Le Système Herein

Politiques Européennes du Patrimoine

20 Rapports nationaux publiés

Suite au « diagnostic » sur l’état des publications des rapports nationaux et des contacts avec les Coordinateurs concernés, la Grèce, le Monténégro et la Pologne ont enrichi le Système HEREIN de leurs contributions. Au total, 20 pays ont aujourd’hui publier leurs rapports nationaux (www.coe.int/herein). Le Secrétariat poursuit ses contacts avec les Coordinateurs des autres pays afin de proposer son assistance et accélérer les publications.The systematic discipline of the study of the past through information and artefacts derived from terrestrial and underwater excavation, fieldwork and survey.
The control, conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage for the benefit of future generations.The systematic discipline of the study of the past through information and artefacts derived from terrestrial and underwater excavation, fieldwork and survey.
All procedures guaranteeing the preservation of cultural heritageThe systematic discipline of the study of the past through information and artefacts derived from terrestrial and underwater excavation, fieldwork and survey.
The control, conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage for the benefit of future generations.The systematic discipline of the study of the past through information and artefacts derived from terrestrial and underwater excavation, fieldwork and survey.
Landscapes characterized by dense, large-scale construction and a concentration of rail and road infrastructures.The systematic discipline of the study of the past through information and artefacts derived from terrestrial and underwater excavation, fieldwork and survey.
The control, conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage for the benefit of future generations.The systematic discipline of the study of the past through information and artefacts derived from terrestrial and underwater excavation, fieldwork and survey.
All procedures guaranteeing the preservation of cultural heritageThe systematic discipline of the study of the past through information and artefacts derived from terrestrial and underwater excavation, fieldwork and survey.
The control, conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage for the benefit of future generations.The systematic discipline of the study of the past through information and artefacts derived from terrestrial and underwater excavation, fieldwork and survey.

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