The Finnish version will be presented during the European Heritage Congress 2017 organised by Europa Nostra on 11-15 May in Turku, the historic capital of Finland and former European Capital of Culture (2011).
The Serbian version will be presented on the occasion of the Conference ‘Cultural Heritage Counts for (South-East) Europe’, organised by Europa Nostra and its country representation Europa Nostra Serbia, on 15-16 June in Belgrade.
The Executive Summary of the Report is already available in English, Spanish, Dutch, Polish, Norwegian, German and Italian (see here). Other translations (French, Hungarian and Romanian) are currently being prepared.
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