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Europe’s 7 Most Endangered heritage sites 2018

 

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During the European Year of Cultural Heritage, Europa Nostra, the leading heritage organisation in Europe, and the European Investment Bank Institute have announced the most threatened heritage sites in Europe for 2018. These endangered heritage landmarks from 7 European countries are:

Post-Byzantine Churches in Voskopoja and Vithkuqi, Albania
Historic Centre of Vienna, Austria
Buzludzha Monument, Bulgaria
David Gareji Monasteries and Hermitage, Georgia
Constanta Casino, Romania
Prinkipo Greek Orphanage, Princes' Islands, Turkey
Grimsby Ice Factory, United Kingdom

Some of these sites are in danger due to neglect or inadequate development, others due to a lack of resources or expertise.

Heritage and financial experts will visit the 7 selected sites and meet with key stakeholders in the coming months. The multidisciplinary teams will provide technical advice, identify possible sources of funding and mobilise wide support to save these remarkable examples of our shared cultural heritage.

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EUROPA NOSTRA
The Voice of Cultural Heritage in Europe  |  La Voix du patrimoine culturel en Europe
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T: +31 70 302 40 50, E: info@europanostra.org

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Rue de Trèves/Trierstraat 67, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

 T: +32 2 400 77 02, E: bxl@europanostra.org 

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