Areddu, Andrea (2017) Itinerari culturali: profili giuridici. Doctoral Thesis.
The cultural routes have a supranational comprehensive legislation and represent the cultural good more complete and heterogeneous: in fact, they are composed not only by a set of one or more material cultural goods and the landscape, but they are also expression of intangible cultural values and a “means” to promote the cultural exchange and the cultural diversity. This cultural heritage must be preserved through development policies and sustainable tourism, in order to maintain intact the cultural balance between environment, man and the same landscape. In this context, play an important role the supranational Organizations and their regulatory activities, but also the appropriate Institutions for the protection of cultural routes, which offer various conceptions of cultural routes and multiple safeguard instrument. At national level, the legislations in terms of cultural heritage of Italy and Spain present common aspects. In terms of cultural routes, the reconstruction and comparison of the national disciplines, and those of their respective local self-government, makes it possible to highlight important aspects of legislative development and criticality. The transnational cultural routes are now counted as a category of world cultural heritage. By virtue of the principles of European administrative law and of the supranational legislation, are proposed elements for a legal and administrative unitary configuration of this type of routes.
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