Europa Nostra Scientific Council- 51st Conference

“The Architecture and the reuse of the Coastal defenses from the End of the Middle Age to Early Modern Time”

On 10 June, congress participants are invited to attend 3 public sessions of the Scientific Council annual meeting. The subject is the architecture and the reuse of the coastal defenses from the end of the Middle Age to Early Modern Time.
Each lecturer is given the stage for about twenty minutes and uses visual materials to present his point of view and experience on the topic or report on a 7 Most Endangered mission attended as an expert.

The 7 Most Endangered sites for 2014 were:
Historic Stage Machinery of the Bourla Theatre, Antwerp, BELGIUM
Neighbourhoods of Dolcho and Apozari, Kastoria, GREECE
Citadel of Alessandria, ITALY
Carillons of the Mafra National Palace, PORTUGAL
Wooden Churches in Southern Transylvania and Northern Oltenia, ROMANIA
Colour Row Settlement in Chernyakhovsk, RUSSIA
Synagogue in Subotica, SERBIA

9:00 Welcome address by Isik Aydemir President of the Scientific Council of Europa Nostra
9:10-12:30 Public session 1 : lectures by ENSC members from France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain, Turkey on the annual theme
14:00-15:00 Public session 2 : lectures by local experts on the annual theme
15:00-17:00 Public session 3 : reports by ENSC members on the 7 ME missions
17:00-18:30 Internal Business (ESNSC full members only)