CATEDRA UNESCO DE TURISMO CULTURAL
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2009

Program aimed at the development of capabilities for the protection and conservation of the cultural and natural heritage in Mercosur countries.

Photographs

Victoria Ocampo’s estate, bequeathed to UNESCO, provided an ideal forum for discussions

 


Partial view of working sessions

 


Presentation by Alfredo Conti, workshop coordinator

 


Participants at work

 


At work-lunch: Nicolas Helft, Director of Villa Ocampo, Gloria Muñoz Yegros (Paraguay), Nani Arias Incolla, Pablo Casino, Juliana Burton, Claudia Cabouli (Argentina),Víctor Marin (Cuba) and Marcelo Brito (Brazil).

 


After-lunch conversation: Carmen Maria Ramos and Alfredo Conti (Argentina), Paulo de Azevedo and Silvio Méndez Zanchetti (Brasil)

 


Participants, farewells and a commitment: to continue networking

 



 

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