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Argyll Mausoleum in Rome

James Carter, one of the Interpretation Consultants we worked with on the Argyll Mausoleum project recently lead a seminar in Rome as part of the ICCROM’s Conservation of Built Heritage course.  ICCROM is the UNESCO body concerned with heritage conservation.

James had a very interesting group: 19 people from 19 different countries, including Afghanistan and Latvia and used the Argyll Mausoleum project as an exemplar of how interpretation can be successfully integrated with architecture and access management.