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Open Access item Geomonumental routes: the granitic bridges over the Guadarrama river (Madrid, Spain) and the calcarenitic coastal towers from the Salento (Italy)

Authors:Álvarez de Buergo, Mónica
Masini, N.
Pérez-Monserrat, Elena M.
Calia, A.
Varas, María José
Quarta, G.
Fort González, Rafael
Giannotta, M. T.
Vázquez Calvo, M.ª Carmen
Danese, M.
Sileo, M.
Keywords:Geomonumental routes, Granite, Calcarenite, Bridge, Tower, Cultural heritage, Dissemination
Issue Date:Sep-2008
Publisher:Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
Citation:Congress Proceedings, Vol. II: 1153-1161
Abstract:This paper focuses on the new concept of GeoMonumental Routes, which mainly consists of the dissemination of architectural heritage with the added value of geology. Geology, so far, has not been considered in all its aspects in architectural heritage: i.e. geography, geomorphology, quarries provenance, building stones, and their relationship with historical and architectural aspects, constructive techniques and technological developments, as well as the connection of heritage structures to the settlement of historical routes. For this purpose, two scientific teams have gathered to develop two of this kind of routes following a common methodology, based on different geographical context, geological settlement, history, structure tipology and building stones.
Description:8 pages, 7 figures.-- Published in: Proceedings of the 11th International Congress on Deterioration and Conservation of Stone (Torun Poland, 15-20 September 2008), eds. Jadwiga W. Lukaszewicz and Piotr Niemcewicz.-- Presentation in PDF format available at: https://digital.csic.es/handle/10261/7648.
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