World Heritage Review n°53 - World Heritage in Spain

World Heritage Review n°53 - World Heritage in Spain

    Special Issue
    World Heritage in Spain
    Message from the UNESCO Director-General, Mr Koïchiro Matsuura

    Map of World Heritage in Spain

    World Heritage in Seville: Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias

    Interview with María Jesús San Segundo, Chair of the 33rd session of the World Heritage Committee

    Spanish prehistory on the World Heritage List
    - Cave of Altamira and Paleolithic Cave Art of Northern Spain: Birth and apogee of humanity’s first art
    - Rock Art of the Mediterranean Basin on the Iberian Peninsula: Ten years on the World Heritage List
    - Atapuerca: Cradle of humankind in Europe

    World Heritage and prehistory

    Historic cities: The management of a living heritage

    Valuing knowledge: The PAHÍS Plan

    The Routes of Santiago: Managing complexity

    Cultural landscapes: A wise management of World Heritage

    Spain’s National Parks: Management networks

    Spain and the World Heritage Centre: Seven years of close cooperation

    World Heritage in private hands
    - Casa Batlló: A dialogue with light, colour and freedom
    - Vizcaya Bridge: A masterpiece of industrial heritage managed by private initiative
    - Two jewels of Catalan modernism serving Barcelona: Palau de la Música Catalana and Hospital de Sant Pau

    Religion and culture: The management of an ecclesiastical heritage

    World Heritage monuments
    - The Alhambra and the Generalife: Landscape and cultural diversity
    - Chronicles of the Escurial in the 20th century
    - The Great Wall of Europe
    - La Lonja de la Seda: The splendour of commerce

    Spanish Tentative List

    Coordinating diversity: The role of the Ministry of Culture in implementing the World Heritage Convention

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    • Author(s): World Heritage Centre 
    • Publication Date: 01-06-2009