By Marie-Theres Albert, Birgitta Ringbeck
Because the adoption of the area history conference in 1972, the idea that cultural and normal background have to be secure and correctly applied has won attractiveness. over the years, even though, such usage options have been much less interested in principles of sustainability and have become more and more prompted by means of advertisement pursuits. This booklet discusses those advancements and indicates capability suggestions with the intention to care for such unintentional traits.
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19 In this 19 The Hague Convention was adopted in 1954 in response to war-related damage. 6 List of World Heritage in Danger 41 respect, the founders of the World Heritage Convention did not anticipate any deterioration of tangible properties beyond wear and tear. However, the instigators of the Convention did indeed take a long-term view in anticipating potential destructive factors related to cultural and natural properties due to changes in social and economic conditions. 20 Evolving social and economic conditions and normal age-related causes of deterioration of heritage led to the establishment of a List of World Heritage in Danger.
3: Typological frameworks: ICOMOS Filling the Gaps report (2004) Typological framework Archaeological heritage Rock-art sites Fossil hominid sites Historic buildings and ensembles Urban and rural settlements / historic towns and villages Vernacular architecture Religious properties Agricultural, industrial and technological properties Military properties Cultural landscapes, parks and gardens Cultural routes Burial monuments and sites Symbolic properties and memorials Modern heritage According to this scheme, the “type” of the previously mentioned heritage property, the Imperial Palace in Beijing, was classified under historic buildings and ensembles, the Messel Pit was considered a fossil site, the Pyramids of Giza represent a type of archaeological heritage, the Auschwitz Birkenau memorial typifies symbolic sites and monuments, the Berlin Estates belong to the modern heritage type, while Wachau is listed as a cultural landscape.
The 424 wooden houses, huddled round the early 15th-century stone church, were used only on Sundays and at religious festivals to house worshippers from the surrounding countryside who could not return home the same day because of the distance and difficult travelling conditions” (UNESCO World Heritage List, ref. 762). 15: Church Town of Gammelstad, Luleå (Sweden) 32 2 What is World Heritage? 16). “The Semmering Railway represents an outstanding technological solution to a major physical problem in the construction of early railways.
40 Years World Heritage Convention: Popularizing the Protection of Cultural and Natural Heritage by Marie-Theres Albert, Birgitta Ringbeck