SOBRE EL SENTIDO Y NECESIDAD DE LA CONSERVACIÓN DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL Patrimonio, Espíritu, Sacralidad, Existencia, Sentido, Ciencia y Sabiduría

Orellana Rojas, Juan De
January 2009
Consensus (16803817);2009, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p69
Academic Journal
This work intends to show and make valid the needfor Conservation of Cultural Heritage, either tangible or intangible, as a way of economic, social and personal development. First, it is necessary to completely understand its meaning that is its physical reality, threats and restoration, if it were tangible heritage, or the meaning and its origin, if it were intangible heritage. Tins paper will also make it clear the relation between tangible and intangible heritage and its biunivocal sense through the conscience of Human Being.


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