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The 4th Conference in KYOTO 1994


Kyoto, Japan
Kyoto International Conference Hall


April 25 to 28, 1994


"In Quest of the Wisdom of Historical Cities"

Working Session No.1 "Citizens' Wisdom of Life in Historical Cities "
Working Session No.2 "Facing Our Present Problems"
Working Session No.3 "Protection of Historical Heritages, "Towards New Relations Between Historical Cities"


Number of participating cities: 45 (40 countries)

Accra (Republic of Ghana), Alexandria (Arab Republic of Egypt), Amsterdam (Kingdom of the Netherland), Athens (Hellenic Republic), Barcelona (Spain), Bordeaux (French Republic), Boston (United States of America), Bratislava (Slovak Republic), Budapest (Republic of Hungary), Chiang Mai (Kingdom of Thailand), Cologne (Federal Republic of Germany), Cracow (Republic of Poland), Cusco (Republic of Peru), Dublin (Ireland), Edinburgh (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), Fez (Kingdom of Morocco), Florence (Republic of Italy), Guadalajara (United Mexican States), Gyeongju (Republic of Korea), Hanoi (Socialist Republic of Viet Nam), Isfahan (Islamic Republic of Iran), Jerusalem (State of Israel), Kaesong (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), Katmandu (Kingdom of Nepal), Kiev (Ukraine), Kyoto (Japan) Lahore (Islamic Republic of Pakistan), Lisbon (Portuguese Republic), Melbourne (Australia), Mexico City (United Mexican States), Montreal (Canada), Nanjing (People's Republic of China), Paris (French Republic), Prague (Czech Republic), Quebec (Canada), Rio de Janeiro (Federative Republic of Brazil), Rome (Republic of Italy), Tashkent (Republic of Uzbekistan), Tunis (Republic of Tunisia), Ulan Bator (Mongolia), Varanasi (India), Vienna (Republic of Austria), Xian (People's Republic of China), Yogyakarta (Republic of Indonesia), Zagreb (Republic of Croatia)

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