Et de quatre pour Maurice sur la liste des patrimoines culturels immatériels de l’Unesco. Mardi, le séga tambour des Chagos y a été inclus. Maurice compte en tout six richesses sur la liste du patrimoine mondial de l’Unesco : un monument, un paysage et quatre pratiques culturelles. Tour d’horizon de ces patrimoines culturels immatériels de notre pays.
12 Dec 2019, business.mega.mu
Le torchon brûle entre Maurice et Israël. En cause ? La signature par Maurice, jeudi, d’une résolution de l’Unesco intitulée «Palestine occupée».
18 Oct 2016, business.mega.mu
Une cérémonie haute en émotion a eu lieu, ce samedi 16 juillet, à l’Aapravasi Ghat pour commémorer les dix ans de l’inscription de ce site sur la liste de patrimoine mondial de l’Unesco.
16 Jul 2016, business.mega.mu
Rio was one of eight new sites, four natural and four cultural, added to the UN’s list on Sunday. In granting heritage status, UNESCO commended the key features that have shaped and inspired the city’s development, such as Guanabara Bay and the Tijuca National Park – a sprawling urban forest in the west that cloaks [...]The post Rio de Janeiro’s natural landscapes have been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
02 Jul 2012, KotZot
It has been five years since the Aapravasi Ghat was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. A simple ceremony was organised to celebrate the event at the headquarters of the Aapravasi Ghat, Port Louis on Saturday. Raju Mohit, officer-in-charge of the institution said that a part of Mauritius’s history was recognised when the Aapravasi [...]
18 Jul 2011, The Independent Daily
The China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe (CDPPAT) will be in Mauritius for a performance at the J&J auditorium in Phoenix on May 3. At a press conference held by the Ministry of Arts and Culture in Port Louis, minister Mookhesswur Choonee said that this performance will be a first for Mauritius. The troupe is [...]
30 Apr 2011, The Independent Daily
Mauritius has received UNESCO’s green light to nominate the Black River Gorges as a World Heritage Site.
29 Apr 2011, business.mega.mu
Le Morne symbolises sacrifices endured for centuries by fellow human beings. This is the observation the President of the Republic of India, Pratibha Devisingh Patil has made in the visitor‘s book after her visit at the site which has been declared World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). The sacrifices [...]
28 Apr 2011, The Independent Daily
The inscription of Black River Gorges would add another historical site to the existing rich heritage of the country
19 Apr 2011, business.mega.mu