European and Global Perspectives on Sacred Landscape


  • Fiorella Dallari University of Bologna
  • Filippo Pistocchi University of Bologna
  • Gloria Pungetti Universities of Sassari and Cambridge



Sacred Landscape, Via Francigena, Religious Heritage, Sustainability, Council of Europe, UNESCO, ICOMOS


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Pungetti, G., Oviedo, G., & Hooke, D. (eds.), 2012. Sacred species and sites: Advances in biocultural conservation. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

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Urry, J. 1990. The Tourist Gaze. London: Sage.

Vershuuren, B, Wild, R., Mc Neely, J.A. and Oviedo, G. (eds.), 2010. Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving nature and culture. Earthscan: London.




How to Cite

Dallari, F., Pistocchi, F., & Pungetti, G. (2018). European and Global Perspectives on Sacred Landscape. Almatourism - Journal of Tourism, Culture and Territorial Development, 9(8), 252–256.