Local heritage matters
Heritage conservation and the cultivation of vibrant, livable, and sustainable communities
Appreciation of history and historic places is ubiquitous. Societies across the world have venerated sites of historic value for their tangible connections to a community’s elders and historical roots and their importance in providing a sense of place and community focus.
The first concerted effort to codify the principles of conservation internationally occurred in 1931 with adoption of the first international charter for the restoration of historic monuments, the Athens Charter.
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