THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TOURISM AND THE HISTORICAL-MILITARY HERITAGE: PRESERVATION AND PROMOTION OF THE PAINTINGS OF THE MILITARY MUSEUM OF LISBON
Nowadays, the intersection of tourism and cultural heritage takes a central role in the creation of new products, in the promotion of new experiences and in attracting new audiences. As a segment of cultural heritage, historical-military heritage is no exception. This dependent relationship between these two sectors can be seen as an opportunity both for the preservation of heritage assets, of a historical and military nature, as well as for their dissemination and promotion.
The extensive portuguese historical-military heritage, material and immaterial, assumes itself as a testimony to our history and identity, which must be preserved for future memory.
The present work highlights the importance of this enlace between historical-military heritage and tourism through the study and intervention of conservation and restoration of four paintings of the Military Museum of Lisbon, developed in the Conservation and Restoration Laboratory of the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, with the support of the Portuguese Military Tourism Association. In this sense, this study aims to present this multidisciplinary relationship as a contribution to the promotion, safeguarding and communication of this heritage in touristic context.
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