Local Development and Culture Heritage Sites Management - Comparative study: Versailles vs. Venaria Reale
by Abd El-Moneim, Nancy
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Management of the World Heritage Sites is a critical issue in the world nowadays and its importance emerges from the economic value that they bring to the places and communities. This book shows how the management plan of World Heritage Sites can play a big role in the development of the local community and the surrounding area. It aims to set a general guidelines which may helps in the assessment of the management plan and see how far/close from Sustainable Development is a plan which seeks to improve the conservation of the heritage sites as well as the local communities and the surrounding areas. To undertake this, it uses a SWOT analysis to estimate, strengths weaknesses, opportunities and threats that may affect the development plans of Versailles and Veneria Reale the two case studies analyzed, and to detect the contribution of the communities in the decision making. So, this book should be especially useful to professional and academics in Conservation, Preservation, Economics, Administration and Development of Heritage sites field, or anyone else who may be considering working in subject related to Heritage sites.
Abd El-Moneim, Nancy
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Nancy Abd El-Moneim, M.Sc.: Egyptian Architect, studied Architecture at Cairo University, Egypt, and economics and administration of culture heritage at Catania University, Italy. Senior architect at Informal Settlement Development Facility, Egypt. She believes that no place can be developed without the development of its local community.
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19 November 2012
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.006 m; 0.191 kg