ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes (ISCCL)
Comité Scientifique International de Paysages Culturels
Comite Cientifico Internacional de Paisajes Culturales
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1970, as a Committee of B-XB1748 - International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), in partnership with B-XC1942 - International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA). Statutes adopted 1983. Florence Charter approved by ICOMOS General Assembly 1981. Original title: ICOMOS International Committee of Historic Gardens and Sites -- Comité international pour les jardins et les sites historiques. Renamed ICOMOS-IFLA International Committee of Historic Gardens-Cultural Landscapes -- Comité international pour les jardins historiques-paysages culturels and subsequently ICOMOS-IFLA International Committee of Cultural Landscapes -- Comité international pour les paysages culturels d'ICOMOS-IFLA.
Promote worldwide cooperation in the identification, increased awareness, study, education and training for protection, preservation, restoration, monitoring, management of cultural landscapes.
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