“Securing the future for the past” international conference

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New technologies give opportunities for cultural heritage by causing worldwide interest, enriching communication and techniques.

Aiming at gathering the institutions working for preserving, keeping and transfering the cultural heritage to the future with sectoral suppliers, Restoration, Archaeology and Museology Technologies Fair and Conferences will be organized for 2nd time in Hilton Istanbul Convention and Exhibiting Center.

Heritage Istanbul, organised by the motto “Securing the Future for the Past” was launched in 2015 and will be one of the most important sectoral meetings again in 2017 through its world wide famous speakers and valued participation.

Event website: http://www.expoheritage.com/index-ENG.html

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