The protection of natural and cultural resources in small towns is a topic of growing interest within the European context and aims to enhance the local heritage toward an interaction consciously balanced between human activities. The project Tindari 2030: Natural emotion led by the research group LabCity Architecture aims to indicate and enhance the territory of Tindari with regard to its natural, cultural and religious resources, such as the Sanctuary of the Black Madonna, an archaeological site (396 BC), the sandy naturalistic system of the 'Laghetti di Marinello',the 'Coda di Volpe' trail, which is the remaining part of the 'Via Francigena Palermo-Messina per la marina'. This project introduces a few considerations of action research carried out in scientific support of the 'project of excellence' I.ti.n.da.ri, funded over the two-year period 2015-2017 by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage MiBAC, for the design and creation of itineraries geared towards the enhancement of naturalistic tourism.
|Titolo:||Network of small towns. Themes and projects in the territory of Tindari|
LECARDANE, Renzo Antonio (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Citazione:||Lecardane, R., & LA SCALA, P. (2019). Network of small towns. Themes and projects in the territory of Tindari. In P. Fiore, & E. D'Andria (a cura di), Small Towns ... from problem to resource : sustainable strategies for the valorization of building, landscape and cultural heritage in inland areas : book of abstracts (pp. 120-120). Fisciano (SA) : Coperativa Universitaria Athena.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.08 Abstract in atti di convegno pubblicato in volume|