UNESCO heritage with great symbolic value, Hadrian's Wall is today a linear constellation of fragments, which lives on deep interaction with its territory. The identity of the monument and the authenticity of the places are rooted in this dialogical relationship between ruins and landscape, as depicted in the romantic visions of nineteenth-century travelers. In this same spirit, today the reconstruction of the heritage vision is planned through strategic and architectural enhancement actions, from UNESCO policies to the creation of an equipped visit system.

Ai confini dell’impero. Rileggere il Vallo di Adriano tra frammenti e paesaggio

Sara Ghirardini
2021

Abstract

UNESCO heritage with great symbolic value, Hadrian's Wall is today a linear constellation of fragments, which lives on deep interaction with its territory. The identity of the monument and the authenticity of the places are rooted in this dialogical relationship between ruins and landscape, as depicted in the romantic visions of nineteenth-century travelers. In this same spirit, today the reconstruction of the heritage vision is planned through strategic and architectural enhancement actions, from UNESCO policies to the creation of an equipped visit system.
UNESCO heritage
hadrian's wall
territorial identity
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