Today the Cultural Heritage’s family is meant as locally widespread and common heritage and includes different kinds of assets together with those that are traditionally taken into account (archeological, architectural, artistic, archival and books) and the immaterial assets (oral traditions, performing arts, social and ritual practices etc.) up to the most complex aspect of the cultural landscape (with reference to the urban landscape and sedimentation of historical buildings, stratification of anthropic activities in the environment and the shaping of rural landscapes etc.).
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