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The group TriviUN co-organises, at partnership with a Bolivian university, the 2nd International congress of the network of Researchers on Ibero-American Cultural Heritage.

It will take place from 7 to 9 July

PhotoCedited/ Posterof the congress

08 | 07 | 2021

Professor Miguel Zugasti and the group TriviUN co-organise, in partnership with the Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra and the Fundación Visión Cultural (Bolivia), the II International II International congress of the network of Ibero-American Cultural Heritage Researchers network founded three years ago in Lima.

The event is entitled degree scroll "Religious heritage of Ibero-America: tangible and intangible expressions (16th to 21st centuries) " and will be held at the Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra (UPSA-Bolivia) on 7, 8 and 9 July 2021, in two sessions modality: on-site and online. This congress, which has more than 300 people registered, brings together a hundred specialist-lecturers from all over Ibero-America, divided into eight thematic round tables that will deal with the following areas of knowledge: Anthropology; Archivistics and museology; Architecture, urban planning and landscape; Ceremonies and festivals; Literature; Moors and Christians; Painting, sculpture and graphic arts; Theatre.

It should be noted that on the last day of the congress, 9 July 2021, during the closing ceremony, the book-report will be presented and disseminated free of charge, which, in electronic format, collects most of the programs of study presented during the three days of the event. The book consists of 442 pages and is coordinated by the Architect Víctor Hugo Limpias (UPSA), maximum manager of the development of this II International congress , which, due to Covid-19, has result a technological challenge , as most of the speakers will intervene from outside Bolivia.