World Heritage Day

18th April 2021 –

Conserve your cultural diversity, preserve it for future identities.

If our heritage is what we leave behind for future generations, we need to prepare young people to protect it—and the best way is through education.
International Day for Monuments and Sites, often known as World Heritage Day, is a “day to celebrate and promote cultural heritage, and an opportunity to raise awareness about its diversity, its relevance, how vulnerable it can be and what the needs and benefits of its conservation are.” On April 18th 1982, at a symposium in Tunisia that was organized by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), a suggestion was proposed by ICOMOS that a global “International Day for Monuments and Sites” should be held to celebrate the diversity of heritage around the world. World Heritage Day gives us an opportunity to conserve and preserve our heritage culture which paves an ancient importance.