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Conservation of traditional architecture

Conservation of traditional architecture

  • Traditional settlements present and future
  • Ruins: memories made of stone
Stone craftmanship: cultural routes

Stone craftmanship: cultural routes

  • Core areas
  • Local routes (1 + 2)
  • Supralocal routes
Center of traditional architecture

Center of traditional architecture

  • Buildings’ infrastructure
  • Project development plan Center of traditional architecture
  • Sponsorship Proposal File



Stone in the Fine Arts & Literature

Stone in the Fine Arts & Literature

  • Sculpture
  • Painting
  • Literature

Digital Center of Traditional Architecture

The lagadian stone craftmanship and its characteristics

Places and works

The masters of traditional architecture

Archival material

Funded projects

MONUMENT PROTECTION

CULTURAL NETWORKS OF THE STONE CRAFTMANSHIP

CENTER OF TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE

FESTIVITIES OF THE STONES



 

 

FESTIVITIES 2017-2019

FESTIVITIES 2017-2019

“Festivities of the Stones” is a unique concept project, designed and developed by Blossoming Stones, a local citizen movement, based in Lagadia, Arcadia-Greece. It includes a broad array of cultural initiatives, centered upon the regeneration of local traditional stonemasonry and the preservation of local cultural heritage. Activities ran from 2017 to 2019, culminating each summer in a two weeks’ event, engaging the local community, expatriates, and friends sharing its aims and aspirations.

FESTIVITIES OF THE STONES

 

Intangible Cultural Heritage

Intangible Cultural Heritage

The Lagadia art of stone included in the National Intangible Cultural Heritage Inventory as a result of Blossoming Stones systematic efforts!

The National Inventory is the inscription of elements of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Greece in the form of an index. It aspires to be a valid and up-to-date picture of the intangible cultural heritage of Greece. According to Article 12 of the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage, each member state of the Convention must create one or more inventories of intangible cultural heritage. The cultivation of mastic, the Tinian marble craftsmanship, the art of dry stone walling, the Psaltic art, the art of shadow play (Karagiozis), the Rebetiko songs, etc.

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Blossoming Stones

newlogo23Non-profit Citizens’ Association
“Friends of Traditional Architecture” -
Blossoming Stones»
Address:
28is Oktovriou Street 55
Athens, Nea Penteli, 15236

 

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