ICOMOS

Seminar: Interpreting Shared Heritage through time 8.-9.6.2018

Suomenlinna is today an acclaimed cultural attraction with more than 500,000 international visitors annually. It is also a popular recreation resort for the people of the city of Helsinki and a home for some 800 residents. Its significance is acknowledged internationally with the inscription onto the World Heritage List. Photo: Suomen Ilmakuva Oy

ICOMOS Finland has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar Interpreting Shared Heritage through time on 8th and 9th of June 2018 in Suomenlinna. The Seminar is hosted by ICOMOS Finland and the Governing Body of Suomenlinna.

From this page you´ll find the Invitation, the General Seminar Program, the Europe Group Program and the Shared Built Heritage Program. See also information sheet for EGM. Find a map for important locations in Helsinki and in Suomenlinna.

The registration fee is 50 eur, which will be collected at the registration desk on 8 June at the venue in Tenalji von Fersen. It includes the lectures, guided tours, lunches and drinks mentioned in the seminar program.

Find the registration for seminar only and Europe Group and ISCSBH.

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