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Oaxaca Vernacular Settlements: Families-based Regional BioCultural Identity and the Shared Spaces

Title: Oaxaca Vernacular Settlements: Families-based Regional BioCultural Identity and the Shared Spaces Theme: Architectural Heritage and Interpretation of Cultural Practices Ms. Nohema-Cassandra Ruíz Gómez (Mexico City, Mexico) M.Sc Student in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions (SAHC) at Minho University, Portugal HeritageForAll International Internship Program 2021 “Musealization of CulturalContinue reading “Oaxaca Vernacular Settlements: Families-based Regional BioCultural Identity and the Shared Spaces”

Questionnaire for Visitors – Heritage Branding of Civita di Bagnoregio
If you visit or visited Civita di Bagnoregio before or after the Covid-19 Lockdown, please fill in the questionnaire of my research .. Questionnaire Link: (here)
N.B. If you know someone who visits Civita di Bagnoregio, please share the questionnaire with him or her. Also, may you support the research sharing and/or post the questionnaire on a website and social media channels of your organization, university, or NGO?
Mohamed Amer (PhD Candidate in Heritage Marketing and Sustainable Cultural Tourism, Roma Tre University)

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