Conference on the preservation of cultural heritage, Italy

August 4, 2004

Brussels, 03 Aug 2004

A conference entitled 'Support for the protection and rescue of cultural heritage - European, national and local financing' and organised by APRE, the Italian Agency for the Promotion of European Research, with the University of Palermo, will held in Palermo, Italy, on 20 September.

The aim of this conference is to discuss the various financial instruments available at all levels for this type of project. Furthermore, the company, Inoltre EniTecnologie, which has for a long time been involved in archeological restauration, will present the newest technology available for carrying out diagnostical analysis on monuments without damaging them.

For further information, please visit:
http:///liaisonoffice.unipa.it/

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