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World Heritage map on tour

The University of Edinburgh will host EWH's Community Map in venues across campus.


Nov 13, 2013

The World Heritage Site Community Map is an artistic depiction of residents’ daily experience of living in Edinburgh.The project aims to showcase the multitude of sensory experiences that the city has to offer.

Alongside the sights, notable sounds, smells and resident's memories are highlighted culminating in an experience of Edinburgh as a place that is as much connected to it's people as it is to its heritage.

Hosting the exhibition at the University will help further the University’s ambition to enhance the experience of its employees and students, encouraging them to explore their surroundings and forge deeper connections to the wider community and their local environment

The exhibition is being hosted by the University of Edinburgh’s Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability and supported by the Edinburgh University Students Association, the Chaplaincy, and the Noreen and Kenneth Murray Library.

The map will be displayed in the following locations:

11th-17th November: Chaplaincy Auditorium (1 Bristo Square, EH8 9AL) 18th-24th November: King’s Building Centre (King’s Buildings, EH9 3JF) 25th November-1st December: Potterrow (5/2 Bristo Square, EH8 9AL)



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