Welcome to the Documentation Centre of the International Council on Monuments and Sites! The ICOMOS Documentation Centre specializes in cultural heritage, historic monuments and sites, their conservation and restoration. The ICOMOS Documentation Centre is the primary repository for the original documentation of the cultural and mixed (natural and cultural) properties that have been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1978. 

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This bibliography refers to documents and materials available at ICOMOS Documentation Centre. It does not intend to be a comprehensive list of scientific literature on industrial and technical heritage. Any reference can be consulted or scanned, subject to the limits of copyright legislation. 

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Our online catalogue has just been updated: browse the extract of last 6 months bibliographic references by theme (conservation of cultural heritage, various types of achitecture, of archaeological heritage, cultural landscapes and routes...).

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Any refererence can be consulted at ICOMOS Documentation centre or digitzed, subject to copyright legislation (see our conditions)
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ICOMOS Open Archive: Eprints on Cultural Heritage, a global archive specialising in the conservation and restoration of monuments, sites and landscapes, is regularly updated and enriched. Complete issues of journals, reports, articles are available in full text. See the latest additions below:

The ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Risk Preparedness (ICORP) through its President, Rohit Jigyasu, was invited as Guest Editor by Preventionweb.net, the main web portal of resources serving the information needs of the disaster reduction community set up by UNISDR - the UN office for disaster risk reduction. Consult the collection of resources on “Building Resilience by Reducing Disaster Risks to Cultural Heritage”

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