Today’s cultural heritage requires an increasing number of projects capable of responding concretely to the needs of local communities. The involvement of citizens in the governance of cultural heritage is, in fact, one of the most important issues at the international level and the European Union has developed many initiatives to promote such synergies between cultural policies and sustainability. This contribution aims to enhance the project of the old Via Francigena route that still connects Canterbury with Rome, which as a cultural itinerary, interconnects cities and places of worship. In particular, the contribution analyses a participatory management project carried out in Italy in the city of Lucca, where a former convent maintains its ancient function of hospitality to passers-by along the cultural route.
|Título traducido de la contribución||The Via Francigena, a cultural route resulting from an international participatory management|
|Número de páginas||10|
|Publicación||edA Esempi di Architettura|
|Estado||Publicada - 5 jun 2020|