Réhabilitation, gestion et mise en valeur touristique de l'enceinte urbaine d'Ibiza (Espagne)

The earliest restoration work carried out the Ibiza city wall, under the terms of an overall restoration plan, saved some of the most important elements of this ensemble, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999. The objectives of the restoration plan were to document, preserve and rehabilitate the Renaissance vestiges. The first steps involved the rehabilitation of the bunkers and the interior spaces of the bastions, the reinforcement of the wall's parapets, all respecting the different types to be found, and the restoration of two Renaissance gates. At the Portal Nou, the nineteenth-century rendering was removed to reveal the original surfaces and the dimensions of the Renaissance arch designed by J. B. Calvi in 1554.

  • Article- Digital
  • Fernando Cobos Guerra
  • 2011
  • French
  • In: In Situ - Revue des patrimoines. Le Patrimoine militaire et la question urbaine. nº 16, 2011; 19 p.; il.color
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