“Conservation, Management and Tourist Use of Pre-Industrial Heritage. Identification of Spanish Experiences from a Territorial Analysis”
Carlos J. Pardo Abad, Joaquín Martínez Pino

Spain's pre-industrial heritage is of high cultural value as a manifestation of the traditional forms of production in buildings with unique features and as an expression of the identity of many territories. This heritage, increasingly valued as a result of the growing interest in heritage in general and production-related heritage in particular, offers great opportunities as a tourism resource. This legacy has been taken as the basis for opening new museums and interpretation centres, becoming one of today's points of reference for places of old artisan or manufacturing traditions and a local management model that promotes conservation and promotion in line with the indispensable principles of environmental sustainability.

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