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Angkor: Ten Years of Safeguarding. ©unesco 2003
Angkor: Ten Years of Safeguarding

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In 1992 the Angkor site in Cambodia zas inscribed on both the World Heritage List and the List of World Heritage in Danger. In 1993, at the Tokyo Conference, being the first Inter-Governmental Conference on Angkor, an international coordinating committee for the safeguarding and development of the Angkor site, co-chaired by France and Japan, was appointed to coordinate the international community's technical and financial support to ensure the safeguarding, preservation and promotion of the site.

Place/region Angkor region, Cambodia, Asia and the Pacific
Type: Documentary
Authors and personalities: Antoine Roulet, director.
Production: Kare Productions, France, producer. UNESCO Culture Sector, sponsor.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 135790

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