Managing Cultural Heritage Sites in Southeastern Europe

Managing Cultural Heritage Sites in Southeastern Europe

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The CHERPLAN project (CHERPLAN stands for a€œEnhancement of Cultural Heritage through Environmental Planning and Managementq) aims to provide a strong basis for ensuring compatibility and synergy between cultural heritage conservation and socioeconomic growth by fostering the adoption of a modern environmental planning approach throughout southeast Europe (SEE). The aim of environmental planning is to integrate traditional urban/spatial planning with the concerns of environmentalism to ensure sustainable development; when innovatively applied to cultural heritage sites, environmental planninga€™s comprehensive perspective can be regarded as composed of three spheres: the built and historical environment, the socioeconomic and cultural environment, and the biophysical environment. In this regard, this publication, as one of the results of the CHERPLAN project, addresses vital parts of cultural heritage management. It provides the basic framework defined by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), and guidelines for twenty specific management issues composed of a thematic introduction, recommendations, and good-practice examples. Thus, the publication provides practical information on the application of environmental planning in SEE, some of it developed within CHERPLAN pilot projects and some of it defined through the experiences of other cultural heritage sites. In both cases, recommendations and good-practice examples present local traditional knowledge and experience that has been developed through successful management practices in the past. The publication aims to assist cultural heritage site managers in their everyday decisions by supporting them with firm technical knowledge and specific instructions on how to react in a given situation. In this regard, it could support the recently issued World Heritage Resource Manual on Managing Cultural World Heritage, which was published by UNESCO in November 2013. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Knjiga Upravljanje obmoAij s kulturno dediAiAino v Jugovzhodni Evropi, kot eden od rezultatov projekta CHERPLAN, naslavlja kljuAna vpraAianja upravljanja obmoAij s kulturno dediAiAino. Predstavlja osnovni okvir, ki sta ga na tem podroAju izoblikovala Unesco in ICOMOS, ter usmeritve za dvajset razliAnih izzivov upravljanja, kjer vsakega pospremimo z uvodom, priporoAili in primeri dobrih praks. Knjiga tako zagotavlja praktiAne informacije za uveljavljanje okoljskega planiranja na obmoAjih s kulturno dediAiAino v Jugovzhodni Evropi, pri Aemer je bil del priporoAil pripravljen znotraj pilotnih obmoAij, del pa smo jih prevzeli od drugje. V obeh primerih predstavljajo priporoAila in dobre prakse preverjena lokalna znanja, saj so jih v opisanih primerih uspeAino uporabili. Projekt CHERPLAN a€“ Krepitev kulturne dediAiAine z okoljskim naArtovanjem in upravljanjem a€“ je bil namenjen zagotavljanju sinergij med ohranjanjem kulturne dediAiAine in druA¾benoekonomskim razvojem, s posebnim poudarkom na razvoju in uporabi okolju prijaznih skupnih pristopov in novih tehnik v naArtovanju in upravljanju obmoAij s kulturno dediAiAino v Jugovzhodni Evropi. ObiAajno se na tovrstnih obmoAjih pojavlja navzkriA¾je interesov med sistemom zaAiAite kulturne dediAiAine, ki lokalnemu okolju postavlja doloAene omejitve, ter potrebo lokalnega okolja po razvoju in modernizaciji. Namen projekta je bil tako tradicionalne naAine planiranja nadgraditi z okoljskimi elementi ter na ta naAin zagotavljati celostno naArtovanje obmoAij s kulturno dediAiAino. Knjiga je namenjena upravljavcem obmoAij s kulturno dediAiAino in naj bi jim pomagala pri vsakodnevnih odloAitvah s tehniAnim znanjem in praktiAnimi nasveti, kako se odzvati v konkretni situaciji. Tako lahko knjiga dopolnjuje leta 2013 izdani priroAnik Unesca o upravljanju obmoAij s kulturno dediAiAino (World Heritage Resource Manual on Managing Cultural World Heritage).Internet: networking_in_innoref.pdf (4.12.2007). Altia helps to preserve Saaremaa Islanda#39;s windmill heritage. 2014. Internet: ... 1994: Waste Management. Berlin, Heidelberg .

Title:Managing Cultural Heritage Sites in Southeastern Europe
Author: Janez Nared, Nika Razpotnik Visković
Publisher:Založba ZRC - 2014-07-01

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