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EUROPEAN HERITAGE CONGRESS 2016 Madrid, Spain, 22 – 27 May 2016


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L O C AT I O N Meliá Madrid Princesa Salón “Prado” (on the 2nd floor) Calle de la Princesa 27 28008 Madrid (Nearest Metro station: Ventura Rodríguez-Line 3)

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C O N TA C T For the Congress Registration Desk: E-mail: registration@europanostra.org Phone: +34 634 802 274 For matters concerning the Presentations by the Laureates / Awards Ceremony: E-mail: awards@europanostra.org Phone: +34 634 802 280 BADGES Participants are requested to wear their badge during all the events of the Congress. So as to simplify recognition, please note that the following coloured badges will be worn by: White: Congress Delegates Red: Staff Yellow: Award Winners Blue: Press E U R O PA N O S T R A I N T E R N AT I O N A L S E C R E TA R I AT Lange Voorhout 35 NL-2514 EC The Hague T: +31 70 302 40 50 F: +31 70 361 78 65 E: info@europanostra.org Layout Amon Design | Printed by the Fundación Carmen Pardo-Valcarce by professional workers with intellectual disability | Photo cover Creative Commons This publication is produced with the support of the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. COPYRIGHT © 2016 EUROPA NOSTRA


Detailed Programme

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Programme of the Forum

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Practical Information

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Hotel Information

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Recommended Museums

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Recommended Restaurants

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Acknowledgments

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Map of Congress Hotels and Main Congress Venues

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Information on the Exhibition

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Exhibition

‘RECOGNISING SPANISH HERITAGE IN EUROPE’

E X H I B I T I O N

Hispania Nostra is organising a major photographic exhibition about the Spanish winners of the European Heritage Awards since its creation in 1978. Spain is first in the European ranking, having received a total of 148 awards. For the first time ever, this exhibition will display the country’s most outstanding heritage accomplishments honoured by Europa Nostra and, since 2002, also by the European Commission. During the 2016 European Heritage Congress in Madrid, it will be held at the College of Architects of Madrid and will be officially opened on 23 May by Her Majesty the Queen Letizia of Spain, in her capacity as Honorary President of Hispania Nostra.

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All 148 award-winning projects from Spain demonstrate that cultural heritage is a strategic resource for sustainable development at regional, national and European levels.The photo exhibition will also feature the 16 winners of the Hispania Nostra Awards, set up in 2012 with the aim of contributing to the dissemination of good practices in the heritage field in Spain. Organised by Hispania Nostra to mark its 40th anniversary, the exhibition is supported by the Spanish Cultural Action of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Spanish Agency for International Development and Cooperation (AECID) and is designed to be shown at various cultural centres both in Spain and abroad. The EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award received the support of the EU Culture programme and is now supported by the EU Creative Europe programme. 4

©Victor Gibello, member of Hispania Nostra

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The photo exhibition will take us on a fascinating journey across Spain over nearly 40 years, showing the best and most inspiring examples in conservation, research, dedicated service to heritage, and education, training and awareness-raising. A total of 92 remarkable heritage projects were presented with Europa Nostra Awards between 1978 and 2001, while 56 won the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards between 2002 and 2015. Of these, seven projects received a Grand Prix and a monetary award of € 10,000 each between 2008 and 2015, namely: in the Dedicated Service category, Dr. Glenn Murray (2009); in the Conservation category, the Roman Theatre of Cartagena (2010), the Preindustrial Buildings in Ademuz/Sesga in Valencia (2011), the Number 2 Blast Furnace in Valencia (2012), the Roman Theatre of Medellin (2013), the Cooperative Wineries Programme in Barcelona (2014) and the Salt Valley of Añana in the Basque Country (2015).


Welcome

Dear Members & Friends of Europa Nostra, Our warmest welcome to the European Heritage Congress 2016 in Madrid. Organised by Europa Nostra in close cooperation with its country representation Hispania Nostra, this year’s Congress contributes to Hispania Nostra’s 40th anniversary celebrations. Our Congress will bring to Madrid hundreds of heritage players from all over Europe – professionals and volunteers, members of Europa Nostra and the European Heritage Alliance 3.3, partners from the wider fields of culture and economy, and representatives from various EU Institutions. This is also an ideal occasion to welcome the proposed European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 and to continue the discussion on the ways in which we can ensure that this Year will serve as a platform for connecting and amplifying many excellent heritage initiatives local, regional, national and European - which have already been developed across Europe. Among the many interesting meetings,networking events and cultural visits,we wish to draw your special attention to the highlights of the Congress programme. W E L C O M E

The exhibition ‘Recognising Spanish Heritage in Europe’, displaying a selection of winners of our European Heritage Awards from Spain between 1978 and 2016, will be opened by H.M. Queen Letizia of Spain on the afternoon of 23 May at the College of Architects of Madrid. The public debate ‘Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe’ (CHCFE), including the presentation of the Spanish edition of the CHCFE Executive Summary, will take place on the afternoon of 23 May at Espacio Bertelsmann.

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The European Heritage Awards Ceremony will be held on the evening of 24 May at the historic Teatro de la Zarzuela. Maestro Plácido Domingo, President of Europa Nostra, and Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture,Youth and Sport, will co-host this high-profile event celebrating the winners of the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards 2016. The Ceremony will be preceded by the Excellence Fair,on the morning of 24 May,at the College of Architects of Madrid, during which the winners will present their outstanding heritage achievements. On 25 May, at the Conde Duque Cultural Centre, the full-day Forum ‘Social Participation in Heritage Protection’will offer a platform for rich debate on how social participation in heritage has developed over the last years, based on the experience of different stakeholders from Spain and other European countries as well as from Latin America. The ‘Madrid Declaration’ based on the Forum Conclusions will be adopted during the General Assembly of Europa Nostra on the morning of 26 May.

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The cultural programme features visits to some of the many heritage sites in the Spanish capital, including Madrid’s Metro Transport System (organised by Europa Nostra’s Industrial and Engineering Heritage Committee) and the Royal Academy of the Fine Arts of San Fernando on the afternoon of 26 May.

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The Congress in Madrid is a key event of Europa Nostra’s Network project‘Mainstreaming Heritage’, which is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. It also benefits from the support of numerous public and private partners from Spain and other European countries. On behalf of the Europa Nostra team and all its partners, we wish you an inspiring and rewarding stay in Madrid. Cordially yours, Denis de Kergorlay Executive President of Europa Nostra

Araceli Pereda Alonso President of Hispania Nostra 5


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Meliá Madrid Princesa Congress Registration Desk Room “Prado”, 2nd floor Calle de la Princesa 27, 28008 Madrid Emperador Hotel Madrid Calle Gran Vía 53, 28013 Madrid

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Espahotel Plaza de España Plaza de España 7, 28008 Madrid

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Espahotel Gran Via Calle Gran Vía 65, 28013 Madrid

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Courtyard Madrid Princesa Calle de la Princesa 40, 28008 Madrid


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Espacio Bertelsmann Calle O’Donnell, 10, 28009 Madrid

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College of Architects of Madrid Calle Hortaleza 63, 28004 Madrid

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Hispania Nostra Calle Manuel 5, 28015 Madrid

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Fine Arts Circle (Ballroom) Calle Alcalá 42, 28014 Madrid

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Conde Duque Cultural Centre Calle Conde Duque 11, 28014 Madrid

| Wed 25/5 Forum and Lunch | Thu 26/5 General Assembly Internal & Public Sessions

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San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts Calle Alcalá 13, 28014 Madrid

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Headquarters of the Presidency of the Community of Madrid Real Casa de Correos Puerta del Sol 7, 28013 Madrid

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Zarzuela Theater Calle Jovellanos 4, 28014 Madrid

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Programme FOR BOARD MEMBERS ON LY

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Board Meeting Kindly hosted by Alvaro Santa Cruz, Vice-President of Europa Nostra Venue: Calle San Bernardino 14, 28015 Madrid

FOR SCI ENTI FIC COU NCI L MEMBERS ON LY

P R O G R A M M E

15.00-18.00

Scientific Council Meeting – Internal Session Venue: Hispania Nostra, Calle Manuel 5, 28015 Madrid

FOR ALL CONGRESS PARTICI PANTS

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18.30

Private Screening of the Movie “The Olive Tree” (“El Olivo”) N.B.: The movie is screened in original version with English subtitles. Tickets will be handed out from 18.00 upon prior registration by email at info@tauladelsenia.org. Venue: Conde Duque Alberto Aguilera Movie Theatre Calle Alberto Aguilera 4, 28015 Madrid

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The movie “The Olive Tree” (“El Olivo”), is the latest movie (2016) of the famous Spanish director and actress Icíar Bollaín in collaboration with the screenwriter Paul Laverty. “Te Doy Mis Ojos” (2003), one of her many internationally rewarded movies, won seven Goya Awards. The movie received the support of the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme of the European Union and Eurimages of the Council of Europe.

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Synopsis: Alma, 20, works in a chicken farm by the village of Canet, in the province of Castellon, on the East coast of Spain. She has a profound connection with her dearly beloved Grandfather despite the fact he has stopped talking years ago. But when he begins to refuse food, Alma becomes obsessed with an idea: the only way to save her Grandfather is to recover the two thousand year olive tree that the family uprooted and sold 12 years ago against his will.

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Scientific Council Meeting – Public Session Theme: “Fortifications count for Europe? - Best Practices of Sustainable Conservation and Enhancement of Europe’s Fortified Heritage” Venue: College of Architects of Madrid (“Auditorio” on the 2nd floor), Calle Hortaleza 63, 28004 Madrid

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Inauguration of the Exhibition “Recognising Spanish Heritage in Europe – Winners of the Europa Nostra Awards (1978 – 2001) and Laureates of the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards (2002 – 2016) from Spain” In the presence of Her Majesty the Queen Letizia of Spain Venue: College of Architects of Madrid, Calle Hortaleza 63, 28004 Madrid N.B.: Invitation to the Inauguration must be shown at the entrance

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12.00-13.30

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FOR I NVITED GU ESTS ON LY

Departure by bus from the College of Architects of Madrid

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Light Lunch Venue: Espacio Bertelsmann, Calle O’Donnell, 10, 28009 Madrid

14.30-17.30

Council Meeting - Internal Session Venue: Espacio Bertelsmann, Calle O’Donnell, 10, 28009 Madrid

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©Bertelsmann

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13.30

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Refreshments Venue: Espacio Bertelsmann, Calle O’Donnell, 10, 28009 Madrid

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Council Meeting - Public Session Debate on “Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe” (CHCFE) Presentation of the Spanish Edition of the CHCFE Executive Summary Moderated by Sneska ˇ Quaedvlieg-Mihailovic,´ Secretary General, Europa Nostra Panelists:  Michel Magnier, Director for Culture and Creativity at Directorate General for Education and Culture, European Commission  Araceli Pereda Alonso, President, Hispania Nostra  Prof. Koenraad Van Balen, Director, Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (Leuven) Venue: Espacio Bertelsmann, Calle O’Donnell, 10, 28009 Madrid

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Departure by bus to the College of Architects of Madrid

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FOR ALL (OPEN TO TH E PU BLIC)

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Welcome Reception and Inauguration of the Exhibition “Recognising Spanish Heritage in Europe – Winners of the Europa Nostra Awards(1978 – 2001) and laureates of the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards (2002 – 2016) from Spain” Venue: College of Architects of Madrid, Calle Hortaleza 63, 28004 Madrid

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Excellence Fair – Presentations by Award Winners 2016 Venue: College of Architects of Madrid, Calle Hortaleza 63, 28004 Madrid

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OPEN I NG SESSION 

Introduction by John Sell, Executive Vice-President of Europa Nostra  Address by Michel Magnier, Director for Culture and Creativity at Directorate General for Education and Culture, European Commission Venue: Salón de Actos (garden level)

P R O G R A M M E

09.30-09.45

Presentations by the 2016 Award Winners in Categories Research and Education, Training and Awareness Raising Venue: Auditorio (on the 2nd floor)

13.00-15.00

Excellence Fair - Networking Lunch Venue: outside Salón de Actos

C O N G R E S S

10.00-13.00

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Presentations by the 2016 Award Winners in Category Conservation and Dedicated Service Venue: Salón de Actos (garden level)

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10.00-13.00

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PAR ALLEL SESSIONS

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2016 European Heritage Awards Ceremony Venue: Zarzuela Theater, Calle Jovellanos 4, 28014 Madrid N.B.: Invitation to the Ceremony must be shown at the entrance

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©Fernando Marcos

Co-hosted by: Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, and Plácido Domingo, President of Europa Nostra. Dress code: Dark suit Festive Reception Venue: Fine Arts Circle, Ballroom, Calle Alcalá 42, 28014 Madrid N.B.: Invitation to the Reception must be shown at the entrance

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©Juan Luis Jaen

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Forum on Social Participation in Heritage Protection: Spanish, European and Hispano-American Experiences Organised by Hispania Nostra on the occasion of its 40th anniversary Venue: Conde Duque Cultural Centre (Salón de Actos: Torcuato Luca de Tena), Calle Conde Duque 11, 28014 Madrid (see detailed programme on pages 20-23)

08.45-09.15

Registration of Participants

09.15-13.30

Forum on Social Participation in Heritage Protection: Spanish, European and Hispano-American Experiences – Opening Session, Panel I and Panel II

13.45-15.15

Light Lunch

15.30-18.30

Forum on Social Participation in Heritage Protection: Spanish, European and Hispano-American Experiences – Panel III and Panel IV

18.30-19.00

Forum Conclusions and Summary of the four Panels

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©Conde Duque / Sofia Menendez

09.15-19.00

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General Assembly Venue: Conde Duque Cultural Centre, Calle Conde Duque 11, 28014 Madrid

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I NTERNAL SESSION - FOR MEMBERS AN D ASSOCIATES OF EU ROPA NOSTR A

10.00-12.30

General Assembly – Internal Session Venue: Conde Duque Cultural Centre (Salón de Actos: Torcuato Luca de Tena), Calle Conde Duque 11, 28014 Madrid

12.30-13.00

Coffee Break

PU BLIC SESSION - FOR ALL CONGRESS PARTICI PANTS

Presentation of the “Madrid Manifesto” based on the Conclusions of the Forum on Social Participation in Heritage Protection: Spanish, European and Hispano-American Experiences Venue: Conde Duque Cultural Centre (Salón de Actos: Torcuato Luca de Tena), Calle Conde Duque 11, 28014 Madrid (see detailed programme on pages 20-23)

14.00-15.00

Closing cocktail kindly hosted by Manuela Carmena, Mayor of Madrid Venue : idem N.B.: Participants to the Industrial Heritage Visit cannot attend the General Assembly lunch as the bus departs at the same time. A packed lunch is provided.

H E R I T A G E

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13.00-14.00

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CU LTU R AL VISITS

OPTION I:

14.00-19.00

Industrial Heritage Visit of the Madrid Metro Transport System and the City’s Waterworks Organised by Europa Nostra’s Industrial and Engineering Heritage Committee N.B.: For any further information on the visit, please contact Rienko Wilton, Founding Secretary of the IEHC on +31 6 13 05 19 65.


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Participants assemble in front of the Conde Duque Cultural Center Departure by bus from the Calle Santa Cruz de Mercenando (corner of Conde Duque) with packed lunch Visit of the Depósito Elevado Canal Isabel II Visit of the Cuatro Caminos Depot Visit of the Chamberi Ghost Metro Station Visit of the Nave de Motores Engine Shed Departure by metro from Station Pacifico Arrival at Puerta del Sol Metro Station / city centre

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©CC BY-SA JJ González López Metro de Madrid motors

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Dress (smart) casual as all sites are in clean surroundings. Since a fair amount of walking is involved during the visits, comfortable shoes (no high heels) are recommended. Please, note that there might not be enough time to change attire before attending the Closing Reception. It is thus advised to dress accordingly.

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N.B.:

P R O G R A M M E

At this year’s Annual Congress in Madrid, Europa Nostra’s Industrial and Engineering Heritage Committee (IEHC) will organise its traditional industrial heritage excursion. The excursion starts with a brief visit to Madrid’s Waterworks “Canal de Isabel II” to be followed by extensive visits to Madrid’s Metro Transport System, inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII in 1919. It is the oldest subway system in Spain and one of the 10 oldest in the world. The system boasts an original depot and workshops, which serve both modern and vintage trains, an electric power station and an abandoned or “ghost” subway station. The subway represents a combination of still good functioning, partly preserved, but not fully recognized and hence endangered industrial heritage. The Metro Transport System’s Heritage Department is responsible for the conservation and restoration of this emblematic industrial heritage with the intention of making it eventually an integral part of the collection of a Metro Transport Museum planned to be opened at the occasion of the Metro’s centennial celebrations in 2019.

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CU LTU R AL VISITS

OPTION I I:

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Participants assemble outside the Royal Academy (Calle Alcalá 13, 28014 Madrid) Visit of the Royal Academy of the Fine Arts of San Fernando Participants walk back to the hotels

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©San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts

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P R O G R A M M E

The San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts was officially inaugurated in 1752 during the reign of Fernando VI, long after the painter Antonio Meléndez suggested the idea of an Arts Academy to King Philip V in 1726. Since 1773, the Academy is housed in the palace of Goyeneche in Madrid, which was designed by José de Churriguera and adapted to a neoclassic style by Diego de Villanueva. It now comprises fifty-six academies in the fields of architecture, painting, sculpture, or design, among others. As a major institution in Madrid, the permanent collection of the Museum of the San Fernando Royal Academy features works from Spanish, Italian and Flemish art. It includes around 1,400 paintings (from which 13 masterpieces from Goya), 600 sculptures (Pereira,Picasso), 15,000 drawings and a large amount of decorative art objects from the 16th to the 19th century. The Academy’s impressive Collection of 17th and 18th century Plaster Casts received a Medal of the 2005 EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards.

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FOR ALL CONGRESS PARTICI PANTS

H E R I T A G E

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P R O G R A M M E

Š Esmadrid

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Closing Reception Venue: Headquarters of the Presidency of the Community of Madrid Real Casa de Correos Puerta del Sol 7, 28013 Madrid

E U R O P E A N

19.30-22.00

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F R I D AY, 2 7 M AY 2 0 1 6 FOR ALL CONGRESS PARTICI PANTS

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2 7

09.00-22.30

Full day post-congress excursion to La Granja de San Ildefonso and Segovia

P R O G R A M M E

Our post-congress excursion will start with a visit to the Royal Palace of La Granja where we will be shown its magnificent gardens and the remarkable museum of tapestries. On our way to Segovia, we shall drive through the impressive countryside of the region of Castile stopping at the important Royal Glass factory before lunch.

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H E R I T A G E

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Perched along a rocky ridge in the Guadarrama Mountains stands Segovia, the imposing capital of Castile, especially known for its magnificently preserved Roman aqueduct. After a guided visit through the city and refreshments, we will continue to Abbatte to see the Cistercian Church of Santa Maria de la Sierra. After the visit and reception, we will return to Madrid.

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21.00 22.30

C O N G R E S S

13.30 14.30 15.00 17.00 18.30

H E R I T A G E

12.30

Participants assemble outside the Meliá Madrid Princesa hotel Departure by bus from the Meliá Madrid Princesa hotel Guided Visit of the Palace and Gardens of the Royal Palace of La Granja Reception offered by Patrimonio Nacional in the “Casa de las Flores” Walk to the Royal Glass Factory followed by a guided visit Departure to Segovia Lunch at Restaurant José María Guided walk through the city and its monumental heritage Departure to Abbatte and the textile project in the Cistercian Church of Santa María de la Sierra, followed by a visit and reception Return by bus to the Meliá Madrid Princesa hotel Arrival at the Meliá Madrid Princesa hotel

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08.45 09.00 10.30

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FORUM ON SOC IAL PARTIC I PATION I N TH E CONSERVATION AN D PR ESERVATION OF CU LTU R AL H ER ITAGE:

Forum 8:45 – 9:15

Registration of participants

9:15 – 10:00

Opening Session Address by Araceli Pereda Alonso, President of Hispania Nostra Opening Addresses by:  Silvia Costa, Member of the European Parliament and Chair of the Committee on Culture and Education (video message)  Lady Diana Eccles, Member of the UK Parliament, Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe  José Pascual Marco, General Director for Policies and Cultural Industries and the Book of Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport  Representative from the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Keynote Address:  José María Pérez “Peridis”, President of the Heritage Foundation Santa María La Real

10:00-11:30

Panel Discussion I

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“Civil Society in Action for Heritage”

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Moderated by Androulla Vassiliou, former European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth (Cyprus) Panelists:  Silverio Agea, Director General, Spanish Association of Foundations (Spain) ˇ Quaedvlieg-Mihailovic,´ Secretary General, Europa Nostra  Sneska (Serbia/Netherlands)  Cecilia García Huidobro, Executive Vice-President, Association for Cultural Heritage in Chile, President, Federation of the Friends of Museums in Chile FECHAM (Chile) Special Rapporteur:  Ana Magraner, member of Hispania Nostra and Europa Nostra and former official of the Directorate General for Education and Culture at the European Commission (Spain) Questions & Answers

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12:00-13:30

Coffee Break Panel Discussion II

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11:30-12:00

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SPAN ISH, EU ROPEAN AN D H ISPANO-A MER ICAN EXPER I ENC ES

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“What is the added value of social participation related to cultural heritage?”

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Moderated by Luis Lafuente Batanero, Directorate General for Protection and Conservation, Community of Madrid (Spain) Panelists:  José María Ezquiaga, Dean of the College of Architects of Madrid (Spain)  Visnja ˇ Kisic, ´ Secretary General, Europa Nostra Serbia (Serbia)  Silvia de los Ríos, Centre of Research, Documentation and Population Consulting CIDAP (Perú)  Consuelo Tomé Virseda, Head of Heritage and Culture Development Area - AECID (Bolivia) Rapporteur:  Rafael Fraguas, writer and journalist (Spain)

Panel Discussion III

“Managing Heritage: How to promote a “Participatory Governance” of Cultural Heritage?”

H E R I T A G E

15:30 -17:00

Lunch

Moderated by Astrid Weij, Board member of Europa Nostra (The Netherlands) Panelists:  José Guirao, General Director of the Montemadrid Foundation (Spain)  Karel Loeff, Director, Bond Heemschut (The Netherlands)  María Rosa Alvarez Calderón, Larco Museum (Perú) Rapporteur:  Javier Rivera, Professor at the University of Alcala de Henares (Spain)

E U R O P E A N

13:45-15:15

C O N G R E S S

Questions & Answers

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Panel Discussion IV

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“Funding Heritage: Innovative ways of encouraging social participation”

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Moderated by Rafael Carazo, Deputy General Director for Promotion of Cultural Industries and Patronage, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport (Spain) Panelists:  Bertrand de Feydeau, Vice-President, La Fondation du Patrimoine (France)  Alejo Hernández Lavado,Tax incentives in the recovery of cultural heritage specialist, Professor of Financial Law at the University of Extremadura (Spain)  Juan Carlos Orenes, President-Coordinator of the Commission of Cultural Patronage of Navarra (Spain)  Francisco Abad,Transnational Giving Europe Network, Enterprise and Society Foundation (Spain) Rapporteur:  Gabriel Morate Martín, Conservation Programme Director, Montemadrid Spanish Historical Heritage Foundation (Spain)

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18.30-19.00

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Forum Conclusions By Araceli Pereda Alonso, President of Hispania Nostra


SPAN ISH, EU ROPEAN AN D H ISPANO-A MER ICAN EXPER I ENC ES

Forum 12.30 – 13.00

Coffee Break

13:00 – 14:00

Presentation of the “Madrid Manifesto”

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General Assembly of Europa Nostra (Internal Session – For Members and Associates of Europa Nostra only)

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10:00 – 12:30

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Based on the Conclusions of the Forum on Social Participation in Heritage Protection: Spanish, European and Hispano-American Experiences

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F O R U M

Moderated by:  Araceli Pereda Alonso, President of Hispania Nostra  Sneska ˇ Quaedvlieg-Mihailovic,´ Secretary General of Europa Nostra

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Closing Address by:  Denis de Kergorlay, Executive President of Europa Nostra Special Address by:  Manuela Carmena, Mayor of Madrid

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Closing cocktail kindly hosted by the Mayor of Madrid

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14:00 – 15:00

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Practical I N F O R M AT I O N

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TR ANSPORT FROM AN D TO TH E ADOLFO SUÁREZ M ADRI D - BAR A JAS AI RPORT

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TRAIN: The Renfe offers a connection (C-1) Aeropuerto T4-Recoletos-Atocha-Principe Pio to and from Terminal (T-4) of the airport, connected to the other terminals via a shuttle service. It runs every day from around 6.00 am to 10.30 pm, with a departure approximately every 30 minutes. It takes 23 minutes to get to the Recoletos stop and 27 minutes to get to the Atocha railway station. Both stations are located in the city center and at walking or metro distance to the hotels.The price for a single ticket is € 2.60 and € 5.20 for a return ticket. Tickets can be bought at the vending machines, which are found at the airport and railway stations. METRO: There are metro stations at Terminal (T-2) and Terminal (T-4) of the airport. Line 8 (pink) connects the airport to the Nuevos Ministerios stop in around 15-20 minutes, and it is possible from there to change to line 10 (blue) leading to the congress hotels.The metro runs from about 6.00 am to 2.00 am with a departure every 5 to 10 minutes.The price of a single ticket is between € 4.50 - 5.00 (depending on the zone you are travelling to). TAXI: Taxi companies are located over all airport terminals. A ride from or to the airport has a flat rate of approximately € 30.

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TR ANSPORT FROM AN D TO TH E ATOCHA R AI LWAY STATION AN D RECOLETOS STOP

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METRO: From the Recoletos stop, the metro line 4 (brown) connects to the congress hotels. From the Atoche railway station, it is possible to reach these lines via the line 1. The stops are Ventura Rodriguez for the Melia Madrid Princesa Hotel and the Courtyard Madrid Princesa, Plaza de España (Line 4) and Gran Vía (Lines 1 and 5) for the Espahotel Plaza de España and Gran Vía, and Santo Domingo (Line 2) for the Hotel Emperador Madrid.The metro runs daily from 6.00 am to 1.00 am every 5 to 10 minutes. The price for a single ticket within the zone A is between € 1.50 and € 2. FOR MORE I N FORM ATION:

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http://www.emt.es http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/cercanias/madrid/ https://www.metromadrid.es/ TOU RIST I N FORM ATION

For any additional information about transportation, cultural venues or other attractions, please visit the official Madrid tourism website: www.esmadrid.com

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Hotel Plaza de España 7 28008 Madrid T: 0034 91 542 85 85 E: aparplaza@espahotel.es W: www.apartamentos-plazaespana.com/

Espahotel Gran Via

Calle Gran Vía 65 28013 Madrid T: 0034 91 541 31 70 E: granvia@espahotel.es W: http://www.apartamentos-granvia.com/en/

Courtyard Madrid Princesa

Calle de la Princesa 40 28008 Madrid T: 0034 91 542 21 00 E: nazaret.garcia@hotelprincesa.es W: www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ madcy-courtyard-madrid-princesa/

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Espahotel Plaza de España

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Calle Gran Vía 53 28013 Madrid T: 0034 91 547 28 00 E: hemperador@emperadorhotel.com W: www.emperadorhotel.com

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Emperador Hotel Madrid

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Calle de la Princesa 27 28008 Madrid T: 0034 91 541 82 00 E: melia.madrid.princesa@melia.com W: www.melia.com/en/hotels/spain/madrid/ melia-madrid-princesa

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Meliá Madrid Princesa Congress Registration Desk Room “Prado” on the 2nd floor (Nearest Metro station: Ventura Rodríguez - Line 3)

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Museums

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© Madrid Destino, Cultura, Turismo y Negocio S.A. / José Barea

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© Madrid Destino, Cultura,Turismo y Negocio S.A.

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© Madrid Destino, Cultura,Turismo y Negocio S.A.

RECOMMENDED

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Prado Museum | Paseo del Prado, s/n, 28014 Madrid Monday – Saturday: 10.00 – 20.00 | Sunday and holidays: 10.00 – 19.00 The building of the Prado Museum, designed by the architect Juan de Villanueva in 1785, was opened to the public for the first time in 1819. Housing an important part of the Spanish Royal collections, it also features some of the finest masterpieces of the Spanish, Italian and Flemish schools. With its 8,600 paintings, 700 sculptures and temporary exhibitions, the museum ranks among the most visited in the world. Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum | Paseo del Prado 8, 28014 Madrid Monday: 12.00 – 16.00 | Tuesday – Sunday: 10.00 – 19.00 The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum has around one thousand works of art on display from the 13th to the late 20th century, focusing on Dutch Impressionism, German Expressionism, or Russian Constructivism. Reflecting the tastes of Baron Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza (1875-1947) and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza (19212002), the collection also offers the opportunity to contemplate the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection (around 200 works). Reina Sofía Museum | Calle Santa Isabel 52, 28012 Madrid Monday; Wednesday – Saturday: 10.00 – 21.00 | Tuesday: closed | Sunday: 10.00 – 19.00 The Reina Sofía Museum displays the history of Spanish contemporary art through three collections from 1900 to 1982, and houses works by Dalí,Miró or Picasso’s world-renowned Guernica. The building used to be the Old Madrid General Hospital before being expanded in the early 2000s with an auditorium, a library and new galleries.


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Cerralbo Museum | Calle Ventura Rodríguez 17, 28008 Madrid Tuesday – Saturday: 09.30 – 15.00 (17.00 – 20.00 on Thursdays) | Sunday: 10.00 – 15.00 Located in the former home of the 17th Marquis of Cerralbo, the museum displays the 50,000 pieces of art he has acquired while traveling in Europe. Among the collection donated by the Marquis are paintings, sculptures, decorative or archaeological objects giving an insight into the life of a 19thcentury aristocratic family in Madrid.

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Lázaro Galdiano Foundation Museum | Serrano 122, 28006 Madrid Tuesday – Saturday: 10.00 – 16.30 | Sunday: 10.00 – 15.00 The former home of the writer and businessman José Lázaro Galdiano is now housing one of the most exceptional private collection of paintings and other valuable art objects. Masterpieces include Hieronymus Bosch or Goya’s portraits, as well as an outstanding library containing over 20,000 books.

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© Luis Asin © Madrid Destino, Cultura,Turismo y Negocio S.A. / Nophoto

Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando | Calle Alcalá 13, 28014 Madrid Tuesday – Sunday: 10.00 – 15.00 The permanent collection of the Museum of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts includes works from Spanish, Italian and Flemish art. It contains paintings (Goya, Zurbarán),sculptures (Pereira,Picasso), drawings and decorative art objects from the 16th to the 19th century.

© CC BY 2.0, Tim Adams, Museo Cerralbo in Madrid

© San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts

National Archaeological Museum | Calle Serrano 13, 28001 Madrid Tuesday – Saturday: 09.30 – 20.00 | Sunday and public holidays: 09.30 – 15.00 The National Archaeological Museum covers a large part of the history of antique art of the Mediterranean cultures from prehistory to the 19th century. Although the Lady of Elche is the highlight of the collection, Greek ceramics or Visigoth votive crowns occupy an important part.

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© CC BY-NC 2.0, José Luis RDS, Jardin del Museo Sorolla © Madrid Destino, Cultura,Turismo y Negocio S.A. / Escarabajo Amarillo

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© Casa Museo Lope de Vega / Amador Toril

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© Luis García for Wikimedia Commons

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Sorolla Museum | Paseo General Martínez Campos 37, 28010 Madrid Tuesday – Saturday: 09.30 – 20.00. | Sunday: 10.00 – 15.00 The former home of Joaquín Sorolla, the worldrenowned painter of Mediterranean light, has been converted into a charming museum. The collection comprises his paintings,his last unfinished canvas,and the art objects he gathered through his life in addition to some of his family donations.

Museum of Romanticism | Calle San Mateo 13, 28004 Madrid Tuesday – Saturday: 09.30 – 20.30 | Sunday: 10.00 – 15.00 The Museum of Romanticism is devoted to the depiction of life in Madrid in the 19th century. The exhibits include important pieces and decorative objects from Goya, Esquivel or Alanza, giving a better understanding of the cultural and political life of Madrid at this period.

Lope de Vega House Museum | Calle Cervantes 11, 28014 Madrid Tuesday – Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00 The Museum used to be from 1610 until 1635 the house of Lope de Vega, writer of the Spanish Golden Age literature. In the 1930s, the building and its back garden were converted into a museum displaying the artist’s paintings, pieces of furniture and books.

Madrid History Museum | Fuencarral 78, 28004 Madrid Tuesday – Sunday: 10.00 – 20.00 Inaugurated in 1929, the Madrid History Museum is housed in the former San Fernando Royal Hospice, example of an 18th-century baroque monument. It contains a valuable collection of more than 60,000 pieces and objects of art showing the historical and urban development of the city of Madrid from the 16th to the 20th century.


Restaurants

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RECOMMENDED

Restaurante Ramón Freixa (Mich. **)  Gastronomic cuisine C/ Claudio Coello 67, 28001 Madrid

T: 0034 91 781 82 62 www.ramonfreixamadrid.com

La Terraza del Casino  Spanish haute cuisine C/ Alcalá 15, 28022 Madrid and tapas

T: 0034 91 535 12 75 www.casinodemadrid.es

La Trainera  Shellfish and fish restaurant

T: 0034 915 76 05 75 www.latrainera.es

C/ Lagasca, 60, 28001 Madrid

R E C O M M E N D E D

Please, note that in May restaurants tend to be fully booked. Make reservation at least one day ahead.

Dantxari  Spanish influenced cuisine

Martinete  International cuisine

C/ Juan Bravo 26, 28006 Madrid

C/ Ventura Rodríguez 8, 28008 Madrid

Pl. del Marqués de Salamanca 9, 28006 Madrid

C O N G R E S S

T: 0034 91 575 60 10 www.restaurantestjames.com

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St. James  Paellas and international cuisine

C/ José Ortega y Gasset 75, 28006 Madrid

T: 0047 22 41 88 00 www.marisqueriaelpescador.es

T: 0034 91 542 35 24 www.dantxari.com

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El Pescador  Fish restaurant

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Restaurante Sanxenxo  T: 0034 91 577 82 72 Marisqueria and C/ José Ortega Y Gasset 40, www.sanxenxo.com.es Spanish cuisine 28006 Madrid

T: 0034 91 432 17 61 www.martinetemadrid.com

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R E S T A U R A N T S

La Bola  Spanish influenced cuisine

C/ Bola 5, 28013 Madrid

Casa Lucio  Popular Spanish restaurant

C/ Cava Baja 35, 28005 Madrid

R E C O M M E N D E D

Tatel  Trendy Spanish cuisine

T: 0034 91 365 82 17 www.casalucio.es

C/ Ayala 6, 28001 Madrid

T: 0034 91 575 9254 www.restaurantetenconten.com

Luzi Bomb贸n  International and trendy cuisine

Paseo de la Castellana 35, 28046 Madrid

T: 0034 91 702 2736 www.grupotragaluz.com/ luzi_bombon

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T: 0034 91 172 1841 Paseo de la Castellana 36-38, www.tatelmadrid.com 28046 Madrid

Txirimiri  International cuisine

C/ Ferraz 38, 28008 Madrid

T: 0034 91 559 33 09 www.txirimiri.es

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Ten Con Ten  International and trendy cuisine

T: 0034 91 547 69 30 www.labola.es

Platea Madrid  Gastronomic centre

C/ Goya 5-7, 28001 Madrid

T: 0034 91 577 00 25 www.plateamadrid.com

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La Vanduca  International cuisine

Mercado de San Miguel  Food market hall

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Mercado de San Ant贸n  Food market hall

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C/ Columela 2, 28001 Madrid

Pl. de San Miguel s/n, 28005 Madrid

C/ Augusto Figueroa 24, 28004 Madrid

T: 0034 91 578 23 21 www.lavanduca.es

T: 0034 91 542 49 36 www.mercadodesanmiguel.es

T: 0034 91 330 07 30 www.mercadosananton.com


EUROPEAN HERITAGE CONGRESS MADRID, 22-27 MAY 2016

A C K N O W L E D G M E N T S

With the Kind Cooperation and Suppor t of:

Congress Co-Organiser:

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Congress Par tners, Suppor ters and Associates:

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With Special Thanks to:

O ff i c i a l L o g i s t i c s P a r t n e r s :

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2016 European Heritage Congress Madrid - Programme  

22-27 May 2016. Detailed programme of events of the European Heritage Congress in Madrid, Spain.

2016 European Heritage Congress Madrid - Programme  

22-27 May 2016. Detailed programme of events of the European Heritage Congress in Madrid, Spain.