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Directory of websites, platforms, institutions and projects committed to the care and preservation of cultural heritage. If you want to include a project, institution or platform not in this list, please send the information to the Herido Heritage team through the contact section.

Instituciones dedicadas a la tutela patrimonial

  • Asociación Española para la protección del patrimonio arquitectónico del siglo 20

    It is a non-profit association, founded in February 2011, under the Organic Law 1/2002, of March 22, and complementary regulations, with legal capacity and full capacity to act and whose main purpose is the protection , conservation, dissemination and knowledge of the architectural and cultural heritage of the 20th century, understanding by this heritage, the monuments, complexes, sites, unique architectures and urban or cultural landscapes, all of them projected or produced in the 20th century, and that due to their characteristics particular of their cultural and / or social significance or those of their environment, have a special interest worthy of protection, conservation, promotion and dissemination, in accordance with the criteria endorsed by UNESCO and included in the Madrid Document.

  • Cátedra de Patrimonio de la Universidad de Granada

    The Heritage Chair of the University of Granada, belonging to the organization chart of La Madraza. Contemporary Culture Center, is proposed as a space for reflection and debate on heritage issues with a contemporary and multidisciplinary approach. Its main objective is to approach current issues related to the historical, artistic, scientific, technical, natural and intangible heritage to raise awareness of its conservation and enjoyment among specialists and non-specialized public.

  • DOCOMOMO Ibérico

    DOCOMOMO stands for Documentation and Conservation of buildings, sites and neighbourhoods of the Modern Movement. It is an international organisation set up in 1990 and its aim is to make an inventory, publicise and conserve the architectural heritage of the Modern Movement


    iArtHis_Lab is a research, innovation and training laboratory for the development of digital studies on artistic culture, and in particular for the progress and consolidation of the History of Digital Art in our country. iArtHis_Lab was born as the expression of the will of a group of professors and researchers linked to the Department of Art History of the University of Malaga to promote the development of the discipline by enrolling it for reasons of methodology, work format, approach and teaching in the panorama specialized scientist and technician from the dawn of the third millennium.


    ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) is an international non-governmental organization associated with UNESCO. It is dedicated to the promotion of theory, methodology and technology applied to the conservation, protection and enhancement of cultural heritage. His works are based on the principles enshrined in the 1964 International Charter on the conservation and restoration of monuments and sites, called the Venice Charter.

  • Instituto Andaluz de Patrimonio Histórico

    The Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage (IAPH) is an institution of the Ministry of Culture of the Junta de Andalucía, dedicated to cultural heritage since 1989. Public agency since 2007 and accredited as a research institute since 2011, the IAPH participates in the generation of innovative knowledge in heritage, and its transfer, and helps guide cultural policies as a factor for development and smart growth in Andalusia.

  • Instituto de Patrimonio Cultural

    The Cultural Heritage Institute of Spain (IPCE) is a Subdirectorate General attached to the Directorate General of Fine Arts and Cultural Heritage of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport. Its mission is the research, conservation and restoration of the properties that make up the Cultural Heritage.

  • Medialab. Laboratorio de Investigación en Cultura y Sociedad Digital de la Universidad de Granada

    Medialab UGR acts as a meeting point for research, analysis, and the dissemination of opportunities generated by digital technologies in the areas of culture and society.

  • Observatorio de Educación Patrimonial en España

    The OEPE project is a succession of three R + D + i projects. The first of them, developed between January 2010 and December 2012, is called “Observatory of Heritage Education in Spain. Comprehensive Analysis of the State of Heritage Education in Spain ”(Ref. EDU2009-09679), was born as a project subsidized by the Ministry of Science and Innovation and later the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Within the Observatory, the different national and international programs that work on heritage education are located, evaluated and inventoried.

  • Red de Agentes Informantes del Patrimonio Cultural de Andalucía

    The Informant Agents of Cultural Heritage Network is an initiative of the Council of Culture and Historical Heritage, through the Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage, to strengthen both institutional and citizenship collaboration around the production of information on cultural heritage.

  • Trans-UMA

    Training laboratory promoted and coordinated by the iArtHis_Lab research group in collaboration with other groups and projects. Trans-UMA aims to develop a learning ecosystem model aimed at facilitating a transdisciplinary training, understood as the integration of heterogeneous knowledge, in which action and critical thinking are combined.

Listados de patrimonio en peligro

  • Lista del Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO

    The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) seeks to encourage the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around the world considered to be of outstanding value to humanity. This is embodied in an international treaty called the Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, adopted by UNESCO in 1972.

  • Lista Roja de Hispania Nostra

    "This List includes those elements of the Spanish Cultural Heritage that are subject to risk of disappearance, destruction or essential alteration of their values, in order to make them known and achieve their consolidation or restoration." The items that are saved pass the "Green List", so it is possible to keep track of the pieces that have been injured and that have been recovered, and the "Black List" those that have been lost forever, so it can be considered that a history of all the included inputs is kept, regardless of the action on them.