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Alessandro Martinotti

Italian from Pavia, archaeologist graduated in Cultural Heritage Studies with a postgraduate in Archaeology at the University of Pisa. He worked seasonally in Peru for 9 months, during three archaeological mission of the Nasca Project, an italian-peruvian research initiative. With a First Level Specializing Master in World Heritage and Cultural Project for Development, organized by the ITC-ILO and the University of Turin, he is currently undertaking an internship within the Program of Rural Territorial Development with Cultural Identity (RTD-CI), of Rimisp – Latin American Centre for Rural Development, collaborating with the Capacity Building component and the projects developed in Chile, where he currently lives.

  • Archeology, tourism and development, a comparative view: the cases of Nazca and Magdalena of Cao

    Submitted by ALESSANDRO MARTINOTTI on 10/02/2016 on TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT WITH CULTURAL IDENTITY

    Considered as a pull for economic growth and the construction of more tolerant and inclusive societies, tourism is a sector that has grown constantly in the last decades, generating at global level in 2014, 1.5 trillion of dollars. In Peru, between 2002 and 2011, it has seen grown the number of tourists a 9% every year, which in 2013 were over 3 millions , mainly attracted by their archaeological, historical and natural attractions.

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  • Heritage in movement: the cultural diversity in the development processes

    Submitted by ALESSANDRO MARTINOTTI on 08/01/2016 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY

    Long ago the debates about the unchained processes for the globalization are focused in the exponential growing of the interchange of ideas, goods and services, due to – by one side – the extensive use of the mass media and – by the other side – the growing of the tourism activity at global level and the arising of new destinations, located mostly in countries in ways of development.

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