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Istanbul (Turkey): view from the Galata Tower across the Golden Horn.
Sylt (Germany)
Córdoba (Spain): view of the Roman bridge across the river Guadalquivir.
Sylt (Germany)
Castle of Alaró (Mallorca, Spain)
Old bridge across the Guadalqivir river near Italica (Spain)
Sylt (Germany)
Roman amphitheatre in Italica near Sevilla (Spain)
Great Mezquita of Cordoba (Spain)

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Members

    After CIVILSCAPE was formally registered in April 2008, the registration of members started. Most of them have already published their profile here. CIVILSCAPE has 108 member organisations in countries all over Europe which are active on local, regional and national level. Beside these members, CIVILSCAPE has additionally also members active mainly on European level.

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    ARKUM - Arbeitskreis für historische Kulturlandschaftsforschung in Mitteleuropa e.V.

    The association sees itself as a node in a network of historic cultural landscape research in Central Europe.
    Purpose of the Charity is in accordance with the statutes, the promotion of scientific research, information and education in the field of the history of the cultural landscape particularly in Central Europe, including the cultural landscape stewardship.
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  • Italian version

    Agenzia Siciliana per il Pasaggio (ASP)


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    ArchaeoLandscapes International

    The ArcLand International association is an educational and scientific not-for-profit association of institutions with the main aim of promoting non-destructive prospecting methods for archaeological and landscape investigations. It developed out of the European Union funded "ArchaeoLandscapes Europe" project (2010-2015).
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    Archaeology Scotland

    As part of our work to promote the conservation, management, understanding and enjoyment of Scotland's heritage, Archaeology Scotland co-ordinates a number of initiatives to increase active public participation in our archaeological heritage.
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  • German version

    Archäologisches Spessart-Projekt (ASP) e.V.

    The Archaeological Spessart-Project was founded in 1998 as a regional iniative by a few archaeologists and since then has developed to an institute for landscape research, communication and management. The ASP is active in the Spessart region but also on European level with many projcets and activities.
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    Asociación Amigos del Palmeral de Abanilla

    Now, as a group of "Friends of Palm Abanilla", we have formed an association to recover and restore the image of the splendor of other times in the town, the legendary activity and ability that characterized our ancestors and the tasty, healthy and typical dates, fruit of the undisputed queen of the native vegetation of our oasis, the palm tree.
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    Asociación Española de Paisajistas (AEP)

    Founded in 1957 as Institute of Gardening and Landscape Art, is the association of professionals in the landscaping or landscape architecture in Spain.
    It consists of a community of professionals working in landscaping the service of society, from the design of new spaces and places to study and landscape management at any scale.
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  • Romanian version

    Asociatia Peisagistilor din Romania - ASOP

    The Landscape Architects Association of Romania is a nongovernmental and nonpolitical organization that has emerged as a necessity to support the exercise of the profession of landscape, landscape architecture support as an act of artistic creation but also to promote the principles set forth by the Landscape Convention, ratified by Romania in 2002.
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    Associacion para la defensa del territorio del Aljarafe (ADTA)

    ADTA means Association for the Defense of the Territory of Aljarafe and was initiated in 1999. ADTA has the objective to defend the territorial values (geography, landscape, infrastructure, products, towns, environment, history, culture, etc.) of Aljarafe, with the result to reach a better quality of life for those who live in the region.
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    Associació Prioritat

    PRIORITAT was set up in 2007 to unite the social, economic and cultural fabric of the comarca (county) of the Priorat (Catalonia) around the values of the area’s cultural landscape, with the aim of promoting its candidature as a Mediterranean mountainous agrarian cultural landscape.
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    Membership

    CIVILSCAPE is open to all non-governmental organisations (NGO) which dedicate their work to landscape protection, management and planning, according to the “European Landscape Convention” (Florence, October 20th 2000).

    If you are interested, please send your request to the President or Secretary General. We will provide you further informations about this issue.

    You can also download the membership application form. Please follow the instruction and don't hesitate to contact the CIVILSCAPE Office Bonn.

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