At altitudes above 1,500 meters a.s.l., on the Ligurian Alps, there are very special structures linked to the life of pasture. These are selle (or "sèle") intended for storage of cheeses and dairy products, during the months of summer pasture, giàss that is seasonal shelters of the herdsmen, "caselle", small temporary shelters for shepherds and herdsmen, "balme" that is shelters made under large erratic rocks. In unique environmental contexts, away from the main tourist and economic paths, these buildings enjoy the long life of their use so that often came up to us in good condition maintenance but serving the fragility of no monumental buildings hardly recognized as heritage of the community and therefore more easily subject to change. The paper proposes some thoughts on the protection of this heritage that has not only a significant historical, constructive and ethnoanthropological but also evocative and explicative compared to territory and its use through time.
|Titolo:||Costruzioni e paesaggi d'alpeggio delle Alpi liguri: conoscenza per una tutela possibile|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 - Articolo su rivista|