Nowadays Aquileia is a small town with a population of about 3500, but in ancient Roman times it was Italy's 4th largest city,Read More »
Enhancement of Cultural Heritage Through Environmental Planning & Management
Cultural Heritage sites located in both rural and urban areas are often facing the dilemma between loss of cultural values and hence loss of identity, due to non-sustainable growth, and economic decline and emigration, due to inappropriate infrastructure and high cost of living (especially, buildings maintenance). CHERPLAN aims to provide a strong basis for ensuring compatibility and synergy between cultural heritage conservation and socio-economic growth by fostering the adoption of a modern Environmental Planning approach throughout SEE.
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