SJ New Life for Old Cities / La renaissance des villes anciennes




96 pages

15 €


Roland Silva

- The World Heritage Convention -a Moral Obligation toFuture Generations - Ernest Allen Connally
- The Basiliça of St. Francis of Assisi after the Earthquake of 26 September 1997. - Giorgio Croci
- Les ravages du façadisme à Paris / The ravages of façadism - Christiane Schmückle -Mollard
- Vieux quartiers, vie nouvelle -les quartiers anciens comme patrimoine social. Quelles implications et quelles priorités d'action ?
- Old quarters, New Life -the old quarters as social heritage.Implications and priorities - Nancy Bouche
- "The Historic Centre in Today's City", Rabai Conference, November 1997
- Cas de Meknès au Maroc - Najib Benyahia
- The Historic Cities of the Middle East and Challenges of Urban Growth - Saleh Lamei
- Une stratégie urbanistique pour la sauvegarde et l'usage du patrimoine - Le Cas de Sofia (Bulgarie )
- A planning strategy for the preservation and use of the heritage - the case of Sofia (Bulgaria). - Todor Krestev
- Abhayagiri Stupa of Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka - Brick Conservation. - T.G. Kulatunga and Lalith Muthukumarana
- TL Dating of Brick Monuments - Sri Lankan Perspective. - Mohan Abeyratne
- L'Architecture des Jésuites en France
- The architecture of the Jesuits in France - Christiane Schmückle -Mollard
- Heritage Conservation for the Next Millennium : - Updating Conservation Philosophy and Practice in Australia ICOMOS Burra Charter. - Sandy Blair, Marilyn Truscott, David Young

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