European Centre for Heritage Crafts and Professions
Centre européen pour les métiers du patrimoine
Europäisches Zentrum für Die Berufe in der Denkmalpflege
Centro Europeo per i Mestieri del Patrimonio
1976 Venice Italy
Established 1976, Venice (Italy), as European Centre for Training Craftsmen in the Conservation of the Architectural Heritage – Centre européen de formation d'artisans pour la conservation du patrimoine architectural – Europäisches Ausbildungszentrum für Handwerker im Denkmalschutz – Centro Europeo di Formazione degli Artigiani per la Conservazione del Patrimonio Architettonico, within the framework of D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE). Previously referred to in English as Venice European Centre for the Skills of Architectural Heritage Conservation. Subsequent name change: Venice European Centre for the Trades and Professions of the Conservation of Architectural Heritage – Centre européen de Venise pour les métiers de la conservation du patrimoine architectural – Europäisches Zentrum Venedig für die Berufe in der Denkmalpflege – Centro Europeo di Venezia per i Mestieri della Conservazione del Patrimonio Architettonico.
Offer training in the field of restoration and handicrafts; consolidate and develop activities at national and international levels.
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Since 2008, located at Villa Fabris, Venice (Italy); managed by Fondazione Villa Fabris.
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