Two-wheeled wanderer: Dispatch III; Ted Kunz; Idaho Press

When approaching a big city, when the mass of humanity first appears on the horizon, Ted Kunz starts looking for the next big tree. Once spotted, he pull off the road…

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Wonderful World: Discover Zacatecas; Tom Sawyer; Dos Mundos

Welcome tourists! In this edition, we will talk about Zacatecas, Mexico, which was considered as the second most important city of the old New Spain and also held the most important battle of the Mexican Revolution. Founded in 1546 due to the discovery of its rich silver mines. It has a population …

Source: Wonderful World: Discover Zacatecas – Dos Mundos Bilingual Newspaper

Zacatecas, Mexico to Host World Heritage Cities Festival; Alex Temblador; Travel Pulse

The festival will host scientific forums and highlight the importance of UNESCO status.

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Zacatecas Tourism: A “Happy Place” charms European visitors; forimmediaterelease.net

The Hon. Gabriella Ibarra, Vice Minister of Tourism for the State of Zacatecas, had a message to France and the rest of the…

Source: Zacatecas Tourism: A “Happy Place” charms European visitors | World News | forimmediaterelease.net

On the trail of Britain’s lost surrealist in Mexico; Liz Todd; Telegraph

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Sub-regional meeting on the Action Plan for World Heritage in Mexico and Central America, 2018-2023; Unesco

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Mexico – Historic Centre of Zacatecas

From 23 to 25 April 2018, the city of Zacatecas (Mexico) will play host to the sub-regional meeting to discuss and adopt the Action Plan for World Heritage in Mexico and Central America (PAMAC), 2018-2023.

Approximately 30 national focal points and site managers, as well as representatives from the World Heritage Centre and the Advisory Bodies to the World Heritage Convention, will gather to adopt a common agenda of work for the sub-region that reflects the greatest challenges and opportunities for strengthening the conservation and management of World Heritage in the 7 participating State Parties. The participants will also adopt a sub-regional Strategy for Capacity Building and a Programme of Pilot Projects within the framework of the priorities identified in the Action Plan.

The meeting has been planned as follow up on the adoption by the World Heritage Committee of the Action Plan for World Heritage in Latin America and the Caribbean Region (Decision 38 COM 10B.4).

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