Europa Nostra Austria – public lecture on the 7 Most Endangered programme, Krems

Europa Nostra Austria will host a lecture about the 7 Most Endangered programme on 8 March (18:30) in Krems by Executive Vice-President of Europa Nostra, Dr. Guy Clausse.

The 7 Most Endangered programme identifies endangered monuments and sites in Europe and mobilizes public and private partners on a local, national and European level to find a viable future for those sites. The programme was launched in January 2013 by Europa Nostra with the European Investment Bank Institute as founding partner and the Council of Europe Development Bank as associated partner. The 7 Most Endangered is not a funding programme. It is a catalyst for action and promotes “the power of example”. The 7 Most Endangered is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

The most recently listed sites and monuments will be presented and the latest developments at a number of previously selected sites will be discussed. The lecture will be opened by Prof. Christian Hanus, Dean of the Faculty of Education, Art and Architecture, Danube University Krems and the event will be moderated by Dr. Andreas Lehne, Board member of Europa Nostra Austria.

The event takes place in cooperation with the Waldviertel Academy and is part of the lecture series “Cultural Heritage Protection in Practice”.