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Jennie Sjöholm

Heritagisation in built environments

In the project ‘Heritagisation in built environments’, the World Heritage Site ‘The Historic Centre of Rome’ is investigated. UNESCO’s description of the site highlights its complexity; both in size and its many functions, and that it contains historic layering spanning three millennia. This makes the city interesting to study; both how the world heritage site is integrated with the urban environments, and how it is exposed for visitors. Which priorities are made in a place rich of archaeological sites, art and architecture? How is the historic centre of Rome defined as a world heritage site, and how it is perceived and managed as a tourist site? Which experiences can be transferred to Swedish conditions?

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The Valle Giulia Dialogues

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