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Grand Prizes Awards Laureate

The following are the selected Awards Laureates who will be competing for one of the 7 Grand Prizes, to be disclosed at the European Heritage Awards Ceremony and presented jointly by the European Commission and Europa Nostra, the pan-European Federation of Cultural Heritage in Europe:

Category 1 — Conservation:

* Gozzoburg Medieval building in Krems, AUSTRIA

* Grotenfelt Family Burial Chapel’s wall paintings in Joroinen, FINLAND

* Kesälahti Church Bell Tower, FINLAND

* Dokumentationsstätte Regierungsbunker, Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, GERMANY

* Archaeological Site of Nicopolis in Epirus, GREECE

* Mátra Museum in Gyöngyös, HUNGARY

* The Church of Saints Faustino and Giovita in Fasano, ITALY

* “Macro Future” and “Alternative Economy City” in Rome, ITALY

* Via Latina at the University of Coimbra, PORTUGAL

* La Casería de Tomillos at Alcalá del Valle SPAIN

* The Church of Santa María La Mayor in Colmenar de Oreja, SPAIN

* Stanley Mills in Stanley Perthshire, UNITED KINGDOM

* Logie Schoolhouse in Craigo, UNITED KINGDOM

* The Pier Arts Centre in Stromness on Orkney, UNITED KINGDOM

* High Level Bridge at NewcastleGateshead, UNITED KINGDOM

Category 2 — Research:

* Study, Assessment and Design for the Structural and Architectural Restoration of the Bedestan in Nicosia, CYPRUS

* Series of five restoration catalogues from 2004 to 2008 of the Olomouc Museum of Art, CZECH REPUBLIC

* An Inventory of Historic Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Ireland, IRELAND

* The Noah’s Ark Project – Global Climate Change Impact on Built Heritage and Cultural Landscapes, ITALY

Category 3 — Dedicated service:

* Dr Glenn Murray from Segovia, SPAIN

* Fundación de la Comunidad Valenciana La Luz de la Imágenes, SPAIN

* Professor David Walker, OBE, from Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM

Category 4 — Education, training and awareness-raising:

* Maison du patrimoine médiéval mosan in Bouvignes-sur-Meuse, BELGIUM

* Sustainable Aegean Programme, GREECE

* Pontemanco – A proposed teaching method for reading the landscape, ITALY

* Academia Istropolitana Nova in Sväty Jur, SLOVAKIA

* “Culture Ants” project of the Cultural Awareness Foundation, Istanbul, TURKEY

* Upper Colne Valley dry stone walling project from Huddersfield, UNITED KINGDOM

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