Intangible Cultural Heritage

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Parts of culture not covered by tangible Cultural Heritage, such as traditions, practices, cultural spaces and expressions communicated through means such as music, drama, rituals, skills and crafts. UNESCO aims to safeguard the transmission of knowledge, meaning and skills from one generation to the next, as well as support contemporary practices. Intangible Cultural Heritage is important to humanity’s sense of identity and continuity.

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