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A Study on the Strategies for Conservation and Organic Renewal of Historical and Cultural Districts

Jing Xie

Abstract


 In order to protect historical and cultural blocks, and improve the effectiveness and comprehensiveness of the theory on the protection and renewal of historical and cultural blocks, this article analyzes and reviews relevant literatures on the development of the theory and practice of the protection and renewal of historical and cultural blocks at home and abroad. It discusses the four aspects of the protection and renewal of historical and cultural blocks at home and abroad, namely the definition of renewal concept, stage division, research focus and practice mode. So as to put forward the research strategy and suggestions for the protection and renewal planning of historical and cultural blocks in our country.


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Historical and Cultural Districts;Organic Renewal;Urban Planning;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/utc.v7i2.110

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