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PORTUS Port-City Relationship and Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

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30

October 2015
Year XV

ISSN 2282-5789

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Let’s walk to Europe

This column aims at discovering harbours from a landscape perspective, which means extending our view beyond the delimited harbour area towards the surrounding landscape of which the harbour is a constitutive part. This time, let us look at … More


PORTUS 30 - October 2015

Inter-Korean maritime flows: beyond the border?

The border between North Korea and South Korea is one of the world’s largest gaps of Human Development Index between neighbor countries as mapped by Didelon et al. (2008). This situation stems from historical legacies, namely the division … More


PORTUS 30 - October 2015

El amor al mar expresado sin palabras

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PORTUS 30 - October 2015

Pique-niquer in Paris

An old tradition renews the relationship existing between Paris and her inhabitants: the social and public use of lawns, gardens, stairways and riverfronts to hold, with extreme nonchalance, the ceremony of picnicking.

 

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PORTUS 30 - October 2015

The Venice Arsenal, from forbidden city to new urban pole

A construction site in constant evolution, a space in constant transformation, since 1300. This is the picture of the Venice Arsenal emerged from the research led by the University Iuav coordinating for the first time the amount of … More


PORTUS 30 - October 2015

Chronia in Sardinia

Chronia travels around the earth between time and space. She jumps from north to south, from east to west, from nowhere to everywhere, searching places, people and cultures on the coasts and bays of this world.


PORTUS 30 - October 2015