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CIIC Scientific Meeting 2020

See the gallery of the Scientific Meeting on Cultural Itineraries that took place in the City of Chihuahua, Mexico. February 10-17

What is CIIC?

The International Committee on Cultural Routes (CIIC) is one of ICOMOS International Scientific Committees.
It was born thanks to a group of ICOMOS members from very diverse regions, who, from the submission and subsequent nomination as a World Heritage of the Camino de Santiago in 1993, were given the task of delineating and defining this new category to establish a methodology appropriate to the meaning of this concept.

Ave Fénix- Madrid 2001
Cuenca- España 2005

CIIC has cooperated closely with other international ICOMOS committees to support them in identifying and documenting heritage sites that fall within the multidisciplinary context of Cultural Routes, thus having an important role in the expansion from this new experience to all areas of the world, making Cultural Routes an element of interest in the maintenance and promotion of Peace.

Cultural Routes

The scientific meetings aim to open the doors of CIIC to ICOMOS professionals and emerging professionals around the world, in order to show the meaning and importance of each category of heritage and distinguish new talent whose affinity makes them close to this subject of research.

Doctrinal Documents Collection

After 50 years of UNESCO recognizing ICOMOS as the cultural heritage assessor, at least twenty-nine cultural heritage categories have been considered to be led by the respective scientific committees. This is how the analysis of Cultural Routes, a new category of heritage, was born. CIIC thus has letters, statements, recommendations and doctrinal texts produced over the years.

OTHER CATEGORIES

1. Archaeological Heritage Management

2. Cultural Landscapes

3. Cultural Routes

4. Cultural Tourism

5. Earthen Architectural Heritage

6. Economics of Conservation

7. Energy and Sustainability

8. Fortifications and Military Heritage

9. Heritage Documentation

10. Historic Towns and Villages

11. Industrial Heritage

12. Interpretation and Presentation of Cultural Heritage Sites

13. Intangible Cultural Heritage

14. Legal, Administrative and Financial Issues

15. Mural Painting

16. Places of Religion and Ritual

17. Polar Heritage

18. Risk Preparedness

19. Rock Art

20. Shared Built Heritage

21. Stained Glass

22. Stone

23. Structures of Architectural Heritage

24. Training

25. Theory and Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration

26. Underwater Cultural Heritage

27. Vernacular Architecture

28. Wood

29. 20th Century Heritage

The CIIC around the world

CIIC is currently resident in the city of Chihuahua, Mexico. He serves as a leader in the performance of expert members in thirty-seven countries and three continental vice-presidencies: Europe, Asia-Oceania and Africa- Arab Emirates.

ICOMOS and all its national and international committees are made up of 104 countries and 10,100 members

The CIIC
around
the world

CIIC is currently resident in the city of Chihuahua, Mexico. He serves as a leader in the performance of expert members in thirty-seven countries and three continental vice-presidencies: Europe, Asia-Oceania and Africa-Arab Emirates.

ICOMOS and all its national and international committees are made up of 104 countries and 10,100 members

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