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HERITAGE AND TERRITORY PROJECT: CASE OF RABAT (MOROCCO)

Bouchra Laamrani () and Mounir Zouiten ()
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Bouchra Laamrani: FSJES - Faculté des Sciences juridiques - UM5 - Université Mohammed V de Rabat [Agdal]
Mounir Zouiten: FSJES - Faculté des Sciences juridiques - UM5 - Université Mohammed V de Rabat [Agdal]

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Abstract: To counterbalance the stakes of globalization and generalized competition, territories are compelled to build and manage their territorial attractiveness which is, often, driven by a comparative or even a differentiating advantage. Aware of these issues, the actors of the city of Rabat have undertaken territorialized actions. Indeed, the built fabric of this city is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. In addition, the city has adopted an integrated urban development program. This article aims to examine the reconciliation between the heritage status of the city and the urban projects undertaken within the framework of this program. The analysis is based on a documentary study.

Keywords: actors; cultural heritage; Rabat; urban project (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021-09-21
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Published in Journal of Social Sciences, 2021

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