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Graphic shows endangered landmark locations across Europe.


Historische europäische Wahrzeichen riskieren zu verfallen

By Ninian Carter

February 2, 2024 - Historisch wichtige Wahrzeichen kamen in die engere Wahl für das “Seven Most Endangered Programme 2024” – eine jährliche Rangliste europäischer Wahrzeichen, die zu verfallen drohen oder Gefahr laufen, zerstört zu werden

Collated by the Europa Nostra heritage group and the European Investment Bank Institute, the “Seven Most Endangered Programme 2024”, which has been running for 11 years, seeks to protect European heritage under threat from demolition, neglect or exploitation.

This year’s shortlist has 11 entries:

1) Archaeological Site of Muret e Portës, Durrës, ALBANIA
2) Amberd Historical and Cultural Reserve, ARMENIA
3) Palais du Midi, Brussels, BELGIUM
4) Working-class Housing (courées) in Roubaix-Tourcoing, FRANCE
5) Cycladic Islands, notably Sifnos, Serifos and Folegandros, GREECE
6) Church of San Pietro in Gessate, Milan, ITALY
7) Synagogue of Siena, ITALY
8) Palace in Sztynort, northern Masuria, POLAND
9) Home of the Yugoslav People’s Army in Šabac, SERBIA
10) Greek Orthodox Church of St. Georgios, Altınözü / Hatay province, TÜRKIYE
11) Iron Gate of Antioch, Antakya / Hatay province, TÜRKIYE

The final seven most endangered heritage sites in Europe will be unveiled in April, 2024.

PUBLISHED: 02/02/2024; STORY: Graphic News