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Here you will find scientific and popular content, produced to help people understand the significance of the historic environment and thus our mission to protect heritage. All our authors are experts in their chosen field. Their work inspires, informs and educates.

Unfortunately, not all materials are published in English, and translations are therefore not available.

Burning lime

Burning lime

Mounting paintings on canvas

Mounting paintings on canvas

Using low-residue PU foam in the removal and treatment of wall paintings

Using low-residue PU foam in the removal and treatment of wall paintings

Ljubisa Milic, Restoration glimpse: lifting mosaics - Martina Lesar Kikelj, Simon's Bay

Ljubisa Milic, Restoration glimpse: lifting mosaics - Martina Lesar Kikelj, Simon's Bay

The ground beneath your feets

The ground beneath your feets

Ljubisa Milic, recording a fresco with the "Strappo" technique 2008 l Bovec

Ljubisa Milic, recording a fresco with the "Strappo" technique 2008 l Bovec

Ljubisa Milic, restoration of Gothic frescoes by "Master" Jernej from Loka

Ljubisa Milic, restoration of Gothic frescoes by "Master" Jernej from Loka

From filming to presentation: St Francis of Assisi Koper

From filming to presentation: St Francis of Assisi Koper

Simon's bay

Simon's bay

Renovation of Quaglia's paintings

Renovation of Quaglia's paintings

Documentary film on dry construction

Documentary film on dry construction

Ljubisa Milic, Recording a larger Baroque fresco from the Gothic fresco, in one piece Kamna Gorica

Ljubisa Milic, Recording a larger Baroque fresco from the Gothic fresco, in one piece Kamna Gorica

New editions

Guidelines

for the installation of renewable energy systems in buildings and cultural heritage sites in Slovenia
How can cultural heritage contribute to reducing our carbon footprint? How to install
photovoltaic modules on the roof to make the intervention acceptable for cultural heritage?
You can find out everything and more in the Guidelines.

IPCHS Library

The IPCHS Library is a special library that supports the work and research process of its parent institution. Within the framework of its library activities, it builds up a collection in the fields of restoration, conservation, artistic techniques, architecture, building, sculpture, painting and archaeology.

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