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PORTUS Port-City Relationship and Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

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May 2019
Year XIX

ISSN 2282-5789

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Preservation and reuse of port heritage. Europe
01 Introduction | Europe

A special issue of PORTUS Report Preservation and reuse of port heritage First part: Europe

In many of the seminars of RETE and in different workshops and congress hold the last years, the theme of the preservation of port heritage appears very frequently. It is a subject of study and of permanent interest … More


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02 | Eastern Mediterranean

Heritage and ports in eastern Mediterranean coastal cities

This article is an introduction to the heritage topic in the Eastern Mediterranean ports. It is an opportunity for a general reflection to overview the main topics and circumstances that are converging on these ports and especially the … More


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03 | Eastern Mediterranean

Port Said, as paradigm of potentials for recovering Port heritages alongside Suez Canal

The relation between ports and cities has been studied from so many perspectives and going through a lot of phases i.e., discovery, interdependency, and spatial and strategic separation, this was due to the fact that the role of … More


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, 04 | Eastern Mediterranean

Port heritages and cities in Turkish coastlines

The location of coastal settlements had been advantageous for the transferring of goods from one place to another throughout the history. The interaction between different cultures and growing trade as well as the improvements in transportation technology and … More


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06 | France

Bordeaux: les quais

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05 Introduction | France

Reconversion d’espaces portuaires en France

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07 | France

Marseille: Euroméditerranée

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08 Introduction | Germany

Preservation and Reuse of the Port Heritage in Germany

German ports such as Hamburg, Bremen, Lübeck, Kiel and Rostock have a long history, which is reflected in maritime traditions, heritage and many historic buildings. The later newly established seaward upstream ports such as Wilhelmshaven, Bremerhaven and Cuxhaven … More


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09 | Germany

Hamburg: careful und flexible conversion of cultural heritage. The Warehouse District

In the context of the worldwide reconstruction of fallow harbor and shoreline zones, special types of buildings have gained new meaning: storage complexes. In all seaport cities such buildings exist in different typologies and are located close to … More


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10 | Germany

Between industrial wasteland and touristic destination. The handling of old harbors on the example of Bremerhaven

Harbors like all other human constructions are subject of constant renovation. The pressure laid on them is remarkable high as it is for the most infrastructural building. Especially in times of ongoing globalization harbors have a key role, … More


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11 | Germany

Maritime Heritage Beyond Preservation. The Golden City Bar at Bremen

When thinking about maritime heritage, it is often about those obvious symbols, artefacts and behaviours we can perceive directly on the surface: The specialised architecture of sheds and storehouses, the nostalgic silhouettes of ships and cranes, folkloristic festivities … More


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12 Introduction | Italy

Il patrimonio portuale in Italy

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13 | Italy

Venezia e la duplice eredità portuale

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15 | Italy

Genova: la riqualificazione dell’antico porto

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14 | Italy

Il Polo Museale del Porto Vecchio di Trieste: origini e restauro

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16 Introduction | Poland

Transformation of Polish waterfronts. Issues in heritage preservation

Poland is a country with a rich maritime heritage, although – due to the fact that for centuries many of the seaside cities that are part of contemporary Polish port system were under foreign rule – there is … More


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17 | Poland

Reshaping the old harbor in Gdansk. New roles for the urban and architectural heritage

Gdańsk is the city of a thousand years of rich history. Since the medieval times until the beginning of XIXth century it was recognized as the largest Polish city and one of the major centers of trade in … More


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, 18 | Poland

The preservation and reuse of the Szczecin Port heritage

Since the Middle Ages, the city of Szczecin has been one of the most important and largest seaports at the Baltic Sea. In 1283, between the left bank, more developed part of the city and its right bank … More


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19 | Poland

Maritime heritage of small port towns of the Polish coast

The small port towns of the Polish coast are picturesque sites the landscape of which has been shaped as a result of natural conditions (coastal location), and long historical marine heritage based on the transhipment and fishery. Over … More


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20 | Poland

Various cases of preservation and adaptive reuse Heritage Buildings in the Port of Gdynia

The decision in building an entirely new port facility of national priority, what was known back then “Poland’s gateway to the world,” was made shortly after regaining independence at the end of World War I in 1918. The … More


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