Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the City of Venice and Lagoon
From the July 11, 2016 is activated the new Superintendent of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the City of Venice and Lagoon that manages the practices related to the archaeological, historical, artistic, architectural and landscape related to the territories of Campagna Lupia, Cavallino, Chioggia, Codevigo, Jesolo, Mira, Musile di Piave, Quarto d’Altino, Venice.
The Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the City of Venice and Lagoon is a peripheral organ of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism whose main action is the protection of goods of historic and architectural interest. It manages all the phases of the recovery of goods in minute detail in order to promote and preserve the artistic and landscape heritage of particular interest.
Following the signing of the Act of Understanding in 2007, The Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the City of Venice and Lagoon became a member of the “Steering Committee” of the UNESCO Site “Venice and its Lagoon”. The Committee holds the following Institutional powers regarding the protection, enhancement and management of the Site’s assets: preservation and protection by controlling building construction activities and territory management (maintenance and restoration of protected buildings – Restrictions – environmental and landscape modifications, examination of P.R.G.). Also protects and enhances the archaeological heritage (both movable and immovable, terrestrial and underwater) of the Veneto Region through its control of the project in the public interest and private activities, the management of the national archaeological museums and archaeological areas.
The projects of the Management Plan involving the Superintendence of Fine Arts and Landscape for Venice and Lagoon
- St. Mark’s Area Project
- Conservazione delle Procuratie Nuove a Venezia Restoration, functional efurbishment a extension of the Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice
- Jesuit Church of St. Mary, Venice
- Practical Notebooks for the active protection of Venice
- Evaluation of wear and tear processes and critical issues in the city of Venice and its lagoon due to mass tourism
- Marghera Fort Project
- SLS Underwater lagoon sites Plan of environmental restrictions and management
- Enhancement of the archaeological area of Altino
- Park and archaelogical museum in the “Le Mura” area
- Setting up of an archaeological and ethnographic museum in Lova – building of former elementary school
- Excavations in the church of Lugo
- Virtual Altino: from remote sensing to 3D reconstruction
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