Historic Centre of Rome, the Properties of the Holy See in that City Enjoying Extraterritorial Rights and San Paolo Fuori le Mura
The UNESCO site of Rome, a World Heritage Property since more than 40 years, with its articulated stratifications includes among the most important artistic achievements of history that, integrated into the urban fabric of the city, result a set of exceptional universal value.
World Heritage Property
The World Heritage property encompasses the whole historic centre of Rome within the city walls at their widest extent in the 17th century, the extraterritorial properties of the Holy See…
Promoting knowledge of Rome as a UNESCO World Heritage Property and raising awareness of what such status involves are the policy objectives of the Documentation Centre…
Discover the walled town of Rome and the Gates of access to the city: urban topography and architecture of the Walls, historical events and protagonists, edicts and crafts, history of the city …
Stories, facts, places of past and present. Live the UNESCO World Heritage Property of Rome by listening to its streets, buildings and monuments.
What is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), and how does it act? What does the World Heritage Convention say and what are its applications?
Climate change… Extreme anthropization… Agenda 2030… Sustainable development… The most current issues of the present must be combined with the safeguard and protection of the witness of the past, also as a world heritage, this is’t an always easy and obvious coexistence.
- Enhancement of the Archaeological Area of Largo ArgentinaTra i luoghi più importanti del centro storico, l’Area Sacra di largo Argentina custodisce resti che raccontano secoli di storia. Le quattro strutture situate al centro dell’area sono edifici sacri costruiti tra III e II secolo a.C., ed è qui, nell’adiacente Curia di Pompeo, che Giulio Cesare fu assassinato nel giorno delle fatidiche Idi di Marzo del 44 a.C.
- The third cycle of the Periodic Reporting of the World Heritage Sites is beginningSince 1998, the World Heritage Committee, every six years, starts the process of monitoring the conservation of the World Heritage Convention. States Parties of the Convention are invited to submit… Read More
- Towards the approval of the Buffer Zone of the World Heritage Property of RomeThe proposal to establish a Buffer Zone, as an active protection tool for the World Heritage property of Rome, seeks to collect the new threats faced by historic centres, as… Read More