The role of cultural route planning in cultural heritage conservation the case of central Lycia

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2011
Karataş, Esra
The main subject of the thesis is planning “cultural routes” as a method for conservation of cultural and natural heritage areas at regional scale. Defining a framework of conceptual principles which should be considered in spatial planning of cultural routes and regional networks constitutes the major aim of the thesis. Within the scope of the study, a new developing concept recently, cultural routes are discussed as a tool for sustaining historic and local values of rural and archaeological landscapes.In this respect, the study is structured in two main parts. Firstly, conceptual background on the issue is discussed as the development of cultural route concept, definitions declared by international organizations working on the issue and principles of route planning. Secondly, based on the conceptual research, basic concepts and principles for route planning process is discussed through a case study.The case study for the thesis is selected as the Kaş- Kekova region in Antalya, known as the Central Lycia in antiquity. Depending on the assessment of region’s cultural landscape, the study is resulted by description of a spatial and conceptual framework for planning of a cultural route network in the region.Through areas rich in cultural and natural heritage, planning routes and networks at regional scale could be used as an effective tool for presenting and sustaining multivalent character of the place, and leading economic sectors which have effect on heritage.

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E. Karataş, “The role of cultural route planning in cultural heritage conservation the case of central Lycia,” M.Arch. - Master of Architecture, Middle East Technical University, 2011.