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Welcome

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Map of main Congress Venues

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Map of Congress Hotels

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Overall Programme of the Congress

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Table of Contents Programme of the Europa Nostra Forum 2012

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Contact Information

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Transport Information

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Hotel Information

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Recommended Lisbon Museums

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Recommended Restaurants

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Acknowledgments

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Registration DESK

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Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Mezzanine floor Av. da Liberdade 185 1 269-050 Lisboa For the congress registration desk, please call +351 9 618 18 387

hours 29 May: 30 May: 31 May: 1 June: 2 June:

16:00 – 20:00 08.00 – 18.00 08.00 – 15.00 08.00 – 13.00 09.00 – 10.00

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For matters concerning the Presentations of the Laureates / Awards Ceremony, please call +351 9 671 78 906

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N.B. All buses to the Congress venues will depart from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel, as indicated in the Overall Programme of the Congress.

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Welcome Bem-vindo a Portugal! Dear Friends of Europa Nostra,

W E L C O M E

We look very much forward to welcoming you in Portugal’s capital city Lisbon, for the Europa Nostra’s European Heritage Congress 2012 to be held from 30 May through 2 June. This event, jointly organised by Europa Nostra and its Portuguese member organisation Centro Nacional de Cultura, will bring together many of our members and other European heritage professionals and volunteers, as well as proud laureates of the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards.

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The public highlight of the Congress - the European Heritage Awards Ceremony - will be held on 1 June at the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jerónimos Monastery, in the presence of H.E. Aníbal Cavaco Silva, President of the Republic of Portugal, and T.R.H. the Prince and Princess of Astúrias. Europa Nostra’s President, Maestro Plácido Domingo and the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism, Sport, Media and Youth, Androulla Vassiliou, will jointly present the 2012 Awards to the laureates, who will come to Lisbon from all over Europe. The day before (31 May), you will have the opportunity to learn more about these award-winning achievements and interact with the laureates at the Museu do Oriente.

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Committee of 4

U n d e r d e Pa t r o n a g e o f : ■ Aníbal Cavaco Silva, President of the Portuguese Republic ■ José Manuel Durão Barroso, President of the European Commission

Members: ■ Maria da Assunção Esteves, President of the Assembly of the Republic of Portugal ■ Pedro Passos Coelho, Prime-Minister of Portugal ■ Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins, President of the Centro Nacional de Cultura and President of the Court of Auditors of Portugal ■ Paulo Portas, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Portugal

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Miguel Relvas, Minister Assistant and for Parliamentary Affairs Álvaro Santos Pereira, Minister of Economy and Employment of Portugal Francisco José Viegas, Secretary of State for Culture of Portugal António Costa, Mayor of Lisbon H.R.H. Dom Duarte de Bragança Eduardo Junco, Ambassador of Spain to Portugal Hans Michael Kofoed-Hansem, Ambassador of Denmark to Portugal Henk J.W. Soeters, Ambassador of the Netherlands to Portugal Katarzyna Skórzynska, Ambassador of Poland to Portugal


On the morning of 1 June the important Forum on “Saving Europe’s Endangered Heritage” will be organised in the premises of the prestigious Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, a main partner of our Congress. As usual, the forum will be open to the interested public. The General Assembly will take place on 2 June in the stunning historic setting of the Library of the Mafra Palace located outside Lisbon. The Board and the Council will hold their meetings on respectively 29 and 30 May.

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Finally, the programme includes a heritage visit in Lisbon (30 May), an excursion for those delegates who are particularly interested in Industrial Heritage sites (2 June) and a day trip to visit World Heritage Monasteries outside Lisbon (3 June). A very attractive post-congress tour to northern Portugal concludes the Congress.

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The programme for our Lisbon Congress was made possible thanks to the remarkable and enthusiastic support of a large number of public and private bodies and individuals all of whom are duly acknowledged at the end of this booklet. We also wish to pay major tribute to the fruitful cooperation between the staff of Centro Nacional de Cultura and the Europa Nostra International Secretariat, who prepared this most attractive programme for you.

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Thalia Petrides, Ambassador of Cyprus to Portugal Ricardo Espírito Santo Salgado, President of the Banco Espírito Santo Artur Santos Silva, President of the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian Emílio Rui Vilar, Trustee of The Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian Carlos Monjardino, President of the Fundação Oriente Vasco Graça Moura, President of Centro Cultural de Belém Frederico Costa, President of Turismo de Portugal Paulo Sande, Director of the Office of the European Parliament, Portugal Luiz Sá Pessoa, Head of Office (acting) of the European Commission Representation in Portugal

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H E R I T A G E

Honour

Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins President of Centro Nacional de Cultura

Jorge Rocha de Matos, President of the Portuguese Industrial Association Alexandre Soares dos Santos, President of Jerónimo Martins Rui Nabeiro, President Delta Cafés Fernando Mascarenhas, President of the Fundação Casas de Fronteira e Alorna José Blanco, President of the World Monuments Fund - Portugal Hugo O’Neill, President of the Portuguese Ancient Houses Association Sebastião de Lencastre, Portuguese Ancient Houses Association Joana Vasconcelos, artist Manoel de Oliveira, film maker Sequeira Costa, pianist

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Denis de Kergorlay Executive President of Europa Nostra

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Cordially yours,

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Map

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Wed 30/5 Europa Nostra Council Meeting Wed 30/5 Welcome Reception Thu 31/5 Presentations by the 2012 Award Laureates Fri 1/6 Europa Nostra Forum Fri 1/6 European Heritage Awards Ceremony and Buffet Dinner


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Tivoli Lisboa Hotel / Congress Registration Desk Tivoli Jardim Hotel

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Heritage Avenida Liberdade Hotel Heritage Lisboa Plaza Hotel MarquĂŞs de Pombal Hotel Sana Capitol Hotel

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Programme T U E S D A Y, 2 9 M A Y

15.00 15.30

Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Board Meeting

20.00 22.00

Venue: Palácio de Fronteira Largo de São Domingos de Benfica, 1 1500-554 Lisboa Dinner kindly hosted by Marquês de Fronteira Bus leaves for Tivoli Lisboa Hotel

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Fo r B o a r d M e m b e r s o f E u r o pa N o s t r a o n ly

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C O N G R E S S

Fo r B o a r d a n d C o u n c i l M e m b e r s o f E u r o pa N o s t r a o n ly

09.30 – 12.30

Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel for Fundação Ricardo Espírito Santo Silva Council Meeting (1st part)

12.30 – 15.00 15.00 – 17.00 17.15

Venue: Fundação Ricardo Espírito Santo Silva R. de São Tomé 84, 1100 Lisbon Lunch and guided visit of the Foundation’s museum Council Meeting (2nd part) Bus leaves for Tivoli Lisboa Hotel

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H E R I T A G E

08.45 09.00

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M A Y W E D N E S D A Y ,

09.45 10.00 – 17.00

Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Participants will be split into two or three groups of 30 persons each Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Guided Heritage Visit in Lisbon (including lunch) Museum of the Fundação Ricardo Espírito Santo Silva Lisbon Cathedral Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tiles Museum)

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F o r a l l o t h e r C o n g r e s s Pa r t i c i p a n t s , L a u r e a t e s a n d Invited Guests

F o r a l l C o n g r e s s Pa r t i c i p a n t s , L a u r e a t e s a n d I n v i t e d G u e s t s

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Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel for Belém Welcome Reception kindly hosted by H.E. Aníbal Cavaco Silva, President of the Republic of Portugal Followed by a short visit to the Museum of the Presidency of the Republic (2008 Winner of an EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award)

20.45

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H E R I T A G E

18.15 18.30 19.00 – 20.30

Venue: Palácio de Belém, official residence of the President of the Republic of Portugal Praça Afonso de Albuquerque, 1349-022 Lisbon Bus leaves for Tivoli Lisboa Hotel 9


Programme

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T H U R S D A Y, 31 M A Y

3 1

F o r a l l C o n g r e s s Pa r t i c i p a n t s , L a u r e a t e s , I n v i t e d G u e s t s a n d the general public Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Bus leaves for Museu do Oriente Europa Nostra Excellence Fair (including the presentations by the 2012 Laureates)

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T H U R S D A Y ,

08.45 09.00 09.30 – 13.00

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Venue: Museu do Oriente Avenida Brasília, Doca de Alcântara (Norte) 1350-352 Lisbon Opening Session:

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09.30 09.35 09.40

Welcome by Carlos Monjardino, President of the Fundação Oriente Museu Introduction by John Sell, Executive Vice-President of Europa Nostra Address by Monica Urian de Sousa, Programme Manager, Directorate - General Education and Culture, European Commission Venue: Museu do Oriente, Auditorium

Pa r a l l e l S e s s i o n s :

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09.45 – 13.00 10.00 – 13.00 11.00 – 11.30 13.00 – 14.00

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Presentations by the 2012 Award Winners in Category 1 Venue: Museu do Oriente, Auditorium Presentations by the 2012 Award Winners in Category 2, 3 and 4 Venue: Museu do Oriente, Beijing Room Coffee break Lunch Venue: Museu do Oriente, Macau Room


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Venue: Palácio da Vila Largo Rainha Dona Amélia, 2710-616 Sintra Participants to assemble at the entrance of Palácio da Vila Bus leaves for Tivoli Lisboa Hotel

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3 1

21.15 21.30

16.15

T H U R S D A Y ,

17.00 – 20.00 20.00 – 21.00

Public Lecture by Arch. Wessel de Jonge “Continuity and change: conservation and adaptive re-use of Modern Movement architectural heritage” Wessel de Jonge is a renowned Dutch architect, inter alia responsible for the large-scale rehabilitation project for the Van Nelle Design Factory in Rotterdam, a 2008 Grand Prix winner of an EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award (category conservation) Venue: Museu do Oriente, Auditorium Bus leaves from Museu do Oriente for the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sintra Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel for the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sintra Important note: Please wear comfortable shoes and bring a coat/wrap Visit of main heritage sites at Sintra Buffet reception kindly hosted by the City of Sintra

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14.30 – 16.00

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Programme F R I D A Y, 1 J U N E

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F o r a l l C o n g r e s s Pa r t i c i p a n t s , L a u r e a t e s , I n v i t e d G u e s t s and the General Public

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08.30 08.45

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09.30 – 13.30

Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel for the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Europa Nostra Forum 2012 “Saving Europe’s Endangered Heritage” (see detailed programme on page 18)

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13.45

Venue: The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Auditorium 2 Avenida de Berna 45a, 1050 Lisbon Bus leaves for Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Note: Lunch by own arrangement

F o r a l l C o n g r e s s Pa r t i c i p a n t s , L a u r e a t e s a n d I n v i t e d G u e s t s

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17.30 17.45

18.45 19.00 – 21.00

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Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel for the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos Important note: Invitations to the Ceremony will be checked at the entrance. Everybody should be seated European Heritage Awards Ceremony Also marking the 40th anniversary of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention Bus leaves from the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos to Tivoli Lisboa Hotel for participants who did not register for the Buffet Dinner.


J U N E 1 F R I D A Y , P R O G R A M M E 2 0 1 2 C O N G R E S S

Venue: Mosteiro dos Jerónimos R. dos Jerónimos 3, 1400 Lisbon

From 23.15 From 23.15

Buffet dinner Venue: Upper floor of the Cloisters of the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos Important note: Invitations to the Buffet Dinner will be checked. Participants to assemble at the entrance of the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos Bus leaves for Tivoli Lisboa Hotel

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21.30 – 23.00

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F o r a l l C o n g r e s s Pa r t i c i p a n t s , L a u r e a t e s a n d I n v i t e d G u e s t s

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Programme

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S A T U R D A Y, 2 J U N E

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Fo r a l l C o n g r e s s pa r t i c i pa n t s, L a u r e a t e s, I n v i t e d G u e s t s a n d the General Public

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S A T U R D A Y ,

09.45 10.00 11.00 – 11.30

Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel for Mafra Short concert of the six organs of the Basilica (2012 winner of an EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award) Followed by Address by Maestro Plácido Domingo, President of Europa Nostra

Fo r E u r o pa N o s t r a M e m b e r s o n ly Europa Nostra General Assembly

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12.00 – 14.00

15.30 – 16.30

Venue: Library of the Mafra National Palace and Monastery Lunch Venue: Refectory of the Monastery Important note: For those not attending the General Assembly, the guided visit of the Palace and Monastery has been arranged from 12.00 – 14.00, followed by lunch from 14.15 – 15.30 and departure for Lisbon at 15.30 Guided visit of the Palace and Monastery of Mafra

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Venue: Mafra National Palace and Monastery Bus leaves for Lisbon

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H E R I T A G E

14.15 – 15.30

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A lt e r n at i v e a f t e r n o o n p r o g r a m m e f o r t h o s e w h o r e g i st e r e d for the Industrial Heritage Excursion Excursion to various Industrial Heritage sites around Lisbon Important note: Participants will not return to the Tivoli Lisboa Hotel in Lisbon after the excursion, but proceed directly to the Closing Dinner in Cascais.

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13.45 – 20.00

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Immediately after the General Assembly meeting, this excursion will proceed by bus to Lisbon. A lunchbox will be provided. The trip will start with both the famous Aqueduto das Águas Livres and the Museu da Água with the Barbadinhos Steam Pumping Station (1880). From there, we continue by bus over the modern, exceptionally long, Ponte Vasco da Gama bridge, over the Tagus estuary to the Gunpowder Factory at the Vale de Milhaços. From here, we take a ferry boat to Cais do Sodré, located at the riverside embankment in Lisbon centre. At Cais do Sodré Railway Station, we board a recently restored vintage carriage of the National Railway Museum to Cascais. There, we shall join the other congress participants – who stayed in Mafra that afternoon – for the Closing Dinner at the Cascais Cidadela Palace.

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Venue: Cidadela Cascais Bus leaves for Lisbon

H E R I T A G E

Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Bus leaves from Tivoli Lisboa Hotel for Cascais Short visit of “Casa das Histórias – Paula Rego” Museum at Cascais Closing Dinner kindly hosted by the City of Cascais

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18.45 19.00 19.45 20.30

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F o r a l l C o n g r e s s Pa r t i c i p a n t s , L a u r e a t e s a n d I n v i t e d G u e s t s w h o d o n o t pa r t i c i pa t e i n t h e I n d u s t r i a l H e r i t a g e E x c u r s i o n

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Programme S U N D A Y, 3 J U N E

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F o r a l l C o n g r e s s Pa r t i c i p a n t s , E u r o p a N o s t r a M e m b e r s , Laureates and Invited Guests

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3

09.15 09.30 – 22.00 13.00

Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Full day excursion to the Alcobaça and Batalha Monasteries and the village of Óbidos Buffet lunch Venue: Pousada Mestre Afonso Domingues in Batalha

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We shall visit two of Portugal’s most important sites, the monasteries at Alcobaça and Batalha, each totally different in architecture and design, and the beautiful medieval village of Óbidos. To close the day we shall be received for drinks with snacks kindly offered by the Municipality of Óbidos.

Batalha Monastery

16.30 20.00 ± 22.00

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Bus leaves Batalha with participants for the Post-Congress tour for Coimbra Bus with the participants of the full day excursion leaves for Lisbon Bus arrives in Lisbon


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SUNDAY 3 JUNE – WEDNESDAY 6 JUNE F o r R e g i s t e r e d Pa r t i c i p a n t s

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09.30

Participants to assemble at Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Important Note: Participants should take their luggage with them Four-days Post-Congress tour The visits to two major monasteries of the full day excursion of Sunday 3 June are included in the Post-Congress tour (see page 16)

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09.15

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Northern Portugal presents a heritage and landscape very different to central and southern Portugal, and since the 18th century is the richest area of this small country due to the trading of Port wine, textiles, silver craftsmanship and camellia flowers. With an Atlantic mild climate, it boasts a beautiful landscape where its main rivers are the Douro and Minho. There are a large number of manor houses, churches, and monasteries, with granite combined with whitewashed walls as a typical feature. The tour departs from Lisbon and ends at 15.00 at Porto Airport.

Mosteiro de Santa Marinha, Guimarães

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Forum

F R I D A Y, 1 J U N E - P R O G R A M M E Organised in cooperation with Centro Nacional de Cultura and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

“S AVING EUROPE’S ENDANGERED HERIT AGE”

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F O R U M

Venue: The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation – Auditorium 2 Avenida de Berna 45a, 1050 Lisbon N.B.: Presentations will be made in English or French without translation

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09.30-09.45

H E R I T A G E

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10.30-11.30

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Opening session Welcome by Artur Santos Silva, Chairman, The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Portugal Introduction by Costa Carras, Vice-President of Europa Nostra, Greece Panel I – International Experience & Different Models Panel to be introduced and moderated by: Francesco Bandarin, Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO Panelists: Bonnie Burnham, President & Chief Executive Officer World Monuments Fund, USA: “The Watch Experience” Simon Molesworth, Chairman of INTO, Australia: “The Australian “Heritage At Risk” annual campaign and the US “Most Endangered Historic Places” annual campaign – A comparison of objectives, methodologies and outcome” Isabel Raposo de Magalhães, Vice-President of the ICCROM Council, Portugal: “Heritage at Risk: International Cooperation” Panel II – National Experience & Different Models Panel to be introduced and moderated by: Adam Wilkinson, Council member of Europa Nostra, Director of Edinburgh World Heritage, United Kingdom Panelists: Ilaria Borletti Buitoni, President of the Fondo Ambiente Italiano, Italy: “I Luoghi del Cuore” Wolter Braamhorst, Editor of Europa Nostra Heritage in Motion Magazine, the Netherlands: “The BBC TV Restoration Programme” Bertrand de Feydeau, Vice-Président de la Fondation du Patrimoine, France : “Emergence d’un mécénat populaire en France pour sauver le patrimoine en péril”


12.45-13.30

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Panel III – Spotlight on Portugal Panel to be introduced and moderated by: António Lamas, President of Parques de Sintra – Monte da Lua Panelists: Vítor Cóias, President of GECoRPA - Portuguese Built Heritage Guild: “The Role of Enterprises Working in Heritage Conservation” Hugo O’Neill, President of the Portuguese Historic Houses Association: “Portuguese built patrimony - A yet untapped treasure” António Sérgio Rosa de Carvalho, Architectural historian: “Lisbon Heritage in Danger” João Teixeira, Vice President of the European Council of Spatial Planners: “Cities need integrated and sustainable urban regeneration urgently” Elísio Summavielle, General Director for Cultural Heritage: “Safeguarding Heritage in Portugal” Closing Session: What kind of action is needed at European level? Panel to be introduced and moderated by: Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins, President of the Centro Nacional de Cultura, Portugal Panelists: Joseph Falzon, Vice Chair of the Sub Committee on Culture, Diversity and Heritage of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Malta Cristina Gutierrez-Cortines, Member of the European Parliament, Spain Denis de Kergorlay, Executive President of Europa Nostra, France Emílio Rui Vilar, Trustee, The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Portugal

C O N G R E S S

12.00-12.45

H E R I T A G E

Coffee break

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11.30-12.00

F O R U M

Lejla Hadzic, ˘ ´ Regional Coordinator of Cultural Heritage without Borders, Sweden-Bosnia & Herzegovina-Kosovo-Albania: “The role of an NGO in safeguarding a World Heritage Site” Stelios Lekakis, Archaeologist, Elliniki Etairia, Greece “The MuA Project (Monuments at Risk)“ Corinne Roger, Directrice des Missions Immobilières de l’Institut du Patrimoine Wallon, Belgium: “Wallonia Heritage Institute - Saving endangered listed buildings: an intensive care...” Carl von Essen, the Swedish Association for Building Preservation, Sweden: “The Yellow List”

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Contact INFORMATION

I N F O R M A T I O N

HO TEL RESER VA TIONS

AIM Group International Av. da Liberdade 258 – 6º, 1250-149, Lisbon T: +351 213 24 50 40 F: +351 213 24 50 50 E: lisbon@aims-international.com W: www.aimgroup.eu

REGISTRATION DESK

Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Mezzanine Floor Av. da Liberdade 185 1269-050 Lisboa T: +351 21 319 89 00 (hotel reception) F: +315 21 319 89 50 (hotel reception)

OPENING HOURS

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

29 May: 30 May: 31 May: 1 June:

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E U R O P A N O S T R A S T A F F ( 2 9 M a y – 2 J u n e 2 012 ) ■ For logistical queries M: +351 9 618 18 387 ■ For matters concerning the Presentation of the Laureates / the Awards Ceremony please contact Elena Bianchi on M: +351 9 671 78 906

16.00 – 20.00 08.00 – 18.00 08.00 – 15.00 08.00 – 13.00 15.00 – 17.00 09.00 – 10.00

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E U R O PA N O S T R A I N T E R N A T I O N A L S E C R E T A R I A T Lange Voorhout 35 NL-2514 EC The Hague T: +31 70 302 40 50 F: +31 70 361 78 65 E: info@europanostra.org During the Congress the The Hague office will be open from Monday 28 May – Friday 1 June. The staff can be reached via phone (+31 (0) 70 302 40 50) or e-mail (info@europanostra.org).

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General INFORMATION

Emergency Phone Numbers National Emergency Number 112

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Banks Banks are usually open from Monday to Friday from 08.30 to 15.00 Currency The Euro is the official currency in Portugal. Information about exchange rates can be found in hotel lobbies and banks.

G E N E R A L

Telecommunications The international code for Portugal is +351. For international calls from Portugal the prefix 00 is to be used.

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Climate The weather in Portugal is a Mediterranean climate. The night and daytime temperatures in early June average around 15 째C and 24째C respectively.

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Time difference Summer time is in effect and the official time in Portugal will be GMT.

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Transport INFORMATION

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Transport from and to the airport Lisbon Airport is located close to the centre of the city. The cost of a taxi from Lisbon Airport to the city centre is approximately g 15 each way. Please note that taxis in Portugal are quite affordable. Several buses arrive and depart outside the arrivals terminal. The Aerobus can be used to travel from and to the airport. It has regular daily departures, and offers a good connection to the main spots of the city. The cost of a one-way ticket is g 3.50. Tickets can be purchased on board or at the Tourism Office Counter in the airport’s Arrivals public area. It is recommended never to lose sight of one’s luggage.

T R A N S P O R T

Bus Transfers during the Congress For exact departure times, please refer to the detailed programme on pages 8 - 17. Public Transport All metro’s in Lisbon run from 6.30 AM to 1.00 AM

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The Lisboa Card provides unlimited usage of buses, trams, metro’s and trains in Lisbon and also provides free entry and discounts to the major museums and monuments in Lisbon region. The Lisboa Card is available at Lisbon Airport from the Turismo de Lisboa booths, but also at the Welcome Centre, Kiosks, Train Stations and hotels. You can choose between cards valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours. This card is most suitable for infrequent visitors, and is valid from the first check-in.

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H E R I T A G E

T r a n s p o r t f r o m t h e G e n e r a l A s s e m b ly t o L i s b o n A i r p o r t The cost of a taxi from the General Assembly in Mafra to Lisbon Airport is approximately g 35 and will take about 50 minutes.

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Hotel T: +351 21 319 89 00 F: +351 21 319 89 50 E: reservas.htl@tivolihotels.com

Tivoli Jardim Hotel Rua Júlio César Machado 7/9 1250-135, Lisbon

T: +351 21 359 10 00 F: +351 21 359 12 45 E: htjardim@tivolihotels.com

Heritage Av. Liberdade Hotel Av. da Liberdade 28 1250-145, Lisbon

T: +351 213 218 200 E: heritage.hotels@heritage.pt

Heritage Lisboa Plaza Hotel Tv. do Salitre 7, Av. da Liberdade 1269-066, Lisbon

T: +351 213 218 200 E: heritage.hotels@heritage.pt

Marquês de Pombal Hotel Av. da Liberdade 243 1250-143, Lisbon

T: +351 21 319 79 00 E: info@hotel-marquesdepombal.pt

Sana Capitol Hotel Rue Eça de Queiroz 24 1050-096 Lisbon

T: +351 213 536 811 F: +351 213 526 165 E: sanacapitol@sanahotels.com

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Tivoli Lisboa Hotel Av. da Liberdade 185 1269-050, Lisbon

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Museums RECOMMENDED

C alouste Gulbenkian Museum Av. de Berna 45a, 1067-001 Lisbon Visiting hours Tuesday – Sunday 10.00 – 17.45

M U S E U M S

Treasures from the East and the West collected by one man is now one of the world’s finest private art collections. It includes works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Monet and René Lalique.

Berardo Museum

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Praça do Império, 1449-003 Lisbon Visiting hours Monday – Sunday 10.00 – 19.00

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A Portuguese millionaire has put together one of Europe’s greatest modern art collections which includes works by Andy Warhol, Picasso, and Dali among others.

Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (National Ancient Art Museum)

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Rua das Janelas Verdes, 1249-017 Lisbon Visiting hours Wednesday – Sunday 10.00 – 18.00 Tuesday 14.00 – 18.00 Fascinating Oriental and European art makes up the superb collection of Portugal’s ‘National Gallery’. Much of it is related to the Age of Discovery.

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Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tiles Museum) Rua da Madre de Deus 4, 1900-312 Lisbon Visiting hours Tuesday – Sunday 10.00 – 18.00

M U S E U M S

Unique in the world, this museum showcases an ancient art form (decorative ceramic tiles) in a lavish old convent

Museu Nacional dos Coches (National Coaches Museum)

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Praça Afonso de Albuquerque, 1300 Lisbon Visiting hours Tuesday – Sunday 10.00 – 18.00

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One of Lisbon’s most visited museums, the Coaches Museum has the largest and most valuable collection of its type in the world. It is housed in a richly decorated 18th century royal riding school.

D e s i g n a n d Fa s h i o n M u s eu m

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Rua Augusta 24, 1100-053 Lisbon Visiting hours Tuesday – Sunday 10.00 – 18.00 Lisbon’s exceptional Design Museum is one of the world’s leading museums of 20th century design. The design collection consists of works by some 230 designers.

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Restaurants RECOMMENDED

Tivoli Jardim Hotel – Olivier Avenida ★★★★ Rua Júlio César Machado, n°7, 1250-135 Lisboa Gambrinus ★★★★ Rua das Portas de Santo Antão 23, 1150-264 Lisboa

Modern, trendy +351 (0)21 317 41 05 Traditional Portuguese kitchen +351 (0)21 342 14 66

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Portuguese cuisine with a Minho inspiration Solar dos Presuntos ★★★★ Rua das Portas de Santo Antão 150, 1150-269 Lisboa +351 (0)21 342 42 53 Bica do Sapato ★★★ Avenida Infante Dom Henrique B, 1900-436 Lisboa Cervejaria Ribadouro ★★ Av. da Liberdade 155, 1245-896 Lisboa

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Cervejaria da Trindade ★★ R. Nova da Trindade 20, 1200 Lisboa

Sea food restaurant +351 (0)21 354 94 11 Oldest tavern in Lisbon located in a former monastery +351 (0)21 342 35 06

Cervejaria Portugália – Cais do Sodré ★★ Rua da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa, 1200-109 Lisbon

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Portuguese cuisine, modern +351 (0)21 881 03 20

Sea food, steaks +351 (0)21 342 21 38

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Casa de Fado Marquês da Sé Largo do Marguês da Sé 1, 1100-334 Lisboa

+351 (0)21 888 02 34

Clube do Fado Rua S. João da Praça 86 – 94, 1100-521 Lisboa

+351 (0)21 885 27 04

Café Luso Travessa da Quiemada 10, 1200-365 Lisboa

+351 (0)21 342 22 81


2012 Europan Heritage Congress Lisbon Programme  

a detailed guide of events, locations and meetings for the 2012 European Heritage Congress in Lisbon, 30 May- 2 June

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