ICOMOS e-News n° 81 - Welcome to the new ICOMOS e-News
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19 avril 2014
Welcome to the new ICOMOS e-news
Dear ICOMOS members and friends,
We are pleased to introduce to you the newly redesigned ICOMOS e-news. Published on a regular basis since 2005, this electronic newsletter keeps you informed on our latest activities and events.
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ICOMOS again thanks both the Fondation du Patrimoine and the Walloon Region for the generous financial support they provided which made the redesign of the ICOMOS web site and the ICOMOS news possible.
With best regards
The ICOMOS International Secretariat
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