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The 12th Conference in Nara 2010

Venue:

Nara, Japan
Nara Prefectural New Public Hall, Nara Centennial Hall

Date:

October 12 to 15, 2010

Theme:

"Succession of Historical City with Creative Revitalization "

Declaration:

Number of participating cities: 53 (19 countries)

(Member cities)

Andong (Republic of Korea), Bad Ischl (Republic of Austria), Baghdad (Republic of Iraq), Ballarat (Commonwealth of Australia), Boston (The United States of America), Buyeo (Republic of Korea), Gyeongju (Republic of Korea), Hue (Socialist Republic of Vietnam), Isfahan (Islamic Republic of Iran), Kanazawa (Japan), Konya (Republic of Turkey), Kyoto (Japan), Nara (Japan), Norwich (United Kingdom), Norwood Payneham and St Peters (Commonwealth of Australia), Odessa (Ukraine), Osmangazi (Republic of Turkey) , Riga (Republic of Latvia), Sheki (Republic of Azerbaijan), Strasbourg (France), Veliko Turnovo (Republic of Bulgaria), Vienna (Republic of Austria), Xian (People's Republic of China), Yangzhou (People's Republic of China)

(Non member cities and experts from abroad)

Bandung (Indonesia), Beijing (China), Canberra (Australia), Camborne (U.K.), Graz (Austria), Leuven (Belgium), Newcastle Upon Tyne (U.K.), Sanliurfa (Turkey ), Yogyakarta (Indonesia)

(Non member cities from Japan)

Ando, Ikaruga, Ikoma, Uda, Onojo, Oyodo, Obama, Kashihara, Katsuragi, Kizugawa, Koryo, Gose, Gojo, Sakurai, Shirakawa, Tenri, Hakone, Yamato Koriyama, Yamato Takada

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