Definition of a recovery strategy of the three cultural sites nowadays underused, underexploited and in a different – but progressive – state of decay. The aim of this multidisciplinary research is twofold: (1) identify the intrinsic latent potential of these three Piedmonts’ cultural heritage; (2) design new strategy for the activation of the latent potential pursuing the preservation and the enhancement of the assets under investigation. The aim of the research project is to establish a link between the three sites and the resources of the territories, which are peripheral and affected by gradual tourist flows reduction. The project has three main objectives: (1) to improve the awareness and comprehension of the investigated cultural heritage; (2) to bring together heritage and landscape so as to offer new ways to benefit from their combined social, economic, cultural and environmental values; (3) to promote and diversify cultural tourism so as to balance the exploitation of the different cultural resources both in remote peripheral areas and high demand areas nowadays over exploited.
Team: Matteo Robiglio, Elena Vigliocco, Lucia Baima, Temirlan Nurpeissov, Riccardo Ronzani, Diego Bonilla, Roberta Taramino, Giulio Zotteri, Carlotta Reviglio, Laura Martini;
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