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Unesco world heritage: decisions about Italy / Unesco, patrimonio mondiale: decisioni sull'Italia

I Final decision documents (in inglese e francese) del Word heritage committee, 35. sessione svoltasi a Parigi dal 19 al 29 giugno 2011, sono disponibili on line.

In particolare per quanto riguarda l'Italia:
  • Decision: 35 COM 8B.33: Iscrizione nella lista del patrimonio mondiale di The Longobards in Italy. Places of the power (568-774 A.D.) / I Longobardi in Italia. I luoghi del potere (568-774 d. C.)
  • Decision: 35 COM 7B.96: Archaeological Areas of Pompei, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata / Aree archeologiche di Pompei, Ercolano e Torre Annunziata
  • Decision: 35 COM 7B.97: Historic Centre of Naples / Centro storico di Napoli


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