COMPENDIUM CULTURAL POLICIES AND TRENDS IN EUROPE
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San Marino/ 7. Public institutions in cultural infrastructure  

7.2 Basic data about selected public institutions in the cultural sector

Table 2:     Cultural institutions financed by public authorities, by domain

Domain

Cultural institutions (subdomains)

Number (Year)

Trend

(++ to --)

Cultural heritage

Cultural heritage sites (recognised)

On 7 July 2008, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee recognised the universal value of the Historic Centres of San Marino (the Capital) and Borgo Maggiore (one of the nine Castles) and Mount Titano, a property of a total of 42 hectares.

For UNESCO, San Marino represents a living historic city, the symbol of an important stage in the development of democratic models in Europe and worldwide.

/

 

Museums (organisations)

5 (2010)

/

 

Archives (of public authorities)

1 (2010)

/

Visual arts

public art galleries / exhibition halls

2 (2010)

+

 

Art academies (or universities)

1 (2010)

/

Performing arts

Symphonic orchestras

1 (2010)

/

 

Music schools

1 (2010)

/

 

Music / theatre academies
(or universities)

0 (2010)

/

 

Dramatic theatre

2 (2010)

/

 

Music theatres, opera houses

2 (2010)

/

 

Dance and ballet companies

0 (2010)

/

Books and Libraries

Libraries

6 (2010)

/

Audiovisual

Broadcasting organisations

1 (2010)

/

Interdisciplinary

Socio-cultural centres / cultural houses

3 (2010)

/

Other (please explain)

/

/

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Chapter published: 07-10-2015

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