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Eastern Mediterranean University (2018)

An Empirical Assessment of Challenges and Prospects of Architectural Heritage Reuse for Tourism : The Case of Old Town/Famagusat/TRNC

Dehkordi, Seyedeh Nakisa Izadi

Titre : An Empirical Assessment of Challenges and Prospects of Architectural Heritage Reuse for Tourism : The Case of Old Town/Famagusat/TRNC

Auteur : Dehkordi, Seyedeh Nakisa Izadi

Université de soutenance : Eastern Mediterranean University

Grade : Master of Science in Tourism Managemen 2018

Résumé
Architecture is one of the main pillars to the role of attracting tourist to a destination , architecture in its modern or ancient periods both structures are able to attract millions of tourist from across the globe and this will help boost social and economical feature of the destination. The aim of this study is to maintain and create awareness of the architectural attraction and how to preserve them for the next generations and promoting the importance of preserving the architectural site with the help of the community, by the help of the community we can reach original identity of the site (Chen, 2011). The researcher would to like to propose a recreational structure to the old city in Famagusta, North Cyprus how it can have a positive impact on many economical factors , a qualitative data analysis will be used to gather information and come up with a result for this research. Architects need to make buildings that are sustainable and adaptable to the environment and the surroundings, and having in mind the environmental factors that are in risk when building on a fragile land, water, pollution, energy efficiency, reducing waste and improving people’s productivity that’s why a sustainable plan for buildings is a crucial element to strongly consider

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