Cultural heritage in Italy — a solution for Pompeii
The serious condition of the Italian archaeological and historical heritage is causing growing controversy among intellectuals, bureaucrats, politicians and entrepreneurs. Pompeii is the litmus test of this situation.
There are some institutions, among those provided by Italian Legislative Decree no. 163 of 12 April 2006, containing the code of public contracts, which allow the submission of proposals to contracting authorities in order to obtain the award of concessions related to cultural heritage.
In particular, two procedures could be of interest, i.e. a project financing for the award of works concessions and a project financing for the award of service concessions…
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