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  • 830 sites are listed: 644 cultural, 162 natural, and 24 mixed properties, in 138 States Parties The World Heritage List includes 812 properties in 137 States Parties, including     - 628 natural,     - 160 natural, and     -  24 mixed properties   To date, there are 50 properties on World Heritage List have been included as cultural landscapes (as of 1 June 2006)
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  • 2012 daad webinar2

    1. 1. Webinar-Serie "Städte im Wandel" Welterbe bewahren und Städte entwickeln Probleme und Lösungen Patricia Alberth UNESCO Welterbezentrum 5. Juli 2012
    2. 2. 1954: Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of ArmedConflict with Regulations for the Execution of the Convention 1970: Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property 1972: Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage 2001: Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 2003: Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage 2005: Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions
    3. 3. 1972 ConventionConcerning the Protection ofthe World Cultural and Natural Heritage
    4. 4. Origins of the Convention The Safeguarding of Abu SimbelThreatened by the construction of a high dam 1959 the temple was safeguarded by an international campaign initiated by
    5. 5. Criteria for Inscription on the World Heritage List(i) (ii) (iii)(iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) Outstanding Universal Value
    6. 6. Purpose of the World Heritage Convention“[…] ensuring the identification, protection,conservation, presentation and transmission tofuture generations of the cultural and naturalheritage around the world considered to be ofoutstanding value to humanity.”II Article 4, Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and NaturalHeritage, 1972
    7. 7. The Convention does not replace national legislation orthe primary responsibility of the national authority. The Convention is a supplementary authority.
    8. 8. Establishing the World Heritage ListPhases Tentative List Nomination Inscription Reactive monitoring  List in Danger State of conservation  Delisting Periodic Reporting
    9. 9. Who is Who• States Parties (189)• The General Assembly• The World Heritage Committee• UNESCO World Heritage Centre• Advisory Bodies
    10. 10. The World Heritage List962 sites in 157 States Parties745 cultural188 natural 29 mixed
    11. 11. Global Perspective Europe and North America: 462 Arab States: 73 Asia and the Latin America Pacific: 213 and the Caribbean: 128 Africa: 86 In 1994, the World Heritage Committee launched the Global Strategy for a Balanced, Representative and Credible World Heritage List.
    12. 12. Paradigm Shift in Heritage ConservationOld Approach New Approach monuments of princes, places and spaces of priests and politicians ordinary peoplemanagement by central community management administration elite use popular use
    13. 13. 36th session of the World Heritage Committee Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation 24 June – 6 July 2012
    14. 14. Juli 2012: 26 neue WelterbestättenBahrain: Perlenzucht als Zeugnis einer InselökonomieBelgien: Bedeutende Orte des wallonischen BergbausBrasilien: Kulturlandschaft Rio de JaneiroChina: Xanadu – ehemalige Hauptstadt des Mongolenherrschers Kublai KhanCôte d’Ivoire: Historischer Stadtkern von Grand-BassamDeutschland: Markgräfliches Opernhaus BayreuthFrankreich: Bergbaugebiet Nord-Pas de CalaisIndonesien: Kulturlandschaft auf Bali: das Subak-System als Manifestation der Tri Hita Karana-PhilosophieIran: Jame-Moschee in IsfahanIran: Mausoleum Gonbad-e QābusIsrael: Stätten der menschlichen Evolution im Karmel-GebirgeKanada: Kulturlandschaft Grand PréMalaysia: Archäologische Stätten im Lenggong-TalMarokko: Rabat – moderne Hauptstadt mit historischem KernPalästina: Geburtskirche Jesu Christi und Pilgerweg in BethlehemPortugal: Garnisonsstadt Elvas und ihre BefestigungsanlageSchweden: Holzbauernhäuser in der Provinz HälsinglandSenegal: Kulturlandschaften der Bassari, Fula und BedikSpanien/Slowenien: Historische Stätten der Quecksilbergewinnung: Almadén und IndrijaTürkei: Neolithische Stätte ÇatalhöyükChina: Fossilienfundstätte von ChengjiangIndien: Westghats-GebirgeKongo (Republik), Kamerun, Zentralafrikanische Republik: Sangha Tri-NationalparkRussland: Naturpark Lena-FelsenTschad: Seenlandschaft von OuniangaPalau: Südliche Lagune der Rock Islands
    15. 15. UNESCO-Welterbestätten in Deutschland:Aachener Dom (1978) Luthergedenkstätten in Eisleben und WittenbergSpeyerer Dom (1981) (1996)Würzburger Residenz und Hofgarten (1981) Klassisches Weimar (1998)Wallfahrtskirche "Die Wies" (1983) Wartburg (1999)Schlösser Augustusburg und Falkenlust in Brühl Museumsinsel Berlin (1999)(1984) Gartenreich Dessau-Wörlitz (2000)Dom und Michaeliskirche in Hildesheim (1985) Klosterinsel Reichenau (2000)Römische Baudenkmäler, Dom und Industriekomplex Zeche Zollverein in EssenLiebfrauenkirche (2001)von Trier (1986) Altstädte von Stralsund und Wismar (2002)Hansestadt Lübeck (1987) Oberes Mittelrheintal (2002)Schlösser und Parks von Potsdam und Berlin Rathaus und Roland in Bremen (2004)(1990) Muskauer Park (2004)Kloster Lorsch (1991) Grenzen des Römischen Reiches:Bergwerk Rammelsberg, Altstadt von Goslar Obergermanisch-raetischer Limes (2005)und Oberharzer Wasserwirtschaft (1992) Altstadt von Regensburg mit Stadtamhof (2006)Altstadt von Bamberg (1993) Siedlungen der Berliner Moderne (2008)Klosteranlage Maulbronn (1993) Wattenmeer (2009)Stiftskirche, Schloss und Altstadt von Alte Buchenwälder Deutschlands (2011)Quedlinburg (1994) Fagus-Werk in Alfeld (2011)Völklinger Hütte (1994) Prähistorische Pfahlbauten um die Alpen (2011)Grube Messel (1995) Markgräfliches Opernhaus Bayreuth (2012)Kölner Dom (1996)Das Bauhaus und seine Stätten in Weimar undDessau (1996)
    16. 16. Top Ten• Italy 47• Spain 44• China 43• France 38• Germany 37• Mexico 31• India 29• UK 28• Russia 25• USA 21
    17. 17. Tentativliste: Deutsche Welterbestätten im WartestandKassel, Wasserspiele und Herkules im Bergpark WilhelmshöheHöxter, Karolingisches Westwerk und Civitas CorveyHamburg, Speicherstadt und Chilehaus mit KontorhausviertelMontan- und Kulturlandschaft ErzgebirgeHalle, Franckesche StiftungenNaumburger Dom und hochmittelalterliche Herrschaftslandschaft anSaale und UnstrutDenkmäler und Stätten der Wikinger – Danewerk und HaithabuHeidelberg, Schloss und AltstadtDas architektonische und städtebauliche Werk von Le Corbusier – zweiHäuser der Weißenhofsiedlung in Stuttgart
    18. 18. Welterbe im urbanenKontext
    19. 19. Cultural Landscapes ● Cultural Routes,Canals and Railways ● Rock Art Sites● Modern Heritage ● Industrial Heritage● Historic Cities and City Centres
    20. 20. Historic Centre of ViennaDate of Inscription: 2001Criteria: (ii)(iv)(vi)Property: 371 haBuffer zone: 462 haPalace and Gardens ofSchönbrunnDate of Inscription: 1996Criteria: (i)(iv)Property : 186 haBuffer zone: 261 ha
    21. 21. Liverpool – Maritime Mercantile CityDate of Inscription: 2004Criteria: (ii)(iii)(iv)Property: 136 haBuffer zone: 751 ha © UNESCO/van Oers
    22. 22. © Peel Holdings
    23. 23. Historic Centre of MacaoDate of Inscription: 2005Criteria: (ii)(iii)(iv)(vi)Property: 16 haBuffer zone: 107 ha © Serge Dos Santos
    24. 24. Statement of Outstanding Universal ValueCriterion (ii): The strategic location of Macao on the Chinese territory, and the specialrelationship established between the Chinese and Portuguese authorities favoured animportant interchange of human values in the various fields of culture, sciences,technology, art and architecture over several centuries.Criterion (iii): Macao bears a unique testimony to the first and longest-lastingencounter between the West and China. From the 16th to the 20th centuries, it wasthe focal point for traders and missionaries, and the different fields of learning. Theimpact of this encounter can be traced in the fusion of different cultures thatcharacterise the historic core zone of Macao.Criterion (iv): Macao represents an outstanding example of an architectural ensemblethat illustrates the development of the encounter between the Western and Chinesecivilisations over some four and half centuries, represented in the historical route, witha series of urban spaces and architectural ensembles, that links the ancient Chineseport with the Portuguese city.Criterion (vi): Macao has been associated with the exchange of a variety of cultural,spiritual, scientific and technical influences between the Western and Chinesecivilisations. These ideas directly motivated the introduction of crucial changes inChina, ultimately ending the era of imperial feudal system and establishing themodern republic.
    25. 25. UNESCORecommendation on theHistoric UrbanLandscape (HUL), a soft-law (non-binding) to assistMember States in meetingthe urban challenges oftomorrow.
    26. 26. UNESCO World Heritage Centre 7, Place de Fontenoy 75352 Paris 07 SP France http://whc.unesco.org

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