Traditionally, the term "interpretation" has been associated with the explanation or understanding of the significance of a particular object or concept. In the context of heritage conservation, heritage interpretation extends to all potential activities aimed at raising public awareness and enhancing public understanding of cultural heritage sites. As a critical component in the conservation and management process of World Heritage assets, heritage interpretation emerges as a paramount topic in the progression of cultural! heritage, having a significant connection with knowledge dissemination. Therefore, this study examines the relationship between the EU and UNESCO and highlights the implications of interpretative action to explore the intrinsic links between the EU and UNESCO. As a critical instrument in the World Heritage List application process, a management pian finds utility in practical management endeavors to deepen the comprehension of various properties within heritage sites. In the EU context, the formulation of management plans is frequently influenced by distinct economic and social development policies, and where heritage interpretation initiatives influenced by their decisions shape the identity of EU countries through the perception of different values. In general, the management of heritage sites involves an understanding of various types of heritage values and the methods and techniques employed for communicating heritage, thereby informing activities and initiatives related to heritage interpretation. Many of these activities related to interpretation are bottom-up, but if considered at a macro leve!, they need to be refined at both UNESCO and EU levels. Heritage interpretation therefore needs to take into account the dual heritage values of the world and Europe, and the basic objectives of heritage interpretation and presentation should be revisited when developing management plans for heritage sites, adhering to the core principles of integrity and authenticity.

European and UNESCO Policies and Interpretation in Architectural Conservation and Planning in World Heritage Cities

Angela Colonna;
2023-01-01

Abstract

Traditionally, the term "interpretation" has been associated with the explanation or understanding of the significance of a particular object or concept. In the context of heritage conservation, heritage interpretation extends to all potential activities aimed at raising public awareness and enhancing public understanding of cultural heritage sites. As a critical component in the conservation and management process of World Heritage assets, heritage interpretation emerges as a paramount topic in the progression of cultural! heritage, having a significant connection with knowledge dissemination. Therefore, this study examines the relationship between the EU and UNESCO and highlights the implications of interpretative action to explore the intrinsic links between the EU and UNESCO. As a critical instrument in the World Heritage List application process, a management pian finds utility in practical management endeavors to deepen the comprehension of various properties within heritage sites. In the EU context, the formulation of management plans is frequently influenced by distinct economic and social development policies, and where heritage interpretation initiatives influenced by their decisions shape the identity of EU countries through the perception of different values. In general, the management of heritage sites involves an understanding of various types of heritage values and the methods and techniques employed for communicating heritage, thereby informing activities and initiatives related to heritage interpretation. Many of these activities related to interpretation are bottom-up, but if considered at a macro leve!, they need to be refined at both UNESCO and EU levels. Heritage interpretation therefore needs to take into account the dual heritage values of the world and Europe, and the basic objectives of heritage interpretation and presentation should be revisited when developing management plans for heritage sites, adhering to the core principles of integrity and authenticity.
2023
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