Andrea Bruno (1960-1995). Bruno, Andrea; Mastropietro, Mario (ed.). Milano, Lybra Immagine, 1996. 251 p., illus. (Architettura e Desingn) (same text in eng, ita). Restoration and beyond: architecture from conservation to conversion. Projects and works by Andrea Bruno (1960-1995). eng. Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: historic monuments; architects; conservation; restoration projects; world heritage list; case studies. // Bruno, andrea // Mausoleum of Abdur-Razaq, Ghazni, Afghanistan // Minaret of Jam, Afghanistan (WHC 211) // The Valley of Bamiyan and the Wall of the Buddhas, Afghanistan (WHC 208) // The monuments of Herat, Afghanistan // The Minaret Al-Hadba, Mosul, Irak // Taq-Kisra or the arch of Ctsiphon, Irak // The Column of Marcus Aurelius, Rome, Italy ACCESSION NO: 14479. 021204 - The reconstruction of the great Buddha of Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Gruen, A.; Remondino, F.; Zhang, L. Madrid, ICOMOS, 2002. p. 49-55, illus., maps. (eng). In: "XIII Asamblea General del ICOMOS. Actas". PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; reconstruction; buddhas; Afghanistan. // Buddha of Bamiyan, Afghanistan ACCESSION NO: 14328. 021239 - Anastylosis or reconstruction: the conservation concept for the remains of the Buddhas or Bamiyan. Petzet, Michael. Madrid, ICOMOS, 2002. p. 189-192. (eng). In: "XIII Asamblea General del ICOMOS. Actas". PRIMARY KEYWORDS: buddhas; reconstruction; anastylosis; Afghanistan. // Buddhas or Bamiyan, Afghanistan ACCESSION NO: 14328. 026663 - Afghanistan: ICOMOS actions in Afghanistan. ICOMOS. Mnchen, K.G. Saur, 2005. p.26-31, illus. In: "Heritage at risk 2004/2005: ICOMOS world report on monuments and sites in danger" (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural heritage at risk; buddhas; conservation; restoration works; consolidation; wall paintings; Afghanistan. // UNESCO/ICOMOS. Expert Working Group on the Preservation of the Bamiyan site. 2nd. Munich, Germany, 18-20 December 2003 // Bamiyan site, Afghanistan ACCESSION NO: 14878. CALL NO: Ri. 095(3). ISBN: 3-598-24243-3. URL: http://www.international.icomos.org/risk/2004/afganis2004.pdf 028390 - The obligation to present and avoid destruction of cultural heritage: from Bamiyan to Iraq. Francioni, Francesco; Lenzerini, Federico. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2006. p. 28-40. In: "Art and cultural heritage: law, policy and practice" (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: destruction of cultural heritage; cultural heritage at risk; legal protection; international level; armed conflict; war damage; terrorism; international conventions. // Buddhas of Bamiyan, Afghanistan ACCESSION NO: 15005. CALL NO: LOI 138. ISBN: 0-521-85764-3. 033305 - Photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information science for heritage documentation. Kraus, Karl. Instanbul, CIPA, 2003. p. 17-24, illus. In: "Proceedings of the XIXth International Symposium CIPA 2003. New perspectives to save cultural heritage, Antalya, Turkey, 30 September - 4 October, 2003" (eng). Incl. bibl. and abstract. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: documentation; photogrammetry; telemetry; cultural heritage. // Schloss Schnbrunn, Austria (WHC 786) // Historic Centre of Vienna, Austria (WHC 1033) // Buddha Statues of Bamiyan, Afghanistan (WHC 208 rev) // National Park Neudsielder See // Ephesos, Turkey ACCESSION NO: 14875. CALL NO: Ph. 253. ISBN: 975-561-245-9. 033388 - Computer reconstruction and modeling of the great Buddah Statue in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Gruen, A.; Remondino, F.; Zhang, L. Instanbul, CIPA, 2003. p. 440-445, illus. In: "Proceedings of the XIXth International Symposium CIPA 2003. New perspectives to save cultural heritage, Antalya, Turkey, 30 September - 4 October, 2003" (eng). Incl. abstract and bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: computer techniques; computer applications; reconstruction; statues; buddhas; cultural heritage; photogrammetry; close range; 3D; Afghanistan. // Buddha Statue in Bamiyan, Afghanistan (WHC 208 rev) ACCESSION NO: 14875. CALL NO: Ph. 253. ISBN: 975-561-245-9.

    034697 - Dossier Afghanistan. Bruckmann A., Gabriella; Bruno, Andrea; Manfredi, Carlo; Panza, Pierluigi; Chatwin, Bruce. ANANKE. Firenze, Alinea Editrice, 2001. p. 14-87, illus. (ita). Incl. photographs of Bamiyan and interview with

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    Andrea Bruno. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; archaeological heritage; archaeological sites; buddhas; destruction of cultural heritage; archaeological remains; cultural heritage at risk; Afghanistan. // Bamiyan, Afghanistan (WHC 208rev) ACCESSION NO: K-513. ISSN: 1129-8219.

    035083 - Prelimlinary report on the environmental investigation for the conservation of the Bamiyan Site: 2005 and 2006 seasons. Uno, Tomoko; Yamauchi, Kazuya (ed.). Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo. Tokyo, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, 2009. 70 p., illus. (Recient Cultural Heritage Issues in Afghanistan. Supplement 3) (eng). Incl. annexes, bibl. and CD-ROM. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; archaeological heritage; archaeological sites; conservation measures; wall paintings; environment; deterioration; environmental deterioration; weathering; climatic factors; temperature; water; humidity; sunlight; caves; Afghanistan. // Bamiyan Site, Afghanistan (WHC 208 rev) ACCESSION NO: 15864.

    035084 - Preliminary report on the safeguarding of the Bamiyan Site 2006 - 6th and 7th missions. Yamauchi, Kazuya (ed.). Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo. Tokyo, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, 2007. 123 p., illus. (Recient Cultural Heritage Issues in Afghanistan. Preliminary Report Series 2) (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; archaeological heritage; archaeological sites; conservation measures; conservation techniques; wall paintings; caves; environment; deterioration; environmental deterioration; archaeological surveys; Afghanistan. // Bamiyan Site, Afghanistan (WHC 208 rev) ACCESSION NO: 15865.

    035085 - Preliminary report on the safeguarding of the Bamiyan Site 2007 - 8th mission. Yamauchi, Kazuya (ed.). Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo. Tokyo, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, 2008. 112 p., illus. (Recient Cultural Heritage Issues in Afghanistan. Preliminary Report Series 4) (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; archaeological heritage; archaeological sites; conservation measures; conservation techniques; methodology; wall paintings; caves; environment; deterioration; environmental deterioration; archaeological surveys; archaeological finds; pattery; geological surveys; Afghanistan. // Bamiyan Site, Afghanistan (WHC 208 rev) ACCESSION NO: 15866.

    Andorra / Andorre

    2004 - Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley / La Valle du Madriu-Perafita-Claror (Criterion v)

    Brief description The Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley offers a microcosmic perspective of the way people have harvested the resources of the high Pyrenees over millennia. Its dramatic glacial landscapes of craggy cliffs and glaciers, with high open pastures and steep wooded valleys covers an area of 4,247-ha., 9% of the total area of Andorra. It reflects past changes in climate, economic fortune and social systems, as well as the persistence of pastoralism and a strong mountain culture. The site features houses, notably summer settlements, terraced fields, stone tracks, and evidence of iron smelting. Brive description Le paysage culturel de la Valle du Madriu-Claror-Perafita est un microcosme qui tmoigne du gnie dploy par les populations des Pyrnes au cours du millnaire pour exploiter les ressources locales. Ses paysages spectaculaires de montagnes dchiquetes et de glaciers, avec ses alpages et ses profondes valles boises, couvrent une zone de 4 247 ha, soit 9% de la superficie totale de lAndorre. La valle reflte les mutations du climat, des conditions conomiques et des systmes sociaux, ainsi que la permanence du pastoralisme et dune forte culture montagnarde, illustre notamment par la

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    permanence dun systme de gestion communale des terrains datant du XIIIe sicle. Le site, dernier

    endroit du pays ne pas disposer de route, comprend des habitations notamment des cabanes dt pour les bergers, des champs en terrasse, des sentiers empierrs et des vestiges de fonderie.

    Justification for Inscription Criterion (v): The Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley is a microcosm of the way its inhabitants have harvested the scarce resources of the high Pyrenees over the past millennia to create a sustainable living environment in harmony with the mountain landscape. The Valley is a reflection of an ancient communal system of land management that has survived for over 700 years.

    Justification d'inscription

    Critre (v): La Valle du Madriu-Perafita-Claror est un microcosme de la manire dont ses habitants ont recueilli les rares ressources des hautes Pyrnes au cours des derniers millnaires pour crer un environnement vivant durable, en harmonie avec le paysage de montagne. La Valle rappelle un ancien systme communal de gestion des terres qui subsiste depuis plus de 700 ans.

    Documents available at the ICOMOS Documentation Centre:

    - Nomination file

    - Bibliography:

    019049 - Andorre: pays de cultures. Oerlemans, Micheline, ed. Ambassade de la Principaut d'Andorre, France. Paris, Ambassade de la Principaut d'Andorre , 2001. 66p. , illus. (L'Oeil. Hors-srie de L'Oeil) (fre). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: roman architecture; baroque architecture; cultural landscapes; contemporary art; Andorra. // Madriu, Andorra ACCESSION NO: 14149. ISSN: 0029-862X. 022041 - La Vall del Madriu: Un patrimoni per a tots. Govern d'Andorra; Banc Internacional d'Andorra; Banca Mora. Andorra, Banc Internacional d'Andorra, 2000. 78 p., illus. (cat). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; cultural heritage; Andorra. // Vall del Madriu, Andorra ACCESSION NO: 14585. CALL NO: P.C.55. ISBN: 99920-1-338-9. 027057 - Outstanding universal values in cultural landscapes. Denyer, Susan. Copenhagen, Nordisk Ministerrad, 2005. p. 41-47, maps. In: "Verdensarv i Norden 2004 : Oppfolging av UNESCO's konvensjon for vern av verdens kultur og naturarv, Vega 30-31 august 2004" (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world cultural heritage; cultural landscapes; criteria; world heritage list. // Mapungubwe, South Africa (WHC 1099) // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) // Purnululu, Australia (WHC 1094) // Orkhon Valley, Mongolia (WHC 1081rev) // Pingvellir, Iceland (WHC 1152) // Val d'Orcia, Italy (WHC 1026rev) // The land of the Batammariba, Togo (WHC 1140) // Madriu-claror-Perafita valley, Andorra (WHC 1160) // Pico island, Azores, Portugal (WHC 1117rev) // The Lake District, UK ACCESSION NO: 14905. ISBN: 92-893-1148-7.

    Argentina / Argentine

    2003 - Quebrada de Humahuaca (Criteria ii - iv - v)

    Brief description Quebrada de Humahuaca follows the line of a major cultural route, the Camino Inca, along the spectacular valley of the Rio Grande, from its source in the cold high desert plateau of the High Andean lands to its confluence with the Rio Leone some 150 km to the south. The valley shows substantial evidence of its use as a major trade routeover the past 10,000 years. It features visible traces of

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    prehistoric hunter-gatherer communities, of the Inca Empire (15th to 16th centuries) and of the fight for independence in the 19th and 20th centuries. Justification for Inscription Criterion (ii): The Quebrada de Humahuaca valley has been used over the past 10,000 years as a crucial passage for the transport of people and ideas from the high Andean lands to the plains. Criteria (iv) and (v): The Quebrada de Humahuaca valley reflects the way its strategic position has engendered settlement, agriculture and trade. Its distinctive pre-Hispanic and pre-Incan settlements, as a group with their associated field systems, form a dramatic addition to the landscape and one that can certainly be called outstanding. Brive description Quebrada de Humahuaca suit un itinraire culturel important, le Camino Inca, le long de la spectaculaire valle du Rio Grande, depuis sa source dans les hauts plateaux dsertiques et froids des Hautes Andes sa confluence avec le Rio Leone, quelque 150 kilomtres plus au sud. La valle offre des indices importants de son utilisation comme grande voie commerciale depuis 10,000 ans, et notamment des traces de chasseurs-cueilleurs prhistoriques, de l'Empire inca (XVe-XVIe sicle) et des combats pour l'indpendance pendant les XIXeme et XXeme siecles. Justification d'inscription Critre (ii): La valle Quebrada de Humahuaca a t utilise sur plus de 10 000 ans en tant que passage essentiel pour le transport des populations et la transmission des ides depuis les hautes terres des Andes jusquaux plaines. Critres (iv) et (v): La valle Quebrada de Humahuaca reflte la faon dont sa position stratgique a favoris les peuplements, lagriculture et le commerce. Ses peuplements pr-hispaniques et pr-incas, en tant que groupe avec leurs systmes de champs associs, renforcent de faon spectaculaire le caractre du paysage que lon peut qualifier de remarquable. Descripcin breve La Quebrada de Huamahuaca sigue la traza del Camino Inca, importante ruta cultural, a lo largo del espectacular valle del Rio Grande, desde su origen en la elevada y fra planicie desrtica de las tierras Altas Andinas hasta su confluencia con el Rio Leone, aproximadamente 150 kilmetros al sur. En el valle an se puede observar una gran cantidad de indicios de su utilizacin como importante ruta comercial durante los ltimos 10,000 anos. Cuenta con vestigios evidentes de comunidades de cazadores-recolectores, del Imperio Inca (siglos XV a XVI) y de la lucha por la independencia en los siglos XIX y XX.

    Documents available at the ICOMOS Documentation Centre:

    - Nomination file - Bibliography: 020667 - 10.000 aos de Paisaje Cultural Continuo: Investigacin arqueolgica, gestin e interpretacin para el pblico: Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina. Hernndez Llosas, Mara Isabel. Buenos Aires, UNESCO, CICOP, 1999. p. 99-129. (spa). In: "Paisajes culturales: un enfoque para la salvaguarda del patrimonio"; Incl. Bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; archaeological surveys; Argentina. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina ACCESSION NO: 14389. CALL NO: P.C. 48. 020668 - Tilcara: un paisaje cultural en la Quebrada de Humahuaca: Provincia de Jujuy, Argentina. Tinte, Francisco. Buenos Aires, UNESCO, CICOP, 1999. p. 131-134, illus. (spa). In: "Paisajes culturales: un enfoque para la salvaguarda del patrimonio". PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; Argentina. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina ACCESSION NO: 14389. CALL NO: P.C. 48. 021122 - Quebrada de Humahuaca. 37 slides: col. (spa). From WHC 1116 listed in 2003. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural routes; world heritage list; Argentina. SECONDARY KEYWORDS: slides. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) CALL NO: AR.QUE.06.1-37 (WHC 1116).

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    021390 - Paisajes culturales en el contexto de America Latina y el Cambe: Conceptos, tipologas, casos implicancias y retos. Mujica B., Elias. San Jos, UNESCO, 2002. p. 23-42. (spa). In: "Paisajes culturales en Mesoamerica". PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; concepts; Latin America; Caribbean; case studies. // Chuao, Venezuela // "Ciudad Perdida" and Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia // Atiquipa, Peru // Parque Nacional Sajama, Bolivia // Oasis de San Pedro de Alcantara, Chile // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (Whc 1116) ACCESSION NO: 14391. CALL NO: P.C. 49. ISBN: 9968-9424-1-3. 022058 - Cultural landscapes and the challenges of conservation in Latin America and the Caribbean Mujica, Elias J. Paris, UNESCO WHC, 2003. p.82-88, illus. (World Heritage Papers. 7) (eng). In: "Cultural landscapes: the challenges of conservation" Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; conservation; Latin America; Caribbean; case studies. // Chuao, Venezuela // Ciudad Perdida and Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia // Colca Valley, Peru // Antiquipa, Peru // Sajama National Park, Bolivia ACCESSION NO: 14583. CALL NO: P.C. 54. 023521 - awpamanta Kunanman: desde antes a hoy, de Guaranies y Kolias. Investigacin y recopilacin sobre cultura indgina, desarrollado por estudiantes indigenas secundarios y universitarios - becados 1999. Instituto Qheshwa Jujuymanta (Argentina); Instituto Nacional de Asuntos Indiginas (INAI), Argentina. San Salvador de Jujuy, Aylluyachaywasi, 2000. 106 p., illus. (Kunanpacha) (spa). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: aboriginal cultures; intangible heritage; oral tradition; customs and traditions; Argentina. // Provincia de Jujuy, Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) ACCESSION NO: WHC 1116 (1). 023522 - Quebrada de Humahuaca, mas de 10000 aos de historia. Albeck, Maria Esther; Gonzlez, Ana Maria. Salta, Argentina, Plan Social de la Nacin, 1999. 134 p., illus. (spa). Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; cultural landscapes; historical surveys; Argentina. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) ACCESSION NO: WHC 1116 (5). 023523 - Los caminos de la lengua en la Quebrada de Humahuaca. Mamani, Estela del Carmen; Gonzlez, Ana Maria; Soldan, Alba Maria Paz. Tilcara, Argentina, Escuela Normal "Dr. Eduardo Casanova", 2000. 131 p., illus. (spa). Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: intangible heritage; oral tradition; children; languages; Argentina. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) ACCESSION NO: WHC 1116 (3). 025690 - Proposed world heritage cultural landscape in the Argentinian Andes and the involvement of local communities : Pintoscayoc, a case study in Quebrada de Humahuaca. Hernndez Llosas, Mara Isabel. Paris, UNESCO WHC, 2004. p.147-153, illus., maps. (World Heritage Papers. 13) In: "Linking universal and local values : managing a sustainable future for world heritage" (eng). Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; management; local communities; community participation; Argentina. // Pintoscayoc, Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) ACCESSION NO: 14553-13. 026452 - Quebrada de Humahuaca. 10.000 years of Unifying Cultures. Daz Forment, Jos Mara. Madrid, San Marcos, UNESCO, 2004. p. 68-79, illus., map. (World Heritage Review. 35) (also in eng, fre, spa). Quebrada de Humahuaca. Diez mil aos uniendo cultura. spa. Quebrada de Humahuaca. Lien entre les cultures depuis 10.000 ans. fre. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: mountains; cultural landscapes; natural heritage; world heritage list; Argentina. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) ACCESSION NO: K-382-b. ISSN: 1020-4202. 026585 - Cultural routes: tangible and intangible dimensions of cultural heritage. Martorell Carreo, Alberto. [Paris], [ICOMOS], [2005]. p.45-51. In: "ICOMOS Scientific Symposium: Place-memory-meaning: preserving intangible values in monuments and sites" (also in eng). Incl. abstract. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural routes; intangible heritage; cultural landscapes; world heritage list. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) // The route of Santiago de Compostela, Spain (WHC 669) // Routes of Santiago de Compostela, France (WHC 868) ACCESSION NO:14852. URL: http://www.international.icomos.org/victoriafalls2003/papers/A1-4 - Prats - Thibault.pdf. 027057 - Outstanding universal values in cultural landscapes. Denyer, Susan. Copenhagen, Nordisk Ministerrad, 2005. p. 41-47, maps. In: "Verdensarv i Norden 2004 : Oppfolging av UNESCO's konvensjon for vern av verdens kultur og naturarv, Vega 30-31 august 2004" (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world cultural heritage; cultural landscapes; criteria; world heritage list. // Mapungubwe, South Africa (WHC 1099) // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) // Purnululu, Australia (WHC 1094) // Orkhon Valley, Mongolia (WHC 1081rev) // Pingvellir, Iceland (WHC 1152) // Val d'Orcia, Italy (WHC 1026rev) // The land of the Batammariba, Togo (WHC 1140) // Madriu-claror-Perafita valley, Andorra (WHC 1160) // Pico island, Azores, Portugal (WHC 1117rev) // The Lake District, UK ACCESSION NO: 14905. ISBN: 92-893-1148-7. 029170 - Ibero-Amrique et les itineraires culturels. Pernaut, Carlos. Xi'an, World Publishing Corporation, 2005. p. 863-872, illus. In: "Proceedings of the ICOMOS 15th General Assembly and Scientific Symposium. Volume 2" (fre). Incl. abstract.

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    PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural routes; Latin America; cultural landscapes; management; world heritage list; Andean Region; intangible heritage. // Qhapap Nan // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) ACCESSION NO: 15017. ISBN: 7-5062-7372-1. URL: http://www.international.icomos.org/xian2005/papers/4-8.pdf. 032573 - Ficha de identificacin de un itinerario cultural: Quebrada de Humahuaca. Pernaut, Carlos; Jos, Nestor; Carrafancq, Alejandro; Gmez, Julin. Ferrol, Concello de Ferrol, 2005. p. 451-479, illus. (Monuments and Sites. X) In: "Encuentro Cientfico Internacional sobre Itinerarios Culturales: Identificacin, promocin e inventario de los itinerarios culturales" (spa). Incl.bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: inventories; cultural routes; cultural landscapes; world heritage list; intangible heritage; conservation; legal protection; historical surveys; Argentina. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) ACCESSION NO: 14994. ISBN: 84-88991-22-3. 034993 - La Quebrada de Humahuaca. Un paisaje cultural. Abraham Jos Nstor; Matas Pasin, Sebastin. [Rosario], [Universidad Nacional de Rosario], 2007. p. 100-114, illus. In: "Paisajes culturales en Argentina" (spa). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; natural landscape; world heritage list; cultural heritage; intangible heritage; management plans; local level; Argentina. // Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina (WHC 1116) ACCESSION NO: 15747. CALL NO: P.C.95.

    Australia / Australie

    1987- Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park / Parc national d'Uluru-Kata Tjuta (Criteria v - vi - vii - ix)

    Brief description This park, formerly called Uluru (Ayers Rock Mount Olga) National Park, features spectacular geological formations that dominate the vast red sandy plain of central Australia. Uluru, an immense monolith, and Kata Tjuta, the rock domes located west of Uluru, form part of the traditional belief system of one of the oldest human societies in the world. The traditional owners of Uluru-Kata Tjuta are the Anangu Aboriginal people.

    Brive description Ce parc, qui s'appelait autrefois parc national d'Uluru (Ayers Rock-Mont Olga), prsente des formations gologiques spectaculaires qui dominent la vaste plaine sableuse du centre de l'Australie. L'immense monolithe d'Uluru et les dmes rocheux de Kata Tjuta, l'ouest d'Uluru, font partie intgrante du systme de croyances traditionnelles de l'une des plus anciennes socits humaines du monde. Les propritaires traditionnels d'Uluru-Kata Tjuta appartiennent au peuple aborigne des Anangu.

    Documents available at the ICOMOS Documentation Centre:

    - Nomination file - Bibliography: 016021 - Australie. Parc National d'Uluru-Kata Tjuta. Slides. 39 slides: col. (fre). Listed as WHC 447 rev. in 1994. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: World heritage list; natural heritage; natural sites; national parks; Australia. SECONDARY KEYWORDS: natural parks; parks; animals; trees. // Parc National d'Uluru-Kata Tjuta (Australia) ACCESSION NO: AU.ULU.04:1-39 (WHC 447 rev.). 016524 - "Intangible values" as heritage in Australia. Truscott, Marilyn. Paris, ICOMOS, 2000. p. 4-11. (ICOMOS News/Nouvelles de l'ICOMOS. 10, N1) (same text in fre, eng). "Valeurs immatrielles": patrimoine d'Australie. fre. Incl. bibl.

    http://www.international.icomos.org/xian2005/papers/4-8.pdf.http://whc.unesco.org/fr/list/447/gallery/
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    PRIMARY KEYWORDS: intangible heritage; cultural heritage; aboriginal cultures; sacred places; cultural significance; Australia. // Australia ICOMOS // Uluru Kata-Tjuta, Australia (WHC 447 rev) // The Burra Charter ACCESSION NO: K-286. 016667 - The interaction between biological and cultural diversity. Mc Neely, Jeffrey A.; Keeton, William S. Jena; Stuttgart; New York, G. Fischer, 1995. p. 25-37. (Cultural Landscapes of Universal Value: components of a global strategy) (eng). Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; cultural diversity; natural heritage; cultural heritage; aboriginal cultures. // IUCN // Uluru National Park // Kakadu National Park // Nitmiluk National Park ACCESSION NO: 13757. CALL NO: P.C. 003. ISBN: 3-334-61022-5. 016761 - Operationalising joint management. A case study from Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447 rev). Holden, Annie; Josif, Paul. Paris, UNESCO, 1999. p. 89-96. (eng). In: "World Natural Heritage and the local community", Incl.bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; natural sites; human environment; local communities; management; aboriginal sites; community participation; Australia. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447 rev) ACCESSION NO: 13833. 018511 - Including cultural landscapes on the World's Heritage List. Titchen, Sarah M. Madrid, Unesco, 1996. p.34-39, illus. (World Heritage Review. 2, 1996) (same text in eng, spa, fre). Paisajes culturales del patrimonio mundial. spa. Inclusion des paysages culturels dans la liste du Patrimoine Mondial. fre. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; national parks; world heritage list. // The rice terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras, Philippines (WHC 722) // Tongariro National Park, New Zealand (WHC 421) // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: K-382 b. ISSN: 1020-4202. 018605 - World heritage and biosphere reserves: two sides on the same coin. Bridgewater, Peter. Madrid, UNESCO, 1999. p. 40-49, illus., maps (World Heritage Review. 13, 1999) (same text in eng, fre, spa). Patrimoine mondial et rserves de la biosphre: deux faces de la mme monnaie. fre. Patrimonio mundial y reservas de la biosfera: dos caras de la misma moneda. spa. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; natural heritage; natural sites; biosphere; national parks; forests. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) // Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park, Italy (WHC 842) // Sian Ka'an, Mexico (WHC 410) // Sinharaja Forest Reserve, Sri Lanka (WHC 405) ACCESSION NO: K-382 b. ISSN: 1020-4202. 018803 - Cultural Landscapes and the Natural Environment. Blair, Sandy; Titchen, Sarah; McCann, Joy. Colombo, ICOMOS, 1996. p. 146-153, illus. (Central Cultural Fund Publication. 201) (eng). In: "Monuments and Sites: Australia". PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; natural environment; case studies; Australia. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Landscape, NT // Melbourne's Water Supply, Central Highlands, Vic ACCESSION NO: 13884. ISBN: 0-646-28360-X. ISSN: 020466 - Tourism tracks and sacred places: Pashupatinath and Uluru. Case studies from Nepal and Australia. Cros, Hilary du; Johnston, Chris. Burwood, Australia ICOMOS, 2002. p. 38-42, illus. (Historic environment. 16, 2) (eng). Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: sacred places; cultural routes; intangible heritage; pilgrimage; Australia; Nepal. // Pashupatinath Temple Complex, Nepal // Uluru-Kata. Tjuta Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: k-320. ISSN: 0726-6715. 022060 - Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park: sustainable management and development. Calma, Graeme; Liddle, Lynette. Paris, UNESCO WHC, 2003. p.104-119. (World Heritage Papers. 7) (eng). In: "Cultural landscapes: the challenges of conservation" ; Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: national parks; world heritage list; cultural landscapes; management; conservation; Australia. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: 14583. CALL NO: P.C. 54. 022089 - "Nganana Tatintja Wiya" "we never climb" Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park sustainable management and development. Beazley, Olwen; Calma, Graeme; Liddle, Lynette. Tokyo, UNESCO WHC, 2001. p. 231-256, illus. (eng). In: "UNESCO thematic expert meeting on Asia-Pacific sacred mountains. Final report" ; Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; sacred places; mountains; management; sustainable development; legal protection. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: 14509. CALL NO: P.C. 37. 025450 - Virtual reality, multimedia and archaeological sites: recent developments and applications. Ogleby, Clifford. Paris, UNESCO, 2003. p. 153-164, illus. In: "Proceedings of the International Congress: More than two thousand years in the history of architecture" (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: archaeological sites; new technologies; recording techniques; virtual reality; multimedia; documentation; photogrammetry; internet; case studies. // Ayutthaya, Thailand // Ned Kelly's Armour, Australia // Uluru, Australia (WHC 447) // Olimpia, Greece ACCESSION NO: 14836. 026575 - The interdependency of the tangible and intangible cultural heritage. Communication inaugurale/Keynote address.. Bouchenaki, Mounir. [Paris], [ICOMOS], [2005]. p.13-17. In: "ICOMOS Scientific Symposium: Place-memory-meaning: preserving intangible values in monuments and sites" (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural heritage; intangible heritage; world heritage convention; world cultural heritage.

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    // UNESCO // Robben Island, South Africa (WHC 916) // Tombs of the Buganda Kings at Kasubi, Uganda (WHC 1022) // Uluru, Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: 14852. URL: http://www.international.icomos.org/victoriafalls2003/papers/2 - Allocution Bouchenaki.pdf. 027021 - Periodic Report: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The Heritage Management Branch of Environment and Heritage, Australia; Parks Australian. [Paris], [UNESCO], [2003]. 37p. (eng). Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage convention; world heritage list; periodic reports; national parks; natural heritage; natural sites; cultural landscapes; conservation; management; monitoring; authenticity; Australia. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: WHC 447. 033338 - Between a rock and a data base: a cultural site management system for the rock paintings of Uluru, Central Australia. Ogleby, C.L.; MacLaren, G.; Starkey, M. Instanbul, CIPA, 2003. p. 187-190, illus. In: "Proceedings of the XIXth International Symposium CIPA 2003. New perspectives to save cultural heritage, Antalya, Turkey, 30 September - 4 October, 2003" (eng). Incl. abstract and bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: conservation; management; photographs; rock art; rock paintings; documentation; cultural landscapes; software; photogrammetry; world heritage list; Australia. // Uluru, Kata Tjuto, Australia (WHC 447 rev.) ACCESSION NO: 14875. CALL NO: Ph. 253. ISBN: 975-561-245-9. 035595 - El Patrimonio Mundial en el corazn del desierto australiano. Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Paris, UNESCO; Valencia, Pressgroup Holdings, 2008. p. 46-51, illus. (Patrimonio Mundial. 51) (spa). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; natural heritage; aboriginal sites; cultural landscapes; Australia. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: K-382-b. ISSN: 1020-4539. 035604 - World Heritage in Australia's desert heart. Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Paris, UNESCO; Valencia, Pressgroup Holdings, 2008. p. 46-51, illus. (World Heritage. 51) (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; natural heritage; aboriginal sites; cultural landscapes; Australia. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: K-382-b. ISSN: 1020-4202. 035613 - Patrimoine mondial au coeur du dsert australien. Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Paris, UNESCO; Valencia, Pressgroup Holdings, 2008. p. 46-51, illus. (Patrimoine Mondial. 51) (fre). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; natural heritage; aboriginal sites; cultural landscapes; Australia. // Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia (WHC 447) ACCESSION NO: K-382-b. ISSN: 1020-4520.

    Austria / Autriche

    1997 - Cultural Landscape of Dachstein/Salzkammergut / Paysage culturel de Hallstatt- Dachstein/Salzkammergut (Criteria iii - iv)

    Brief description Human activity in the magnificent natural landscape of the Salzkammergut began in prehistoric times, with the salt deposits being exploited as early as the 2nd millennium B.C. This resource formed the basis of the area's prosperity up to the middle of the 20th century, a prosperity that is reflected in the fine architecture of the town of Hallstatt.

    Justification for Inscription

    The Committee decided to inscribe this site on the basis of criteria (iii) and (iv), considering that the

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    Hallstatt-Dachstein/Salzkammergut alpine region is an outstanding example of a natural landscape of

    great beauty and scientific interest which also contains evidence of a fundamental human economic

    activity, the whole integrated in a harmonious and mutually beneficial manner.

    Brive description L'activit humaine dans le splendide paysage naturel du Salzkammergut a commenc l'poque prhistorique avec l'exploitation de ses dpts de sel ds le II

    e millnaire av. J.-C. Cette ressource a

    constitu la base de la prosprit de la rgion jusqu'au milieu du XXe sicle, prosprit que reflte la

    belle architecture de la ville de Hallstatt. Justification d'inscription Le Comit a dcid d'inscrire ce site sur la base des critres (iii) et (iv). La rgion alpine du Hallstatt-Dachstein/Salzkammergut est un exemple exceptionnel de paysage culturel caractris par une immense beaut et un grand intrt scientifique et renfermant galement les tmoignages d'une activit conomique humaine fondamentale, le tout s'intgrant sur un mode harmonieux et rciproquement bnfique.

    Documents available at the ICOMOS Documentation Centre:

    - Nomination file - Bibliography:

    017251 - The "Hallstatt-Dachstein / Salzkammergut historic cultural landscape" in Austria. Reference to UNESCO instruments for the protection of historic cultural landscape of great universal importance. Jeschke,Hans Peter. 10 p. (eng). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; world heritage convention; Austria. // UNESCO // International Symposium ICOMOS-IFLA 1997 : landscape heritage. Prague, 1997 // Hallstatt-Darstein Salzkammergut cultural landscape, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: 13927. CALL NO: P.C. 21. 017252 - Der Kern des Inneren Salzkammergutes in der "Arche Noah" der Kulturdenkmler und Naturparadiese der Welt von morgen. Jeschke, Hans Peter. Linz, (s.n.), 1998. 8 p., illus. (ger). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; Austria; salt mines. // Hallstatt-Dachstein Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: 13924. CALL NO: P.C. 020. 017253 - Kulturgut und Kulturlandschaft im obersterreichischen Salzkammergut (Teil 1). Erste Hinweise zur Grundlagenforschung fr die Inventarisierung der Historischen Kulturlandschaft am Beispiel des Obersterreichischen Salzkammergutes, der "Osterreichischen Schweiz". Jeschke, Hans Peter. (s.l.), OGL, 1996. p. 182-204. (OGL. 40,3) (ger). Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; inventory systems; definitions; Austria. // UNESCO // Hallstatt-Dachstein Salzkammergut cultural landscape, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: 13926. CALL NO: P.C.18. 023229 - Photo: Documentation for the Nomination of the Cultural Landscape Hallstatt - Dachstein / Salzkammergut. Bundesdenkmalamt. Wien, Bundesdenkmalamt, 1996. 16 p., A4, 14 images: col. (eng). incl. summary description of the site. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; Austria; maps; historical surveys. SECONDARY KEYWORDS: photos. // Hallstatt-Dachstein Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806 (1). 023230 - Plan: Cultural Landscape Hallstatt - Dachstein / Salzkammergut. (s.l.), (s.n.), (s.d.). 2 plans: col, A4, 2 p accompanying letter. (eng). incl. letter: Supplement to Cultural Landscape [...], 2 copies; 3 photocopies bw. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; Austria. SECONDARY KEYWORDS: maps. // Hallstatt-Dachstein Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806 (2). 024010 - Struktur eines Pflegewerkes fr die Historische Kulturlandschaft Hallstatt-Dachstein/Salzkammergut (Schutzkategorie "fortbestehende Kulturlandschaft"). Jeschke, Hans Peter. O. Kulturinformationssystem. Linz, Amt der O. Landesregierung, 1998 44 p; 22 p. (same text in ger, eng). incl. copy of eng/ger text "Proposals for a preservation, conservation and planning system for UNESCO Cultural Heritage Landscapes [...]". PRIMARY KEYWORDS: world heritage list; Austria; cultural landscapes; preservation; conservation; planning; organizations; methods. SECONDARY KEYWORDS: management plans. // Hallstatt-Dachstein Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: 14793. CALL NO: P.C. 66. 029741 - Das Kulturgterinformationssystem Obersterreich. Grundlagen fr die stdtebauliche und planerische Identifikation, die Pflege, den Schutz und die Weiterentwicklung des kulturellen Erbes bzw. der Kulturlandschaft aus der Sicht der historischen Raumwissenschaften. Jeschke, Hans Peter. Hannover, Die Verantwortung fr die einzelnen

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    Beitrge liegt bei den jeweiligen Autoren, 2001. 8 p., illus. (ger). It is part of the documentation included in the WHC 806 file as an UNESCO Cultural Heritage Landscape. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Dachstein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. ISBN: 0175-5951. 029742 - The Hallstatt-Dachstein/Salzkammergut Site as a UNESCO Cultural Heritage Landscape (UNESCO Protection Category "Continuing Cultural Landscape"). Supplementary information to the field trip guide. Jeschke, Hans Peter. (ger). It is part of the documentation included in the WHC 806 file as an UNESCO Cultural Heritage Landscape. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschstein / Salzkammergut, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. 029743 - Struktur eines Pflegewerkes fr die Historische Kulturlandschaft Hallstein-Dachstein/Salzkammergut (Schulzkategorie "fortbestehende kulturlandschaft"). Jeschke, Hans Peter. Linz, 1998. 36 p. (ger). It is part of the documentation included in the WHC 806 file as an UNESCO Cultural Heritage Landscape. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. 029744 - Occasional Monitoring Managementmechanismus und "Kulturlandschafspflegewerk". Jeschke, Hans Peter; de Jong, Rob. Linz, 2003. 121 p. (ger). It is part of the documentation included in the WHC 806 file as an UNESCO Cultural Heritage Landscape. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. 029745 - Das Salzkammergut und die Weltkulturerbelandschaft Hallstatt-Dachstein / Salzkammergut. Grundlagenforschung, Kulturlandschaftspflegewerk und Monitoring. Jeschke, Hans Peter. Linz, Gesellschaft fr Landeskunde - O. Musealverein, 2002. 392 p. (ger). It is part of the documentation included in the WHC 806 file as an UNESCO Cultural Heritage Landscape. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. 029746 - Kulturgut und Kulturlandschaft im obersterreichischen Salzkammergut (Teil 2). Jeschke, Hans Peter. Herausgeber: Institut fr sterreichkunde, 2000. p. 334-389. (sterreich in Geschichte und Literatur, mit Geographie. Heft 5-6, Sept./Okt.-Nov./Dez. 2000) (ger). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. ISSN: 0029-8743. 029747 - sterreich in Geschichte und Literatur, mit Geographie. Herausgeber: Institut fr sterreichkunde, 1996. (sterreich in Geschichte und Literatur, mit Geographie. Heft 3, Mai/Juni 1996; Heft 5-6, Sept./Okt.-Nov./Dez. 2000) (ger). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Herausgeber: Institut fr sterreichkunde (ed.) // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. ISSN: 0029-8743. 029748 - Prof. Dr. Karl Lugmayer (1892-1972). Pionier der Erwachsenenbildung, Socialphilosoph, Unterstaatssekretr fr Unterricht (1945), Zweiter Prsident des Bundesrates (1945-1959). Lugmayer, Franz. Herausgeber: Institut fr sterreichkunde, 1996. p. 139-156. (sterreich in Geschichte und Literatur, mit Geographie. Heft 3, Mai/Juni 1996) (ger). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Dachstein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. ISSN: 0029-8743. 029749 - Zur Geschichte des Aluminiums in Salzburg und Obersterreich. Otruba, Gustav; Knig, Martina. Herausgeber: Institut fr sterreichkunde, 1996. p. 157-181. (sterreich in Geschichte und Literatur, mit Geographie. Heft 3, Mai/Juni 1996) (ger). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. ISSN: 0029-8743. 029750 - Kulturgut und Kulturlandschaft im obersterreichischen Salzkammergut (Teil 1). Jeschke, Hans Peter. Herausgeber: Institut fr sterreichkunde, 1996. p. 182-204. (sterreich in Geschichte und Literatur, mit Geographie. Heft 3, Mai/Juni 1996) (ger). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. ISSN: 0029-8743. 029751 - Die Baiern im sterreichischen Donauraum. Koller, Heinrich. Herausgeber: Institut fr sterreichkunde, 2000. (sterreich in Geschichte und Literatur, mit Geographie. Heft 5-6, Sept./Okt.-Nov./Dez. 2000) (ger). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. ISSN: 0029-8743.

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    029752 - War Wittgenstein Hitlers "Jude aus Linz", wie Kimberley Cornish aus antipodischer Sicht meint? Biographische Korrekturen zum Schler Adolf und Gedanken zu einem krausen Buch. Mcker, Hermann. Herausgeber: Institut fr sterreichkunde, 2000. (sterreich in Geschichte und Literatur, mit Geographie. Heft 5-6, Sept./Okt.-Nov./Dez. 2000) (ger). PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; concepts; Austria. // Hallstatt-Daschtein, Austria (WHC 806) ACCESSION NO: WHC 806. ISSN: 0029-8743. 034916 - The "Hallstatt-Dachsteim / Salzkammergut Historic Cultural Heritage in Austria: References to UNESCO instruments for the protection of historic cultural landscape of great universal importance. Jeschke, Hans Peter. Prague, ICOMOS-IFLA, 1997. p. 71-80, maps. In: "Landscape heritage. International Symposium ICOMOS-IFLA 1997" (eng). Incl. bibl. PRIMARY KEYWORDS: cultural landscapes; world heritage list; world heritage convention; historic landscapes; definitions; concepts; protection of cultural heritage; Austria. // Halls