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Title: Cultural regeneration through urban spaces and places
Keywords: Culture
Urban renewal -- Malta
City planning -- Malta
Issue Date: 2016-10
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Duca, E. (ed.) (2016). Cultural regeneration through urban spaces and places. THINK Magazine, 17, 63-65.
Abstract: The effects of a European Capital of Culture are felt through both the cultural activities that take place and through the interactions people have with each other as well as the space around them in their everyday lives. The Valletta 2018 Foundation has been working tirelessly on several projects preparing Valletta for its title as European Capital of Culture in Malta in 2018. More so, it is researching how these projects are changing the lives of people. These interactions between communities and their surrounding space are key issues being investigated by the Valletta 2018 Evaluation & Monitoring research process. This is a five-year research study examining the impacts of the European Capital of Culture on Malta’s society and economy.
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Think Magazine, Issue 17
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