ICOMOS World Report 2004-2005 on monuments and sites in danger

 Foreword (by Mounir Bouchenaki)
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Introduction (by Michael Petzet)
[English]  [Français]  [Español]

Message concerning the earthquake
and ensuing tsunami in the Indian

[English] [Français]  [Español]

National reports

 Thematic reports

Tsunami in South-East Asia (December 26th 2004)

- Preliminary survey of Tsunami-affected monuments and sites of archaeological, historical and architectural significance in the Maritime Region of Sri Lanka.
By ICOMOS Sri Lanka (March 2005) - [Full text Report - Rapport Complet

Tsunami - Disaster in South East Asia 


Save Allianoi: Important Roman Site in Turkey at Risk! (Sept 21st 2005)

Letter to the Prime Minister of Turkey by the President of ICOMOS
Letter to the Minister of State of Turkey 
International Campaign to Save Allianoi (Europa Nostra) 

Hurricane affecting South Coast of USA (August 2005)

Statement by ICBS 
Heritage recovery in the aftermath of Katrina (US/ICOMOS Website)

Hard copy

The complete report can be obtained in hard copy (free, except for the postage) from the ICOMOS Documentation Centre. Contact: documentation[at]icomos.org

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