Looking back on 18 April 2021 | Thank you so much!

BIG PosterOn 18 April 2021, we celebrated the International Day for Monuments and Sites with the theme of "Complex Pasts: Diverse Futures".
However, this 18 April 2021 was not like in previous years. With the world almost entirely under lockdown, few gatherings, guided tours or trips were allowed. But that did not stop heritage experts and enthusiasts from all over the planet to celebrate our monuments and sites through the organisation of online events: conferences, challenges, virtual meetings and many other innovative initiatives.

ICOMOS would like to thank you, the organisers, contributors and participants, for your enthusiasm and your resilience.

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18 April 2021 | Complex Pasts: Diverse Futures

Logo18 April IcomosIn 1982, ICOMOS established 18 April as the International Day for Monuments and Sites, followed by UNESCO adoption during its 22nd General Conference. Each year, on this occasion, ICOMOS proposes a theme for activities to be organized by its members, National and International Scientific Committees, partners, and anyone who wants to join in marking the Day.

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