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|Title: ||The role of marble between as an economic resource and cultural uses in the industrial tourism context|
|Authors: ||Quintas, Armando|
|Editors: ||Belli, Gemma|
Pascariello, Maria Ines
|Issue Date: ||2017|
|Publisher: ||CIRICE - Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca sull’Iconografia della Città Europea Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II|
|Citation: ||Quintas, Armando. (2017) " The role of marble between as an economic resource and
cultural uses in the industrial tourism context". in Gemma Belli,Francesca Capano, Maria Ines Pascariello (eds.), VIII AISU Congress - The city, The travel, the Tourism
Perception, Production and Processing, Collection of Papers, 2017, Naples , 2958-2961. ISBN 978-88-99930-02-8|
|Abstract: ||Marble industry, in fact, is more than an economic extractive activity, is also a cultural asset.
The raw material, after be worked and transformed, turn in to a artistic or ornamental and contemplative element, a piece of art, a part of a monument, etc. A element that exist everywhere, from the ancient times, the Renaissance, and whit the twentieth century massif exportation, for all the world, then, becomes a universal reference of a specific territory. Also,
generated a way of life, a very own community around an ancestral practice and a heritage
based in immaterial knowledge, in a production structures and in a muted landscape.|
|Appears in Collections:||CIDEHUS - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings|
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