The use of interactive and educational tools to understand romanesque Heritage: a case study in Erill La Vall (Lleida)
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This paper analyses the concept of interpretation centres as an effective tool to understand heritage. At the same time, it presents the case study of the Centre del Romànic de la Vall de Boí (CRVB) in Erill la Vall (Lleida). This model has been selected after a previous study taking into consideration qualitative, descriptive and exploratory criteria. The study was carried out in numerous Romanesque art interpretation centres throughout Spain. The results of the analysis show that this case includes those basic aspects established in the investigation in order to become an educational model that seeks as its main objective the proper interpretation of the Romanesque teaching.
Is part ofImago temporis: medium Aevum, 2016, núm. 10, p. 357-379
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