ICOMOS

AcronymDefinition
ICOMOSInternational Council On Monuments and Sites
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These constitute together the architectural heritage of an area and possess historical values resulting from their beautiful architecture and their correlation with important events that occurred in the heritage area such as religious, social and political events," said Gustavo Araoz, President, ICOMOS.
UNESCO, however, had rejected these recommendations by ICOMOS for the Church of Nativity and Battir.
ICOMOS San Antonio deklaracija skelbia, kad ,,supratimas apie objekto reikUminguma priklauso nuo tu, kurie yra su juo susije ir laiko savo istorijos dalimi" (ICOMOS 1996).
ICOMOS wanted to see if the candidate buildings around the world reflected the modernist architectural movement initiated by Le Corbusier, preserved original edifices and were not likely to be affected by new tall structures in their vicinity.
I have already mentioned the ICOMOS mission to the Curonian Spit that also addressed this issue.
They have bagged positive reports from ICOMOS, which does preliminary evaluations of such sites for UNESCO.
International Council of Monuments and Sites, ICOMOS (1964).
Participants in the meeting included experts in built heritage, archaeology, intangible cultural heritage, handicrafts, museums and archives, as well as representatives of key institutions involved in cultural heritage protection and the fight against the illicit trafficking of cultural property, such as INTERPOL, the World Customs Organization, IFLA, ICOM, ICOMOS, ICCROM and ICA.
Silberman, president of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Interpretation and Presentation (ICIP), said with the combined contribution of historians, heritage experts, planners, and memory bearers, Dubai's reconstructed historic built environment can serve as an accessible public space to foster knowledge of and appreciation for local tradition and memory.
The Burra Charter: The Australia ICOMOS Charter for Places of Cultural Significance.
Interestingly enough the term archaeological park appears neither in the terminology of the Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention, nor in any ICOMOS guidance texts, recommendations or charters.
The final chapter gives an overview of recent developments and initiatives by UNESCO and ICOMOS with special reference to World Heritage sites.