Welcome to the Latin American and the Caribbean group (LAC) of ICOMOS international

LAC imageThe term Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is an acronym referring to the Caribbean and Latin America region. The term LAC covers an extensive region, extending from Bahamas and Mexico to Argentina and Chile. Latin America consists of 20 countries and 14 dependent territories, and as of 2nd March 2020, its population was estimated at more than 652 million. In these countries, Romance languages such as Spanish and Portuguese are predominantly spoken. There are 19 ICOMOS National Committees in Latin America and the Caribbean. Within the informal framework of the ICOMOS LAC Group, these Committees cooperate bilaterally, multilaterally, at sub-regional and regional level – and actively participate in ICOMOS’ international activities, in particular with the International Scientific Committees (for whom some Committees have national mirror Scientific Committees).

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