UK documentary heritage awarded UNESCO status
Eleven items have been selected from the UK’s libraries, archives and museums to represent the outstanding heritage of the United Kingdom. From the Domesday Book to Hitchcock's Silent Films, these priceless items span nearly 900 years, come from across the country and embody pivotal moments in the history of their communities and the UK as a whole.
The 9 July announcement is the third group of inscriptions to the UNESCO UK Memory of the World Register, an online catalogue created to help promote the UK’s documentary heritage across the UK and the world. The register is part of a UNESCO programme to support and raise awareness of archives.
For more information, please visit the following website: http://www.unesco.org.uk/uk_documentary_heritage_awarded_unesco_status
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