The Jean-Paul-L’Allier Prize for Heritage

WHS that have received The Jean-Paul-L’Allier Prize for Heritage, awarded by the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC) to one of its member cities in good standing. See

Connected Sites

Site Rationale Link
Cordoba 2015: The urban project and the cultural landscape: heritage, culture, trade and tourism – renovation of Cruz Conde street
Medina of Tunis 2011: Restoration and beautification project of a street circuit entitled “From Zitouna to Sidi Ibrahim”
Melaka and George Town 2021: George Town, Malaysia – Creating public spaces through the revitalisation of backlanes in the world heritage city of George Town. Melaka, Malaysia – Improvement and Conservation of Historical Urban Environment in the Historic City of Melaka.
Quito 2017: Investment programs and projects for the rehabilitation of public space on private heritage property in the Historic Center
Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca 2013: Integral rehabilitation project of the Tres de Noviembre Walkway, the de la Madre Park, the stairway, and the footbridge facing the University of Cuenca
St. Petersburg 2019: Redevelopment of industrial cultural heritage sites and their grounds for public projects
Warsaw 2009: Lighting of the walls of the Historic Centre


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