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Youth in Conservation of Cultural Heritage

Palermo (Italy), May 24 th - 26 th 2010

International scientific conference on the topic “Youth in Conservation of Cultural Heritage” was held in Palermo, Italy on 24-26 May 2010. Young researchers under 35 years of age from 15 countries around the world, including Azerbaijan, Portugal, Poland, Latvia, England, USA, Egypt, Iran, Slovakia, Romania, Belgium, Germany, Indonesia, Switzerland participated at the conference. According to the conference’s program, reports were listened at the plenary session and meeting of five panels: The panels were as follows.
1. Organic materials and textile
2. Glass and ceramic materials
3. Cultural experience
4. Metal and stone items
5. Pigments and painting
Research officers of the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan N.Huseynli, J. Eminli, Chief of the Fund of the Azerbaijan National History Museum of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan F Khalilli, staff member of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Azerbaijan U. Imamverdiyeva have reported at the conference.
Namig Huseynli read the has reported called “The Place of Medieval Shamkir Town in Conservation of our National heritage”, jointly developed with Rasul-aga Mirzayev, at the Cultural Experience Panel on May 25. The report focused on the information about the role of medieval Shamkir town in the history of Azerbaijan, Shamkir architectonics and conservation works done for preservation of construction remains found during the archeological excavations. 5-munite scientific discussion was held at the end of the report.

J. Eminli and U. İmamverdiyeva have reported called “Excavations, conservation and use of archeological monuments in Azerbaijan”, and report of F. Khalilli called “Scientific research and conservation of the textile items preserved in the National Museum of Azerbaijan” was disseminated to the conference participants in the form of a poster.
A roundtable discussion for scientific experience and knowledge exchange was organized at the end of the conference. Efficient suggestions on preservation and promotion of cultural heritage were put forward.