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Cultural landscapes of universal value

Cultural landscapes of universal value

components of a global strategy

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Published by Gustav Fischer in cooperation with UNESCO, For orders from USA and Canada, VCH Publishers in Jena, Federal Republic of Germany, New York, Deerfield Beach, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural property -- Protection.,
  • Landscape protection.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Bernd von Droste, Harald Plachter, Mechtild Rössler, with contributions of 42 scientists.
    ContributionsDroste, Bernd von., Plachter, Harald., Rössler, Mechtild., Unesco.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC135 .C858 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination464 p. :
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15090807M
    ISBN 103334610225, 1560814349

    A Handbook for Managers of Cultural Landscapes with Natural Resource Values This handbook addresses the relationship of nature and culture in cultural landscapes, presenting strategies and advice to encourage a comprehensive approach for more effective management of cultural and natural values of a landscape. Examples of each type of cultural landscape are inscribed on the World Heritage List. Since , with the acceptance of these definitions and the ability to inscribe cultural landscapes, there have been 60 cultural landscapes of outstanding universal value .

    Since the Santa Fé Conference in , this was extended to ‘Cultural Landscapes of Outstanding Universal Value’, which could be designed (parks, gardens), organically evolved landscapes (relict and continuing landscapes, traditional rural landscapes) or associative landscapes (landscapes with religious, artistic or spiritual values).Cited by: Digital Technologies for “Minor” Cultural Landscapes Knowledge: Sharing Values in Heritage and Tourism Perspective: /ch The chapter aims to point out the most emerging technologies in analysing and sharing knowledge about ‘not outstanding' cultural landscapes Cited by: 2.

    World Heritage site, any of various areas or objects inscribed on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage sites are designated as having “outstanding universal value” under the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural .   Cultural landscapes (=CLs) are landscapes that are modified and/or shaped by human activities, in some cases this interaction extends to the cultural and spiritual meaning of a place or a .


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Cultural Landscapes of Universal Value: Components of a Global Strategy (German) PaperbackFormat: Paperback. : Cultural Landscapes of Universal Value: Components of a Global Strategy (German Edition) (): Droste, Bernd von, Plachter, Harald, Rößler Format: Hardcover.

Cultural landscapes of universal value: components of a global strategy. @inproceedings{HlshoffCulturalLO, title={Cultural landscapes of universal value: components of a global strategy}, author={Bernd von Droste zu H{\"u}lshoff and Harald Plachter and Mechtild R{\"o}ssler}, year={}} Bernd von Droste zu Hülshoff, Harald Plachter, Mechtild Rössler.

Cultural landscapes are at the interface between nature and culture. They are of outstanding significance and represent the permanent interaction between humans and their environment, shaping the surface of the earth. With rapid social and economic development, cultural landscapes.

Introduction. 1 Cultural Landscapes Reconnecting Culture and Nature Harald Plachter and Mechtild Rossler. Conceptual Framework.

Cultural Landscapes in a Global World Heritage Strategy Bernd. Cultural landscapes of universal values: components of a global strategy. Complete Title: Cultural landscapes of universal values: components of a global strategyCited by: Cultural Landscapes.

Cultural landscapes are those where human interaction with natural systems has, over a long period, formed a distinctive landscape. These interactions arise from, and cause, cultural values to develop. Managing these values, with their material, physical evidence and their non-material associations, so that they remain of outstanding universal value, is a particular challenge for World Heritage cultural landscape.

Aitchison, J. Cultural landscapes in Europe: a geographical perspective. In B. von Droste, H. Plachter, & M. Rössler (Eds.), Cultural Landscapes of Universal Value — Components of a Global Cited by: Table of Contents. Introduction: Cultural Landscapes: Twenty-First Century Conservation Opportunities and Challenges Ken Taylor, Archer St Clair, and Nora J.

Mitchell Part I: Reflections on Past and Future Directions 2. World Heritage Cultural Landscapes Mechtild Rössler 3. Sustaining the Outstanding Universal Value of World Heritage Cultural Landscape. A few special landscapes may have ‘universal’ or ‘outstanding’ values, but almost all landscapes will be valued in multiple ways by those people who are closely associated with them.

It is important that those making decisions affecting landscapes are aware of the potential nature and range of cultural values. Cultural Landscapes Notion Categories Management Tools Living landscape The World Heritage The notion of Outstanding Universal Value Outstanding Universal Value = NOT Outstanding + Universal BUT cultural.

Get this from a library. Cultural landscapes of universal value: components of a global strategy. [Bernd von Droste; Harald Plachter; Mechtild Rössler; Unesco.;] -- Cultural landscapes are at the. Abstract: Landscapes have a range of values that communities recognize as important and want to conserve.

Cultural and natural values are the qualities which make a place or landscape important. In particular, we can consider Cultural Landscapes. ) agreed that cultural landscapes could meet the criteria of “outstand-ing universal value” and revised the convention’s guidelines accordingly. In doing so, the committee recog-nized that cultural landscapes have values File Size: KB.

Cultural landscape management: international infl uences By JANE L. LENNON Given that cultural landscapes are artefacts created by humans in the natural environment, their material and intangible values require management to conserve and transmit these values in the context of a landscape Cited by: 6.

Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Bernd von Droste zu Hülshoff. The National Park Service defines a cultural landscape as a geographic area, including both cultural and natural resources and the wildlife or domestic animals therein, associated with a historic event, activity, or person, or exhibiting other cultural or aesthetic values.

There are four non-mutually exclusive types of cultural landscapes. Here are just some examples of each of the landscape.

Phillips A () The nature of cultural landscapes—a nature conservation perspective. Landsc Res –38 Plachter H () Functional criteria for the assessment of cultural landscapes. In: von Droste B, Plachter H, Rossler M (eds) Cultural landscapes of universal value.

Portugal Cultural Landscape of Sintra / 66 cultural landscapes recognized as being of outstanding universal value The term “cultural landscape ” embraces a diversity of manifestations of the interaction between humankind and its natural environment [OG Annex3.

] Cultural LandscapeFile Size: 3MB. appropriate interpretative material. So in the s the cultural landscape idea gathered momentum. It permeated cultural heritage management and planning thinking and practice, leading in to UNESCO recognising three categories of cultural landscapes of outstanding universal value.

Cultural identity is strongly associated with the ways in which people interact with their landscapes. A few special landscapes may have ‘universal’ or ‘outstanding’ values, but almost all Author: Janet Stephenson.include cultural landscapes and it is apparent that this addition has been instrumental in focusing on the universal value of the combined works of humanity and nature.

Thirty-six evolved continuing or relict, designed and associative landscapes have received World Heritage listing between and These cultural. The World Heritage Convention was established in to recognize and protect the world’s natural and cultural heritage of “outstanding universal value,” and in it became the first international legal instrument to recognize and protect cultural landscapes Cited by: