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The 2nd Conference in FLORENCE 1988


Florence, Republic of Italy
Palazzo Vecchio (City Hall of Florence), Universita di Firenze


June 18 to 21, 1988


"Historical Cities for the Future of Humankind"
To offer an opportunity to exchange administrative experiences and to discuss the possibility and suitability of international leadership of historically artistic cities, as well as various ways of establishing this position.

Working Session No.1 "Historical Aspects of Artistic Cities"
Working Session No.2 "Space Structure and Urban Situations"
Working Session No.3 "Social and Economic Problems"
Working Session No.4 "Judicial, Legislative and Administrative Problem"
Working Session No.5 "The Preservation and Maintenance of Heritage Monuments"

Number of participating cities: 33 (27 countries)

Alexandria (Arab Republic of Egypt), Algiers (Democratic People's Republic of Algeria), Avila (Spain), Banberg (Federal Republic of Germany), Barcelona (Spain), Boston (United States of America), Bratislava (Slovak Republic), Brussels (Kingdom of Belgium), Cairo (Arab Republic of Egypt), Cracow (Republic of Poland), Cusco (Republic of Peru), Dresden (Federal Republic of Germany), Dublin (Ireland), Fez (Kingdom of Morocco), Florence (Republic of Italy), Guadalajara (United Mexican States), Heidelberg (Federal Republic of Germany), Isfahan (Islamic Republic of Iran), Istanbul (Republic of Turkey), Jerusalem (State of Israel), Kyoto (Japan), Lisbon (Portuguese Republic), London (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), Nanjing (People's Republic of China), Paris (French Republic), Plovdiv (Republic of Bulgaria), Pecs (Republic of Hungary), Reims (French Republic), Salzburg (Republic of Austria), Tashkent (Republic of Uzbekistan), Toledo (Spain), Uppsala (Kingdom of Sweden), Yogyakarta (Republic of Indonesia)

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