Access to large outdoor expositions of architectural relicts

Marcin Wikłacz

Abstrakt

Tourist traffic today constitutes the basis and condition for the functioning of parks and archaeological reserves. The employed forms of presentation, widely understood accessibility, as well as various conveniences for visitors, to a major extent determine the attractiveness of such places, and, consequently, the possibilities of acquiring financial means, both for the future research and for the current conservation of exhibited buildings. The article presents methods of making the large-scale exhibitions of architectural monuments available for the public, on the example of chosen archaeological sites in Austria and Italy.

Słowa kluczowe: access, archaeology, archaeological park, tourism, exhibition
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