A possible
Methodology for the
Valorisation and
ImproVIng of small
historic centres in
the EASTern regions
F r a n c e s c...
INDEX
• 1. Benefits of Safeguarding Cultural Heritage: Cutural heritage as a key of a sustainable, local development
• 1.1...
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• There’s the need of a pragmatic approach
• Methodology of intervention couldn’t be a rigid sequence
of phases, but it ha...
• It is first of all a cultural process of growing awareness of
people about the value of the cultural heritage
• Inhabita...
Analyzing the current situation of the Cultural Territorial System
(HOSMAN, VILLAGE)
Analyzing the current situation of the Cultural Territorial System
CAPURSO – CELLAMARE - VALENZANO
Analyzing the current situation of the Cultural Territorial System
PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
Analyzing the current situation of the Cultural Territorial System
PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
Actions: traditional techniques
Information and communication
Territorial Landscape Regional Plan
Apulia Region
Agricultural Olive Trees Park
Regional Law on safeguard and valorization of Old-Century Olive Tree
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In the short time benefits are relate to the social cohesion, to a new offer of working places
(art crafts, agriculture, t...
Thanks for your patient attention
Multumesc mult
Francesco SELICATO
Department of Civil Engineer and Architecture,
Polytec...
A possible methodology for the valorisation and improving of small historic centres in the eastern regions
A possible methodology for the valorisation and improving of small historic centres in the eastern regions
A possible methodology for the valorisation and improving of small historic centres in the eastern regions
A possible methodology for the valorisation and improving of small historic centres in the eastern regions
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A possible methodology for the valorisation and improving of small historic centres in the eastern regions

  1. 1. A possible Methodology for the Valorisation and ImproVIng of small historic centres in the EASTern regions F r a n c e s c o S E L I C A T O Workshop, Sibiu, June 2013
  2. 2. INDEX • 1. Benefits of Safeguarding Cultural Heritage: Cutural heritage as a key of a sustainable, local development • 1.1 Introduction • 1.2. The concept of heritage • 1.3. Local self-sustainable development • 1.4 The cultural heritage as a key to the development of cultural and territorial integrated plans for the exploitation of networks of minor historical centres and their landscape systems. • 2. Lesson learned from international best practices on safeguarding Cultural Heritage: minor historic centres revitalisation. • 2.1. Characterisation of minor historic centres • 2.2. Main Lessons learned from the international best practices on revitalising Cultural Heritage linked to minor historic centres • 3. Features of the new Approach on Cultural Heritage: Territorial Cultural Systems • 3.1. Territorial Cultural Systems: A first definition. • 3.2 The main elements of strategic development processes. • 3.3 The main features and benefits of the Territorial Cultural Systems. • 4. A new Approach to the Management of Cultural Territorial Systems: Integrated Cultural Territorial Plans • 4.1 Participation and Integrated Cultural Territorial Plans – 4.1.1. Involving the local support group and further stakeholders – 4.1.2. The new meaning of participation emerging from practices – 4.1.3. From the reactive to the proactive participation • 4.2. Developing a vision, objectives and actions • 4.3. Developing a territorial project • 4.4. A landscape design process • 4.5. Developing structures and procedures • 4.6 Implementing and Reviewing Integrated Cultural Territorial Plans A possible methodology
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  4. 4. • There’s the need of a pragmatic approach • Methodology of intervention couldn’t be a rigid sequence of phases, but it has to be built coherent with the context
  5. 5. • It is first of all a cultural process of growing awareness of people about the value of the cultural heritage • Inhabitants and Institutions have to be the best promoter of this cultural heritage • This Awareness is the best Warranty for protection and valorisation of this cultural heritage (also from an economic point of view)
  6. 6. Analyzing the current situation of the Cultural Territorial System (HOSMAN, VILLAGE)
  7. 7. Analyzing the current situation of the Cultural Territorial System CAPURSO – CELLAMARE - VALENZANO
  8. 8. Analyzing the current situation of the Cultural Territorial System PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
  9. 9. Analyzing the current situation of the Cultural Territorial System PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
  10. 10. PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
  11. 11. PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
  12. 12. PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
  13. 13. PARCO ULIVI SECOLARI
  14. 14. Actions: traditional techniques
  15. 15. Information and communication
  16. 16. Territorial Landscape Regional Plan Apulia Region Agricultural Olive Trees Park
  17. 17. Regional Law on safeguard and valorization of Old-Century Olive Tree
  18. 18.   
  19. 19. In the short time benefits are relate to the social cohesion, to a new offer of working places (art crafts, agriculture, tourism, ecc.), In the medium long period: an improvement of life conditions, of economic development more durable because built on community heritage. Beneficiaries. Small and medium enterprises, inhabitants
  20. 20. Thanks for your patient attention Multumesc mult Francesco SELICATO Department of Civil Engineer and Architecture, Polytechnic of Bari, Technical University (Italy) www.poliba.it e-mail: f.selicato@poliba.it;

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