• Role of Ppp in Conserving Monuments
    Indian Monuments India is among one of the rare and unique countries in the world which stands for its ancient cultures and traditions, which range through a span of centuries. It is clearly evident from the remains of the ancient monuments and traces in the different parts of India. The Indian monuments...
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  • Egypt
    Anthropology Evelyn Christner Egypt: The Quest for Eternity Much of the historical Egyptian culture was based around the laboring of peasants who were to build monuments which would grant their rulers immortal life. These monuments are presently known as the Pyramids of Egypt, one of the man-made wonders...
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  • Heritage of India
    brought with them their own traditions which got intermixed and integrated with the pre-existing traditions.It is said that India is dotted with monuments since antiquity. The country has a rich cultural heritage. Our ancient rulers had great fascination for magnificent buildings like forts, temples...
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  • Preservation Versus Progression
    Progression without doubt plays a significant key in developing our society and improving our standard of living. At the same time, preserving the past also brings about plethora of blessings to our society today as it helps to create a sense of patriotism, unity and identity within the nation . In order...
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  • International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Sites (the Venice Charter 1964)
    THE CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF MONUMENTS AND SITES (THE VENICE CHARTER 1964) IInd International Congress of Architects and Technicians of Historic Monuments, Venice, 1964. Adopted by ICOMOS in 1965. Imbued with a message from the past, the historic monuments of generations of people remain to the...
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  • Tourism Effects at Bru Na Boinne (Newgrange)
    issues affecting the World Heritage Site Newgrange, “This is Europe’s largest and most important concentration of prehistoric megalithic art. The monuments there had, social, economic, religious and funerary function” Fowler (2003 p98) Whilst there are many potential issues, time and volume constraints...
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  • Art and War
    case. Seventy years ago, during World War II, the US played a role of hero by sending a team of art historians and curators, who were called the “Monuments Men”. They rescued artistic masterpieces from Nazi thieves and returned them to their rightful owners. Currently, there are many controversies over...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    Cultural tourism provides essential values of historical identity of European countries Those identities also share the same background and traditions to future generations and that need to be protected and developed.18The cultural heritage which is a historical and social possession of a society that bequeaths...
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  • With Reference to Both People and Places Discuss the Extent to Which Attitudes Towards Britain’s ‘Heritage’ Have Developed in Modern Times.
    of public funding and human resources, but the practice of preservation and conservation of inherited ancient artefacts is not a modern concept as historical evidence has shown. The Greek historian Herodotus, writing in the fifth century BC, extolled the beauty and value of the pyramids, while the Roman...
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  • Silk
    tracks of the Silk Road, and the ancient world is gone, but its historical importance is increasingly recognized. Many sites are still preserved and distinguishable to this day. Many sites are also preserved for cultural and historical tradition and integrity. Many efforts, today, are being made to...
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  • Culture
    Heritage Act 2002 defines ‘cultural heritage’ as “movable and immovable objects of artistic, architectural, historical, archaeological, ethnographic, palaentological and geological importance and includes information or data relative to cultural heritage pertaining to Malta or to any other country. This...
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  • Berlin Urban Form and Politcal Ideology
    for north and south Berlin as was Siegesallee, or the Lane of Victory. Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi party, had an obsession with building big monuments and when queried as to why he always wanted to build the biggest, he would say that it was to restore self-respect to each individual German (Hall...
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  • Ghuthisystem in Nepal
    experienced at the time of king Mandev I, according to Changu Narayan temple script of Bhaktapur. This system has done attractive management for preserving ritual, traditional and cultural value in our society. In another words it is a cooperative system in modern concept and values. The purpose of establishing...
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  • The Contribution of Personal Feelings to Individual Identity
    were exiled or expelled. But why they still call themselves Palestinian? The answer is obvious, that Palestinians actually find their own way of preserving their identity by keeping their own feelings of belongings unchanged throughout the upheaval in their country. They are Palestinians, not new comers...
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  • Ancient History: Pompeii and Herculaneum
    Pompeii and Herculaneum Students learn about: Non-examinable background • stages of occupation • brief historical overview up to and including the eruption of AD 79 • early discoveries and brief history of the excavations • representations of Pompeii and Herculaneum over time Examinable...
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  • Heritage Building
    embedded in its architecture, social and cultural fabric, and of these the architectural fabric is probably the most enduring one. Nowadays, the historical rehabilitation and maintenance can be regarded as a popular method use in Malaysia. In addition, heritage building is deemed as significance thing...
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  • Contemporary Museums Must Respond to the Present and Engage with Their Own History as Institutions.
    One of the key roles of the museums, especially those of historical and ethnological nature, is to play in providing an understanding of identity and a sense of belonging to a place of community. The same has been pursued by both the private storehouses of the aristocrats in the seventeenth and eighteenth...
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  • Professionalism in Heritage Tourism Education
    that respects natural and built environments, in short the heritage of the people and place, is called 'heritage tourism.' Renewed appreciation for historical milestones, the development of 'heritage trails' linking cultural landmarks produce new tourism services and products that can assist local economies...
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  • HOw to develop Addu as a Tourist destination
    EXCECUTIVE SUMMARY Addu Atoll is the main economic and administrative centre in the south of the country, and the only place to rival Male’ in size and importance. Its 28, 000 people spread out over seven inhabited islands is a huge number in the Maldives. Apart from the five inhabited islands, there are many...
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  • World Cultural Heritage
    symbol of arts, source and origin of some cultures and also religions. These World Cultural heritages include tangible culture (such as buildings, monuments, landscapes, books, works of art, and artifacts), intangible culture (such as folklore, traditions, language, and knowledge), and natural heritage...
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