ICCROM Archives

From Monday to Friday,

between 10 am - 13 pm and 2 pm - 5 pm.

Via di San Michele, 13, 00153 - Rome, Italy.

This video guides users through the ICCROM digital collections database by assisting in navigating the website and using the search and filtering options. Learn more.

Access is by appointment only.

Please, contact: archive@iccrom.org.

Learn more: Rules and Procedures.

Information about the use of records, such as textual documents, photographs and other media and formats, available on this web portal. Learn more.

Archives preserve first hand evidence of what people, both individually and in groups, thought and did in the past. And evidence tells us not only who we were but who we might be. What does this mean for you? It means that archives help make a society into a community. And a community that understands itself is a much better community to live in.

— Samantha Thompson, 2015 (Posted by Archives @ PAMA, Region of Peel; in Archives FAQs and Facts, Why Records Matter).