(ANSA) – ROME, June 28 – The conservative restoration, consolidation and enhancement of the Aurelian and Servian Walls, the Ara Coeli insula and the Claudius aqueduct, among others; the redevelopment of the public spaces of the former Testaccio slaughterhouse; ; the protection and restoration of the archaeological areas of Gabii and Crustumerium; the enhancement of large archaeological sites with digital technology. These are just some of the 335 interventions on 283 archaeological / cultural sites in Rome and Lazio, for the Caput Mundi project, for which a total of 500 million have been allocated (equal to 22% of the total funds for tourism Pnrr). A plan of concrete actions that aims to “enhance, preserve, and promote for citizens and tourists arriving from all over the world both the best known areas and the sites yet to be discovered but equally beautiful in the area, in view of important events, starting from the Jubilee of 2025 “explains the Minister of Tourism Massimo Garavaglia illustrating the project in the Campidoglio in Rome together with the Extraordinary Commissioner for the Jubilee and Mayor of Rome Roberto Gualtieri. It is an operation “of very great proportions, dedicated to our artistic, cultural and naturalistic heritage – adds the mayor – to make it usable by all”. The project is to be carried out by various implementing bodies (Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Culture, with the involvement of the various Superintendencies, Colosseum Archaeological Park, Appia Antica Archaeological Park, Diocese of Rome, Lazio Region and Rome Capital), according to six lines of intervention: the “Cultural Heritage of Rome for EU-Next Generation”, with the regeneration and restoration of the cultural and urban heritage of the city of Rome (52 interventions); Jubilee Paths 2025 – from Pagan Rome to Christian Rome (149 interventions); # LaCittàCondivisa, to redevelop the urban and extra-urban context (61 interventions) #Mitingodiverde, for parks, historic gardens, villas and fountains (55 interventions); #Amanotesa, to favor the cultural offer in the suburbs and social integration (4 interventions); #Rome 4.0, for the digitization of cultural services and the development of sites and apps for tourists (14 interventions). (HANDLE).
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