Ecomuseo della Via Appia: un progetto di sviluppo sostenibile per la piana di Brindisi

GLM Burgers, Christian Napolitano, Ilaria Ricci

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Abstract

The Ecomuseo della Via Appia (EVA) derives from the Parco dei Messapi
of Muro Tenente with the aim of bringing together the Municipalities, by
which the Via Appia Antica passes, towards a sustainable development project
inspired by the European Landscape Convention and the Faro Convention.
The Archaeological Park of Muro Tenente is managed by a technical
scientific Committee composed by the Superintendence A.B.A.P. for provinces
of Brindisi, Lecce e Taranto, the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the
University of Salento and the Municipalities of Mesagne and Latiano.
The Ecomuseo della Via Appia is increasingly taking on the features of a 'metaluogo', an ideal space for experimentation, meeting and aggregation. So, starting from a simple ecomuseum laboratory, EVA is becoming a project to aggregate the social, cultural and environmental capital of the district, putting actors, resources and skills in the network.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationTerritori e comunità Le sfide dell'autogoverno comunitario
Subtitle of host publicationAtti dei Laboratori del VI Convegno della Società dei Territorialisti Castel del Monte (BA), 15-17 novembre 2018
PublisherSdT Editori
Pages37-46
Number of pages10
ISBN (Electronic)978-88-940261-8-4
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Publication series

NameRicerche e Studi Territorialisti
PublisherSdT Edizioni
Volume5

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