The focus of this paper is on the cultural heritage of a small city in the Abruzzi region, with the aim to highlight the identity of a merchant town, preserving one of the first evidence in the Abruzzi residential social housing, a 'case study' especially in the field of sustainability. The research is oriented on the knowledge of the architectural evolution of Lanciano (Ch), it was a flourishing commercial site, across an ancient main trade route, connecting Marche, Abruzzi, Puglia and Napoli; this routes have shaped the landscape and developed interwoven networks across the urban settlements.

Decoding a merchant town: photograpy, history and survey

SALUCCI, Antonella
2013-01-01

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The focus of this paper is on the cultural heritage of a small city in the Abruzzi region, with the aim to highlight the identity of a merchant town, preserving one of the first evidence in the Abruzzi residential social housing, a 'case study' especially in the field of sustainability. The research is oriented on the knowledge of the architectural evolution of Lanciano (Ch), it was a flourishing commercial site, across an ancient main trade route, connecting Marche, Abruzzi, Puglia and Napoli; this routes have shaped the landscape and developed interwoven networks across the urban settlements.
Fabbrica della Conoscenza. Collana fondata e diretta da Carmine Gambardella
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