The proposed research examines how EU policy is facilitating the construction of smart cities that are confronted with a cultural heritage to be protected, as is already happening in some urban realities of the Euro-Mediterranean band. We will proceed by making comparisons between the strategies adopted, through the identification of the most common civic practices and of the virtual infrastructure used. This article will bring to light how the virtual city descends into the historic one, how these two realities complement each other and when the virtual city makes use of that historical and material one.
|Numero di pagine||10|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|