Simić, Branislava

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Historical Landscape and Cultural Tourism: Brankovina

Simić, Branislava; Simonović Alfirević, Sanja; Pucar, Mila

(Petrovaradin : Pokrajinski zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture, 2017)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Simić, Branislava
AU  - Simonović Alfirević, Sanja
AU  - Pucar, Mila
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/685
AB  - The Brankovina cultural and historical complex with the immovable cultural property is
a very important cultural centre of Serbia with preserved authentic historical and
material values that is designated as a cultural property of great importance along with
environmental protection. Cultural heritage plays an important role in shaping the
character of a place and historical ambience. Insufficiently developed awareness about
the importance of cultural heritage for the development of this area, as well as a lack of
clearly defined programmes and measures that would ensure a continuous process of
protection, presents a constant threat to the survival of this important heritage.
The specific aim of The General Regulation Plan for the settlement of Brankovina,
developed by authors of this paper during 2013, was to define a program for the
development of this area which should provide spatial, economic and functional
conditions for the future development of the area. Landscape values, available potential
for tourism development and inclusion into tourism offer of Serbia provide an additional
basis for improving specific values of Brankovina. According to the Plan, the new facilities
were planned such as cultural park with a museum, tourist information centre with a
multifunctional space for a contemporary museological narrative, interactive workshops
for children and adults, exhibition space, open-air amphitheatre, ethno-restaurant, small
hotel, bookshop and souvenir gift shop. The main question that this paper is dealing with
is how to plan the new facilities that would be appropriate to the importance of this
cultural and historical area but without environmental consequences? How to create
harmonious relationships between preservation of inherited values and safeguards
authenticity of urban structure and natural areas with cultural tourism so that they could
have positive ecological, economic and social dimensions on the surrounding? How to
make a balance between protection and development at the same time?
PB  - Petrovaradin : Pokrajinski zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture
PB  - Sremski Karlovci : Opština Sremski Karlovci
C3  - Book of Abstracts of the Fourth International Conference "Preservation and Improvement of Historic Towns", Sremski Karlovci
T1  - Historical Landscape and Cultural Tourism: Brankovina
SP  - 25
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Simić, Branislava and Simonović Alfirević, Sanja and Pucar, Mila",
year = "2017",
abstract = "The Brankovina cultural and historical complex with the immovable cultural property is
a very important cultural centre of Serbia with preserved authentic historical and
material values that is designated as a cultural property of great importance along with
environmental protection. Cultural heritage plays an important role in shaping the
character of a place and historical ambience. Insufficiently developed awareness about
the importance of cultural heritage for the development of this area, as well as a lack of
clearly defined programmes and measures that would ensure a continuous process of
protection, presents a constant threat to the survival of this important heritage.
The specific aim of The General Regulation Plan for the settlement of Brankovina,
developed by authors of this paper during 2013, was to define a program for the
development of this area which should provide spatial, economic and functional
conditions for the future development of the area. Landscape values, available potential
for tourism development and inclusion into tourism offer of Serbia provide an additional
basis for improving specific values of Brankovina. According to the Plan, the new facilities
were planned such as cultural park with a museum, tourist information centre with a
multifunctional space for a contemporary museological narrative, interactive workshops
for children and adults, exhibition space, open-air amphitheatre, ethno-restaurant, small
hotel, bookshop and souvenir gift shop. The main question that this paper is dealing with
is how to plan the new facilities that would be appropriate to the importance of this
cultural and historical area but without environmental consequences? How to create
harmonious relationships between preservation of inherited values and safeguards
authenticity of urban structure and natural areas with cultural tourism so that they could
have positive ecological, economic and social dimensions on the surrounding? How to
make a balance between protection and development at the same time?",
publisher = "Petrovaradin : Pokrajinski zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture, Sremski Karlovci : Opština Sremski Karlovci",
journal = "Book of Abstracts of the Fourth International Conference "Preservation and Improvement of Historic Towns", Sremski Karlovci",
title = "Historical Landscape and Cultural Tourism: Brankovina",
pages = "25"
}
Simić, B., Simonović Alfirević, S.,& Pucar, M.. (2017). Historical Landscape and Cultural Tourism: Brankovina. in Book of Abstracts of the Fourth International Conference "Preservation and Improvement of Historic Towns", Sremski Karlovci
Petrovaradin : Pokrajinski zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture., 25.
Simić B, Simonović Alfirević S, Pucar M. Historical Landscape and Cultural Tourism: Brankovina. in Book of Abstracts of the Fourth International Conference "Preservation and Improvement of Historic Towns", Sremski Karlovci. 2017;:25..
Simić, Branislava, Simonović Alfirević, Sanja, Pucar, Mila, "Historical Landscape and Cultural Tourism: Brankovina" in Book of Abstracts of the Fourth International Conference "Preservation and Improvement of Historic Towns", Sremski Karlovci (2017):25.