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13 October 2010

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On Friday 27 May 2011 at Tours, the Mission Val de Loire, in partnership with InterLoire and the Chamber of Agriculture of Loir-et-Cher, is organising a day where it will present the experiences of world heritage vineyards (the Vitour network) to local communities, tourism professionals and wine-growers.
From 30 November to 2 December 2010, Val de Loire hosted the European project VITOUR Landscape’s seminar at the Royal Abbey of Fontevraud and in Savennières, under the title, “Protection of winegrowing landscapes and competitiveness: innovative tools implemented by regional policies”.
Bringing together all of the professionals involved in the life of the Loire Valley, these meetings devoted to the 10th anniversary of the UNESCO listing went back over the beginnings of the listing and provided food for thought on the principles for managing the site and promoting the UNESCO listing in the future.
Organised by the Mission Val de Loire for the 10th anniversary of the UNESCO listing of the Loire Valley World Heritage, this international seminar was an opportunity to capitalise on experiences gained in terms of management, development and preservation of river corridors and remarkable sites, through decentralised cooperation projects developed "river-to-river" between France and Mali (Niger River).
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25 May 2011

France’s 2011 candidates for the World Heritage list

During the 35th session of the World Heritage Committee, which will take place in Paris from 19 to 29 June 2011, France will be proposing two national assets for inclusion on the World Heritage list: Causses and Cévennes and the architectural oeuvre of Le Corbusier, which constitutes a remarkable...

02 May 2011

World Heritage journal No. 58 – Sustainable tourism

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02 May 2011

Landscape quality and oenotourism: experiences from the Vitour network

On Friday 27 May 2011 at Tours, the Mission Val de Loire, in partnership with InterLoire and the Chamber of Agriculture of Loir-et-Cher, is organising a day where it will present the experiences of world heritage vineyards (the Vitour network) to local communities, tourism professionals and wine-...

15 February 2011

VITOUR Landscape: 5th international seminar in Val de Loire

From 30 November to 2 December 2010, Val de Loire hosted the European project VITOUR Landscape’s seminar at the Royal Abbey of Fontevraud and in Savennières, under the title, “Protection of winegrowing landscapes and competitiveness: innovative tools implemented by regional policies”.

22 December 2010

8th Rendezvous of the Loire Valley (3rd December 2010)

Bringing together all of the professionals involved in the life of the Loire Valley, these meetings devoted to the 10th anniversary of the UNESCO listing went back over the beginnings of the listing and provided food for thought on the principles for managing the site and promoting the UNESCO lis...

22 December 2010

The river at the heart of development, compared experiences (2nd December 2010)

Organised by the Mission Val de Loire for the 10th anniversary of the UNESCO listing of the Loire Valley World Heritage, this international seminar was an opportunity to capitalise on experiences gained in terms of management, development and preservation of river corridors and remarkable sites,...

21 September 2010

A charter for the property included on the World Heritage List

On 20th September 2010, Frédéric Mitterrand, French Minister of Culture and Communication, Chantal Jouanno, French Secretary of State for Ecology, and Yves Dauge, President of the Biens français du patrimoine mondial Association signed the Commitment Charter on managing property included on the W...

21 September 2010

Europe and wine

On 22nd and 23rd October 2010 in Tours. Annual conference of the association Europe Val de Loire.

21 July 2010

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15 July 2010

First technical seminars for the European Vitour Landscape project

This INTERREG IVc (2010-2012) project targets protection and development of patrimonial wine-producing country, and covers 10 European vineyards listed as world heritage. Three of the 11 scheduled theme-based seminars took place from May to July 2010 – on site management policies (Pico, Azores),...

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