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  1. This article presents the virtual restoration of the Nine Eyes Watchtower, a significant cultural heritage site along the Great Wall. By applying the Seville Charter and digital technology, a detailed virtual ...

    Authors: Zongfei Li, Junshan Liu, Youqiang Dong, Miaole Hou and Xiaofen Wang
    Citation: Built Heritage 2024 8:22
  2. Since the onset of conflict in Syria in 2011, several heritage sites have suffered partial or complete destruction. The ancient city of Palmyra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980, was placed on the List ...

    Authors: Rida Dieb, Ataa Alsalloum and Nicholas Webb
    Citation: Built Heritage 2024 8:18
  3. Authors: Ye Fahmi Assagaf, Angela Meike Kawer, Rezky Amalia Putri and Dwi Nurul Ilmih Ahkam
    Citation: Built Heritage 2024 8:16
  4. The urban heritage regeneration strategy through walkability is widely accepted. However, in the context of a developing country, the tools to measure walkability, which are crucial for urban planning and deve...

    Authors: Niramon Serisakul, Adisak Guntamueanglee, Thanaporn Ovatvoravarunyou, Munchuchada Dechakaneewong and Preechaya Navaraj
    Citation: Built Heritage 2024 8:15
  5. Social media is commonly used by governments to disseminate information related to transparency and institutional promotion, but its potential for the dissemination of cultural resources is often overlooked. T...

    Authors: Pierre Vidaurre-Rojas, Seidy Janice Vela-Reátegui, Lloy Pinedo, Miguel Valles-Coral, Jorge Raul Navarro-Cabrera, Very Rengifo-Hidalgo, Teresa del Pilar López-Sánchez, José Seijas-Díaz, Ángel Cárdenas-García and Rosa Elena Cueto-Orbe
    Citation: Built Heritage 2024 8:12
  6. The cultural heritage inventory is an alternate tool to document historic buildings to establish a protected enlistment process. Recognising the importance of inventories for developing knowledge of historical...

    Authors: Tania Ali Soomro
    Citation: Built Heritage 2024 8:3
  7. The political significance of modernist heritage architecture continues to be an unsolved question, particularly its identification and conservation. In Spain, the chronology of modernism stretches through the...

    Authors: Plácido González Martínez
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:28
  8. In China, the northeastern region has preserved many valuable modern built heritage buildings, which are undergoing difficult exploratory protection during the industrial and urbanisation process. Taking Dalia...

    Authors: Hongchi Zhang, Fenglin Wang, Fei Guo, Jun Cai and Jing Dong
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:25
  9. The Daming Temple, built during 457–464 C.E., is one of the developing ancient temple heritage spaces located in Yangzhou city, P. R. China. Over the past 60 years, variation in visitors’ spatial perception al...

    Authors: Kai Zhou, Wenting Wu, Tianjie Li and Xiaoling Dai
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:24
  10. The port of Callao is important for its varied historical and archaeological heritage, which includes several military buildings that were the main actors and witnesses of the colonial era of Peru (from the 16...

    Authors: Diego Javier Celis Estrada, Francisco Felipe Quiroz Chueca and Ruth Aracelis Manzanares Grados
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:22
  11. Several factors overlap in making urban heritage conservation vulnerable in terms of long-term sustainability. The purpose of this study is to offer insights into the dynamic role that heritage governance play...

    Authors: Yasmine Tira and Handan Türkoğlu
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:16
  12. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted global mobility. ‘Lockdowns’ and travel bans have been used as control measures by international governments. Consequently, the ways that we use buildings have a...

    Authors: Cut Dewi, Matthew Rofe, Julie Nichols and Izziah Izziah
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:11
  13. After a century of development, China's petroleum industry has introduced numerous and various petroleum industrial heritage elements, which collectively embody the value and significance of China's petroleum ...

    Authors: Zhimin Sun
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:10
  14. Characterising and sourcing natural stones are essential for not only understanding the historical information carried by heritage buildings and cultural heritage sites, but also providing necessary data for r...

    Authors: Xiuwei Guo, Yawen Zhang, Xuemin Xu and Shibing Dai
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:9
  15. The historic centre of Algiers (Casbah) presents a state of severe decay. Laws and legislative measures have been promulgated in the past three decades to provide an adequate framework for the conservation of the...

    Authors: Farah Hadji, Zaki Aslan, Quenza Bougherira and Emad Mushtaha
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:8
  16. Despite 30 years of discussion, adaptation work is not routinely being carried out at heritage sites to minimise future impacts of climate change, particularly increased flooding risks. To understand barriers ...

    Authors: Kelly Anderson
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:7
  17. The tensions and threats in historic urban landscapes brought about by heritage tourism are still regional, global, general, and dynamic issues. For Kulangsu, there is an obvious problem in the connection betw...

    Authors: Long Zhao, Yuan Li, Na Zhang and Zhenxin Zhang
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:6
  18. This paper examines several aspects of the attempt at rehabilitating Aleppo and the data available about the city prior to the start of the Syrian conflict in 2011. It discusses documentation, rehabilitation a...

    Authors: Zeido Zeido
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:3
  19. Resilience has become an increasingly important concept in the cultural heritage field, particularly in the aftermath of the unprecedented challenges the COVID-19 global pandemic brought. However, on a concept...

    Authors: Zachary M. Jones and Théodora Pappas
    Citation: Built Heritage 2023 7:2

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Guest Editor: Christina Malathouni, School of Architecture, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

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