H@R 2011-2013

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Titel / Impressum
 
Contents
 
Foreword / Avant-propos / Preámbulo
 
6-8
Introduction
Christoph Machat
9-13
Afghanistan: Bamiyan: Reinforcement of the Lower Gallery in Front of the Eastern Buddha Niche / Mes Aynak
Michael Petzet, Erwin Emmerling, ARCH International
14-19
Armenia: The Central Covered Market in Yerevan
Nune Chilingaryan
20-22
Australia: Issues and Threats / Case Study One: Bush Fires – Eastern Tasmania / Case Study Two: Urban Development – Old Government House and Domain, Parramatta, New South Wales
Jane Harrington
23-26
Austria: Attack on the World Heritage Site “Historic Centre of Vienna” / The Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg / World Heritage Semmering Railway
Wilfried Lipp, Michael Petzet, Christian Schuhböck
27-31
Belgium: Funerary Heritage in Belgium, from Underestimation to Revaluation to Degradation
ICOMOS Belgium
32-35
Bhutan: Wangduephodrang Dzong Seriously Damaged by Fire
ICOMOS Hrsg.
36-48
Bosnia-Herzegovina: Appel à la Sauvegarde de Počitelj / Appeal to Save Počitelj
ICOMOS National Committee in Bosnia and Herzegovina
49-51
Brazil: Hydroelectric Dam of Belo Monte under Construction
John Ziesemer
52
Bulgaria: Specific Problems Associated with Heritage at Risk / The Coastal Town of Nessebar
ICOMOS Bulgaria, John Ziesemer
53-57
China: Hong Kong: West Wing of Central Government Offices Threatened with Demolition
ICOMOS ISC20C
58
Egypt: Social Unrest Threatens Egypt’s Cultural Heritage/Abu Mina/Port Said’s Architectural Heritage Threatened by Neglect and Ruthless Development
Wolfgang Mayer, Sayed Mahmoud
59-62
Georgia: Bagrati Cathedral Reconstructed/Appeal to Protect the Monuments in Abkhazia/Sakdrisi – the Oldest Gold Mine in the World
Michael Petzet, ICOMOS Georgia, Georgios Toubekis
63-67
Germany: The Upper Middle Rhine Valley – Conservation and Development Issues/Parking in Historic Town Centres: Stralsund and Wismar/The Kant-Garage in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Threatened to be Demolished/Uncertain Future for International Congress Center
Christoph Machat, Sigrid Brandt, Jörg Haspel, René Hartmann, Kerstin Wittmann-Englert
68-73
Greece: Repercussions of the Economic Crisis on the Cultural Heritage Sector/Archaeological Finds in Thessalonica at Risk due to Metro Construction
ICOMOS Hellenic, John Ziesemer
74-75
Hungary: Györ, Danube Gate
Gábor Winkler
76-77
Indonesia: Borobudur Temple
Hans Leisen, Esther von Plehwe-Leisen
78-80
Iran: Sasanian Bas-reliefs at Tang-e Chogan under Invasion of Lichens and Fungi
ICOMOS Hrsg.
81
Ireland: Heritage at Risk and in Economic Crisis
Deirdre McDermott
82-84
Italy: The Earthquake in Emilia Romagna, May 2012/L’Aquila, Five Years after the Earthquake/Impact of Climate Change on Cultural Heritage/Venice Threatened by Cruise Ships and Skyscraper Project
ICOMOS Hrsg.
85-88
Japan: The Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami of March 11, 2011 and their Impact on Cultural Heritage
ICOMOS Japan
89-91
Libya: Cultural Heritage at Risk due to Unstable Political Situation
Emily Sharpe
92-93
Mali: Cultural Heritage Seriously Damaged by Islamist Rebels
Christoph Machat
94-95
New Zealand: The Christchurch Earthquake of February 2011
Jenny May
96-98
Nigeria: Sango Oyo: International Heritage Endangered
Paula Gomes Cultural Foundation
99-105
Philippines: Impact of the 15 October 2013 Bohol Earthquake on the Bohol Churches
ICOMOS Philippines
107-121
Romania: Follow-up on Roşia Montana and the Preservation of its Cultural and Natural Heritage/First Results in Safeguarding the Transylvanian Saxon Architectural Heritage/The Threats to and the Protection of the Architectural Heritage of Manor Estates
Sergiu Nistor, Christoph Machat, Anca-Raluca Majaru
122-131
Russia: The Shukhov Tower in Shabolovka Street, Moscow/Melnikov’s House and Studio in Moscow/The Circular Depot, Leningradsky Station, Moscow – Hope for this Outstanding Testimony to Early Railway History?/Scharoun’s Prime
Christoph Machat, Dmitry Sukhin, ICOMOS Hrsg.
132-137
Saudi Arabia: Medina
Jerome Taylor
138-139
Serbia: Endangered Heritage – The Earthquake in Kraljevo, Central Serbia/Niš: Part of the Main Necropolis of the Roman City of Naissus (4th/5thCenturies AD) Discovered and in Danger of Being Destroyed
ICOMOS Serbia, Toni Čerškov, Gordana Jeremić, Aleksandar Aleksic
140-142
Syria: The Impact of the Civil War on the Cultural Heritage
Athanasios Nakasis, Nikolaos Lianos
143-147
Tunisie: Le Patrimoine architectural soufi en Tunisie: une destruction programmée
ICOMOS Tunesie
148-149
Turkey: Dam Constructions: Allianoi and Hasankeyf
John Ziesemer
150
United States of America: Endangered Historic Places (2011–2013)
ICOMOS Hrsg.
151-156
The Heritage at Risk Series
 
158