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The greek landscape: from an ethno-anthropological reading (recognition) to the cultural management
Dr Andromachi Εconomou, Senior Researcher, Hellenic Folklore Research Center, Academy of Athens

The aim of the present sort article is to mention the importance of studying and interpreting the mechanisms of production, reproduction and perceiving of the landscape from an ethnological/anthropological point of view. This is an obligate presupposition for the intervention and the management of landscape. We use as an example the “aegean, cycladic landscape” the most typical and well known landscape of Greece in the world.

mahioiko@academyofathens.gr

25/01/2013
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Abandoned rural complex (threshing floor, oven, cells) outside the IM Archangels Serifos. The productive side of the monastic community.
The landscape of a chapel is for its users a place of tracing traditions (legends), narratives and life stories that become alive on the day of the festival (Here Saint John the Baptist in Sklavogianni, Serifos.
he mining landscape in Mega Livadi, Serifos.
The palimpsest landscape: old tenement houses and mining facilities, today's resort.
Typical Cycladic rural landscape: its multiple readings.