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PORTUS Port-City Relationship and Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

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November 2019
Year XIX

ISSN 2282-5789

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Preservation and reuse of port heritage: America.
Report Introduction | AMERICA

Preservación y reutilización del patrimonio portuario en América

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Introduction | ARGENTINA

El proyecto, la preservacion y la investigacion historica en la Argentina

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01 | Argentina

La construcción ininterrumpida de la ciudad: el hotel-casino en el Puerto de Santa Fe

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02 | Argentina

Rosario in Del Plata Basin and nucleus of the Parana- Paraguay Waterway

Three thirds of the Earth surface is covered by sea water, i.e. oceans and seas. Superficial fresh water accounts for a marginal portion of the estimate. Thus, the care of our rivers should be valued, in particular, the … More


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03 | Argentina

Digital tools for Argentina’s port cultural heritage

In the port organizations of the Republic of Argentina there is historical documentation of great value that needs to be identified for its enhancement and conservation, using the most advanced digital technologies for preservation, organization and consultation. This … More


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Introduction | Brazil

Preservação e reutilização do patrimônio portuário. Experiências Brasileiras.

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02 | Brazil

Estação do Valongo e Armazém 12-A: um exemplo de revitalização de áreas portuárias e afins

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Introduction | Central America

The port heritage in Central America

Port infrastructure in Central America is scarce, and this has an impact on the competitiveness and quality of life of these countries, according to World Bank reports (World Bank, year; year).

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01 | Central America

Customs building of Puntarenas, Costa Rica

In 1814, Spain Crown decreed that the Port of Puntarenas was enabled (Zeledón 2017), with the aim of facilitating the export of agricultural products and the import of textiles and manufacturing that were so needed in the country; … More


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02 | Central America

La Calzada de Amador en Panamá: Un caso sui generis de reconversión del waterfront

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, Introduction | Chile

Introducción

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03 | Chile

Muelle Vergara: Ícono de la transformación urbana en la costa de Viña del Mar

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05 | Chile

Escuchar a la obra como quiere ser hecha. Reciclaje industrial en Puerto Bories

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INTRODUCTION | Colombia

Introduction

Colombia has more than 150 ports on its two coastline divided into 10 port areas: La Guajira, Santa Marta, Ciénaga, Barranquilla, Cartagena, Gulf of Morrosquillo, Urabá and San Andrés; and two in the Pacific: Buenaventura and Tumaco. Those … More


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01 | Colombia

El eje portuario colonial de Cartagena de Indias. Reconversión en la nueva era

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