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Culture, with its manyfold expressions and characteristics has the capacity to mediate complex processes' of change, interweaving the ecological, the social and the economic within a sustainable framework of development. 


Considering the importance of tangible and intangible cultural assets, namely, the interaction between culture and the development of the cultural landscape, it is critical to acknowledge and understand the interaction between people and their environment. 


Since memories survive best when shared with others, to identify and valorise local cultural assets has a twofold outcome: first to acknowledge and preserve communities legacies and practices. Secondly, to actively incorporate audiences in the process of developing a sustainable approach encompassing natural and cultural appreciation.

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