De Gatti, Piedad Pareja
January 2009
Consensus (16803817);2009, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p115
Academic Journal
Regarding to Colonial and Republican immovable heritage: We will talk about the Casa Muga in Lambayeque, in four sections. A short summary of Lambayeque's monumental area offers a panoramic view ofthe historical centre and an approximate idea ofits present potential value-partly related to the Royal Tombs Museum (Museo de Tumbas Reales)as a tourist attraction. The project for the Casa Muga's reconstruction describes a series ofdetails anda succession of episodes that make up the history ofa monument and that of its revaluation. The specific legislation on immovable historical heritage contains an updated summarized list of the regulations that are supposed to protect it, but that, in fact, turn it into a burden. In other regulations on immovable historical heritage we include those corresponding to civil service, municipalities, housing and tourism -in what refers to historical heritage- that, if obeyed, would favor its restoration, but that in practice are partially run and only if the administrator knows them and how to value them. A few final reflections are included. Though they may be somewhat general, they collect the concern and hope that we perceived in the neighbors of Lambayeque's monumental area regarding its destiny.


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