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Exhibitions

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An exhibition was created by Wikimedia Italia, UNESCO and Wikimedia Sverige, exploring cultural heritage using Open Access photographs. The exhibition included images and information for:

  • World Heritage
  • Intangible Cultural Heritage
  • Illicit Trafficking
  • Underwater Cultural Heritage

The physical exhibition included a QR code which linked through to an individual panel on the online exhibition with a simple language selection option.

Click here to view the exhibition


LocationsEdit

Location Country Dates Press release Images
UNESCO Headquarters, Paris France July 2017 English, French, Spanish Here
Villa Giulia, Rome Italy 4 - 30 July 2017 Italian Here
Wikimania Conference, Montreal Canada 9 - 13 August 2017
Gothia Tower, Gothenburg Sweden 17 August - 1 September 2017 Here
Reggio Calabria Town Hall Italy 21 August - 10 September 2017 Italian
Spånga Town Hall, Stockholm Sweden 11 - 25 September 2017 Swedish Here
Puente Bizkaia, margen de Getxo Spain 2 October - 11 December 2017 Spanish, Basque Here
Codex Museum in Rossano (Calabria) Italy 3 - 22 October 2017 Italian
Varberg Radio Station at Grimeton, World Heritage site in Varberg Sweden 24 October and 30 October - 3 November 2017 Swedish
Pinacoteca Provinciale, Potenza Italy 20 October - 11 November Italian
Cultural center tio14 in Falun Sweden 16 November - 7 December
United Nations Office at Geneva Switzerland 20 November 2017 - March 2018 Here

AvailabilityEdit

The exhibition is available for exhibition at other locations, for more information please email: contact (at) unite4heritage.org

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