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The awards ceremony for the 2010 Mediterranean Awards took place on 13 June 2010 at the San Carlo Theatre in Naples.
The Mediterranean Award for Ambassador of the Mediterranean was given to H.R.H. Beatrice of Bourbon -Two Sicilies.
The award to H.R.H. Beatrice of Bourbon was presented by Claudio Azzolini, Director of Institutional Relations of the Fondazione Mediterraneo.

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The awards ceremony for the 2010 Mediterranean Awards took place on 13 June 2010 at the Theatre of San Carlo in Naples.
The Mediterranean Award for Architecture 2009 was given to the Portuguese Architect Alvaro Siza.

 Architect Siza attended the ceremony and received the award from the President of the Fondazione Mediterraneo, Architect Michele Capasso.

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The MAISON DE LA PAIX hosted the International Meeting Alvaro Siza: Ideas and Projects for the City ".

They intervened:
Arch. Michele Capasso
President of the Mediterranean Foundation
Arch. Paolo Pisciotta
Member of the National Council of Architects Conservation Planners Landscape Architects
Arch. Claudio de Saint Mihiel
Dean of the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II
Arch. GennaroPolichetti
President of the Order of Conservation Architects Planners of Naples and Province He concluded:
Arch. Alvaro Siza Vieira
Mediterranean Architecture Award 2009-2010

During the meeting the Arch. Siza has given its readiness to preside over the international jury that will evaluate the project for the future definitive seat of the "Maison de la Paix"..

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As part of the 11th Edition of Chaire Avérroes for the Academic year 2009-2010 under the theme "Jeunes et créativité, entre innovation et tradition" ("Youth and Creativity, between innovation and tradition"), Mr. Albert Jacquard: Lecturer, writer, French humanist and geneticist, led, in the Conference Center of the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy in Marrakech, a conference entitled: "La construction réciproque des personnes et de l’humanité" ("The mutual Construction of people and Humanity").

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