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Mayors&Heritage

The program Mayors&Heritage gives us the opportunity to interview Mayors of cities belonging to the Organization of World Heritage Cities. These interviews make it possible to learn a little more about the political career of each Mayor, their role in the protection of heritage and the aspirations of the cities.


Privileged look into heritage

In the form of conversations, the interviews also offer an excellent opportunity to benefit from a privileged look into the member cities and their heritage. They especially explain the responsibilities that come with being recognized as a World Heritage treasure.

For further information or to participate, we invite you to write to Félix Rousseau: frousseau@ovpm.org.


Interviews

Mayor of Angra do Heroísmo, Portugal (October 2018)
Mayor of Cuenca, Ecuador (July 2018)
Mayor of Rimac District, Peru (October 2016)
Mayor of Cidade Velha, Cabo Verde (August 2016)
Mayor of Morelia, Mexico (June 2016)
Mayor of Regensburg, Germany (August 2015)
Mayor of Riga, Latvia (December 2014)
Mayor of Philadelphia, United-States of America (October 2014)
Mayor of Nessebar, Bulgaria (October 2014)
Mayor of Cordoba, Spain (October 2014)
Mayor of Rauma, Finland (August 2014)
Mayor of Denpasar, Indonesia (April 2014)
Mayor of Sintra, Portugal (March 2014)
Mayor of Baeza, Spain (January 2014)
Mayor of Dubrovnik, Croatia (November 2013)
Mayor of Warsaw, Poland (September 2013)
Mayor of Bardejov, Slovak Republic (September 2013)
Senator for the Urban Development and the Environment of Berlin, Germany (July 2013)
Governor of St. Petersburg, Russia (May 2013)
Mayor of Gyeongju, South Korea (March 2013)
Datuk of Melaka, Malaysia (October 2010)
Mayor of Krakow, Poland (February 2009)


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