HISTORIC CENTER OF SAN LUIS POTOSÍ CULTURAL HERITAGE OF HUMANITY: PROPOSAL FOR YOUR CARE AND CONSERVATION FOR THE FUTURE GENERATIONS
Cultural heritage is defined as a product and a process that provides societies with a wealth of resources that are inherited from the past, are created in the present and passed on to future generations for their benefit (UNESCO, s/f).The transmission of this knowledge is important for the development of societies that flourishes but is already part of a past; therefore, the potential, that heritage offers, must be managed in a more appropriate way.
UNESCO has established that in order to preserve the cultural heritage there is a need of awareness and education, which requires the creation of policies and programs to highlight the importance of heritage for education purposes as well as its conveyance.
The goal of this proposal is to be established as a program called "Guardians of the Historic Center". The aims of it are that since an early age people from the city of San Luis Potosí identify and preserve their heritage. As well as, encourage children to learn more about their background and the importance of promoting itamong local people, tourists and visitors.
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