About the World Conferences of Historical Cities

The 7th Conference in MONTPELLIER 2000


Montpellier, French Republic
Le Corum


July 5 to 8, 2000


"History and Values"

Working Session No.1 "Architectural coherence and urban integration in a historical city"
Working Session No.2 "Mixing of cultures in historical cities : the example of the Mediterranean"
Working Session No.3 "Integration of a historical city in a modern economy"
Working Session No.4 "Tourism and historical cities"

Number of participating cities: 53 (24 countries)

(Member cities)

Barcelona (Spain), Bordeaux (French Republic), Brussels (Kingdom of Belgium), Budapest (Republic of Hungary), Cologne (Federal Republic of Germany), Cracow (Republic of Poland), Gyeongju (Republic of Korea), Helsingborg (Kingdom of Sweden), Isfahan (Islamic Republic of Iran), Kiev (Ukraine), Kyoto (Japan), Lisbon (Portuguese Republic), Mexico City (United Mexican States), Montpellier (French Republic), Montreal (Canada), Nara (Japan), Paris (French Republic), Rio de Janeiro (Federative Republic of Brazil), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Vienna (Republic of Austria), Xian (People's Republic of China), Zagreb (Republic of Croatia)

(Non member cities from abroad)

Cairo (Egypt), Cascais (Portugul), Geneve (Switzerland), Gerona (Spain), Glasgow (U.K.), Graz (Austria), Heidelborg (Germany), Malmo (Sweden), Marrakech (Morocco), Nicosia (Cyprus), Nimes (France), Oeiras (Portugul), Palma de Mallorca (Spain), Sassari (Italy), Tourcoing (France), Zaragoza (Spain)

(Non member cities from France)

Angers, Caen, Clapier, Dijon, Le Mans, Lille, Macon, Pau, Poitiers, Rouen, Saint-Jean de Bedas, Marseilles, Strasbourg, Tours, Versailles

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