In an age like the present one, marked by a growing sensitivity towards the issues of recovery and enhancement of minor historic centres, abandoned or in the process of depopulation, the case study of the medieval village of Craco is a pragmatic example of the settlements in Lucania affected by this phenomenon. In 1963 a landslide undermined the survival of the village, so much to cause a progressive depopulation and transfer of all the inhabitants in the nearby village of Peschiera. A condition of geographic marginality together with the state of decay of the village, now deprived of its original vocation and constant maintenance, has become the attractive note for an ever increasing number of visitors. Starting from 2013, the Scenographic Park of the ruins was established in Craco, which determined the securing of part of its buildings along a well-defined itinerary. The precarious geological nature of the site makes the hypothesis of a complete recovery of the settlement unthinkable. Towards a valid proposal for conservation and enhancement of the village has been undertaken, whose results made it possible to formulate Guidelines, weighted between the two current antithetical visions: a positive one that considers practicable the recovery, at least partial, of the built environment through new forms of anthropization, and a more cautious one looking to a museum display for tourists.
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|Titolo:||Craco, a Medieval Village. The “re-invention of places” throughout new forms of anthropization and museum display|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.5 Abstract in rivista|