Tutela e Restauri Italiani nell'Isola di Rodi (1912-1945)

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Abstract

In 1912, with the Italian occupation of the island of Rhodes and the nearby islands of the Aegean Sea, he began a period of study and restoration work that has contributed in a significant way, to the preservation of the vast archaeological heritage, first of all Greek and Roman architecture and medieval and Early Renaissance, made by the Knights of Rhodes or St. John, Knights of Malta today. Among the many protagonists who have distinguished themselves in action for the protection and restoration, they emerge the engineer Pietro Loiacono, Che in the studio, among other things, also the remains of medieval architecture during your stay in Rhodes, between the 1932 and 1935. Thanks to the work of Pietro Loiacono if today the cultural heritage of Rhodes is preserved, enjoyed and appreciated, for our generation but for the generations that will follow us.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationAgathòn 2016, Collana di Architettura, Arte e Design, Series of Architecture, Art and Design
Pages3-12
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Scaduto, R. (2016). Tutela e Restauri Italiani nell'Isola di Rodi (1912-1945). In Agathòn 2016, Collana di Architettura, Arte e Design, Series of Architecture, Art and Design (pp. 3-12)