The appeal, not only touristic of Cremona has undergone a gradual decline and, as a whole, the number of visitors has been falling, this despite the breadth and importance of its artistic collections and architectural heritage. These numbers explain the inability of the city to deliver more articulated and attractive services, in a spiral of decline. In order to increase the value of buildings, both those in use and those abandoned, the Town Hall (in partnership with the Politecnico di Milano) has initiated a comprehensive analysis of its architectural heritage. A plan is currently in development to create a first urban itinerary that includes visits to the buildings connected to the Civic Museum (palazzo Magio, Archaeological Museum, palazzo Ala-Ponzone) which constitute its obvious integration. Making the other monumental buildings of the City accessible (in some cases currently used as public offices) would enrich the city's cultural offering with limited operating costs, costs which in any case the Administration already bears. A website could offer a database of information on this heritage and, also, provide various levels of details, suitable for tourists and researchers.
|Titolo:||Aprire il patrimonio architettonico del Comune di Cremona/|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|
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