The Best In Heritage

The Best In Heritage© (2nd year)
Dubrovnik, 18 – 20/ 22 -23 Sept. 2003
under patronage of ICOM, UNESCO (NC), Europa Nostra and ICOMOS
“The Best in Heritage” is an international, annual review of the best, awarded achievements in museum and heritage field. It is an occasion where representatives of most successful projects, from museums, sites, attractions to multimedia, will explain why is it that they were proclaimed the best, either internationally or nationally.
They did it last year, 24 of them for the audience of some 100 participants coming from 18 countries. This year the number of projects is 27, coming from 18 countries and far places such as Brasil, New Zealand and Iceland. Five of them are European winners. Dubrovnik, a world heritage site, offers thus excellence of prestigious, indeed, the best professional information and a joy of relaxed socialising in its unique environment.

After an attractive conference day-trip to Elafiti islands, on the 22 and 23 of September at Interuniversity Centre, we continue with HERITOLOGIA – the International Heritage Studies Forum (added to the event “The Best in Heritage”). The Forum is an annual gathering of museologists and their guests, starting this year with conservation projects. The idea remains professional excellence and how to achieve it, but the meeting is meant as the unique think tank and discussion opportunity among top theoreticians and the guest practitioners upon trends and tendencies in museums and heritage enhanced by the examples of the most excellent case studies. The presence of students will make it true professional community. The colleagues who participate solely at HERITOLOGIA Forum are not required to pay any registration fee.

For more information, programme and the registration form please contact us:

at the web site:
or by e-mail:;
or by writing to:
Prof. Tomislav Šola,
European Heritage Association
Krešimirov trg 7,
10 000 Zagreb, Croatia
(facsimile: ++385 1 455 04 24)

Zdroj: ICOMOS Slovakia

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