- ...and treasure trove. Khanum, Ay // UNESCO Sources;May2001, Issue 134, p7
Describes archaeological sites discovered in Afghanistan. Ay Khanun; Bagram; Hadda; Bamiyan; Ghaznij; Herat.
- Where in Britain? // In Britain;Apr/May2007, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p32
A quiz concerning the location of a historical site in England is presented.
- Hudson River Heritage area is featured in national brochure. // Hudson Valley Business Journal;04/10/2000, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p36
Reports that the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area in New York is featured in a brochure published by the Alliance of National Heritage Areas. Key projects for the Hudson River Valley NHA; Mission of the Alliance of National Heritage Areas; Contact information.
- Culture in a bottle. // Makeshift;Fall2011, Issue 1, p9
The article informs that Butterfly Works, a co-creation studio in Morocco has engaged several local people for its project titled "Taragalte" for the development and preservation of the ancestral heritage of Sahara.
- BRANTFORD, WATERFRONT MASTER PLAN. // Landscapes/Paysages;Summer2011, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p36
The article focuses on Grand River master plan at Brantford, Ontario. It says that Grand River is the first nations trading route and the Canadian Heritage River landscape reflects the 11, 000 years of settlement history. It also says that the plans focuses on city's urban boundaries and...
- Planning authorities gain flexibility in asset policy. Hurwitz, Brian; Bartlett, William // Planning (14672073);4/23/2010, Issue 1865, p9
The article reviews the article "Planning for the Historic Environment" which appeared in the periodical "Planning" on April 2, 2010.
- THE ENDURING SPLENDORS OF, YES, AFGHANISTAN. Schultheis, Rob // Smithsonian;Feb2003, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p30
THE QUEST BEGINS BESIDE an austere sarcophagus of white, black and pink marble with a simple little ivory-colored mosque below and vast terraced flower gardens beyond, high above the dusty, war-battered city of Kabul. The man buried beneath these stones, Zahiruddin Mohammed Babur, was one of...
- THE LOST TREASURES OF THE AFGHANS. Dupree, Nancy Hatch // UNESCO Sources;May2001, Issue 134, p4
Reports on the widespread destruction of historical and cultural sites in Afghanistan initiated by the country's Taliban rulers. Description of some Afghanistan art; Reasons behind Taliban rulers' iconoclastic campaign; Goal of confining Afghan heritage to Islam.
- Safeguarding the splendour of the pyramids. Bolla, G. // UNESCO Courier;Apr91, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p44
Discusses a number of measures implemented by Egyptian Minister of Culture Farouk Hosny in order to preserve the pyramids of Giza. Threat of uncontrolled development; Controlled access to the plateau of Giza; Royal boat of Pharaoh Khufu near the Great Pyramid; Motor traffic; The Sphinx. INSET:...