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|Title||The shared-city: cultural heritage as a driver for the re-creation of the urban storytelling; La ciudad compartida: el patrimonio cultural como herramienta para la recreación del relato urbano|
Rivero-Moreno L.D. The shared-city: cultural heritage as a driver for the re-creation of the urban storytelling; La ciudad compartida: el patrimonio cultural como herramienta para la recreación del relato urbano ,Ciudad y Territorio Estudios Territoriales 54 213
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|Abstract||In today’s digital and technological world, urban regeneration may no longer be a physical and architectural process, but simply a superficial staging of new and more attractive images of the city that make it a desired destination. However, representation requires a narrative that contextualizes it and gives it meaning. The cultural heritage sphere offers its spaces for this purpose as platforms for exchange and communication. This article addresses the chances of the city’s inhabitants as responsible for its narration and representation. This multiplies the possibilities for democratic, open and participatory urban planning. Only in this way will urban planning be more creative and sustainable, and its narrative more suitable with the complex reality of the city. © 2022, Ministerio de Fomento. All rights reserved.