UNESCO requires all World Heritage Sites to have a management plan in place which defines how the respective outstanding universal value (OUV) can be protected and enhanced. This present World Heritage Management Plan for the City of Quedlinburg – abbreviated to WMP – has been drawn up in a preparatory and coordination process spanning several years. The World Heritage Management Plan compiles results and outcomes of scientific studies, planning programmes and expert opinions that were specifically carried out or drawn up for the WMP. The management plan defines which structural and intangible values form part of the World Heritage and identifies threats as well as development opportunities, in addition, the WMP defines objectives and key measures for conservation and sustainable development of the World Heritage for contemporary and future generations.
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