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  • With the painful events in Syria escalating at an unprecedented pace leaving ‎their tragic impact on the Syrian scene, our cultural heritage has been ‎battling for almost five consecutive years to survive in spite of the massive ‎destruction affecting our historical monuments, buildings and souks


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  • A three-day Historic Cities and Urban Regeneration Conference will be held between 23-24 of March, 2015 at ARCWH Headquarters in Manama.


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  • The Global Comparative Analysis Workshop took place between the 23rd and 26th of February, ‎‎2015 ‎in ‎Manama, Bahrain.


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  • ‎It is with horror that I have read the new crime committed in Mosul Museum by barbarian ‎extremists‎ of the so-called Islamic state.‎ After committing summary executions and killings of helpless citizens, now they are attacking ‎the outstanding cultural heritage of Iraq, as they have also done i


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  •  The Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage celebrated Arab Tourism Day on February 25, ‎‎2015.‎ The theme of this 1st edition is Ibn Battuta, An Arab Traveler: Its Future Horizons, and the ‎goal is to promote greater participation of culture in tourism.‎‎‎Attendies included the Director of UNWT


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  • Experts and specialists from Bahrain University, the Arabian ‎Gulf Universities, Al Areen Wildlife ‎Park, Supreme Council for environment (SCE)‎ and the Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage ‎‎(ARCWH), met together at ARCWH’s locations from 17 to 19 February 2015 to prepare high-‎quality conser


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  • The Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage (ARCWH), with the support of the United Nations ‎Environment Programme (UNEP) and in collaboration with the International Union for the ‎Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Iraqi Ministries of Tourism and Environment held over two ‎days (10 and February 1


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