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Fourth Working Session

In the fourth session, the ambassadors were divided into three groups to initiate the drafting process aimed at reaching the final document. This comprehensive document will serve as a vital set of guidelines, merging objectives,Continue reading

Third Working Session

In this third session, we concluded the cities’ presentations with Elisa from Strasbourg (France), Carla from Segovia (Spain), Inmaculada from Baeza (Spain), Martina from Aranjuez (Spain) and the hosting city Artemis from Rhodes (Greece). AfterContinue reading

Visit to Lindos and Kalithea

During the afternoon, we all visited the beautiful city of Lindos. There, we had the opportunity to learn some traditional Greek dances and discover the white streets of the city centre. We were all amazedContinue reading

Second Working Session

In the second working session we continued listening to the Young Ambassador’s presentations of Mostar, Evora, Córdoba and Elvas. We learnt about their World Heritage Cities and listened to their proposals regarding the priority thematicsContinue reading

Official Openning

After the First Working Session, we all went to the Official Opening in the Museum of Modern Greek Art in Rhodes, where the authorities of the Municipality of Rhodes welcomed us to the IV EncounterContinue reading

First Working Session

Before the First Working Session, all the Young Ambassadors and technicians were able to participate in a bonding activity to get to know each other. We all learnt about our studies, our work and ourContinue reading

Eugene Jo’s Presentation (ICCROM)

Eugene Jo, Programme Manager, ICCROM-IUCN World Heritage Leadership programme Eugene has been coordinating the World Heritage Leadership programme between ICCROM and IUCN since 2017, based in Rome, Italy. WHL is a capacity building programme aimingContinue reading

Getting to know each other

After arriving at the hotel and eating our first Greek dinner, we all enjoyed a lovely welcome drink. We all started to get to know each other and had a lot of fun meeting newContinue reading

Strasbourg, FR

An outstanding urban heritage: The blended influences of Grande-Île and the Neustadt Strasbourg bears witness to the many influences that have changed the shape of the city over the ages, from the original Roman camp,Continue reading

Segovia, ES

Segovia: Where Timeless Beauty Meets Enduring Heritage Segovia, nestled in the heart of Spain, boasts a rich tapestry of history, architecture, and culture that has earned it the esteemed title of a UNESCO World HeritageContinue reading

Porto, PT

Porto is shaped by its people – some remain, others live in memories through some of the city´s symbols. This space has always been home to endless people. It embraces those who practiced their faithContinue reading

Mostar, BA

«The historic town of Mostar is spanning in a deep valley of the Neretva River, developed in the 15th and 16th centuries as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19thContinue reading

Baeza, ES

July 3, 2003, is one of the most important dates in the recent history of Baeza. UNESCO declared the city, together with Úbeda, a World Heritage Site thanks to its Renaissance monumental complex. The perimeterContinue reading

Aranjuez, ES

The city of Aranjuez is located in the south of the Community of Madrid, in a fertile area where nature and human activity have worked in harmony for centuries. The Cultural Landscape of Aranjuez comprisesContinue reading

Medieval City of Rhodes, Welcome!

Medieval City of Rhodes The Order of St John of Jerusalem occupied Rhodes from 1309 to 1523 and set about transforming the city into a stronghold. It subsequently came under Turkish and Italian rule. WithContinue reading

Évora, PT

Évora’s history reflects its name, echoing memories of its Celtic roots and ancient regional landmarks. Situated at a strategic crossroads in the Alentejo plain, Évora has been a pivotal hub for trade routes connecting Portugal’sContinue reading

Vienna, AT

Time travel in Vienna: three eras shape the face of Vienna’s historic centre Vienna’s historic center, in its unity, is considered one of the most beautiful city landmarks in Europe and was inscribed on theContinue reading