Protection of the Waterfront of Saida: Travel Industry and Culture-driven Revitalization

Keywords: Urban design; waterfronts; Tourism and culture-led revitalization, Saida


Rejuvenation was displayed as a strategy for how to change over life-continuing condition with regards to conservation and advancement concerning social estimation of verifiable structures and the need to safeguard the structural legacy of chronicled and social esteem is getting increasingly noteworthy. This paper is a model for the Tourism and Culture-driven Revitalization in significant areas which influences extraordinary to accentuate on rejuvenating the waterfront of Saida. To renew significant Babalis, D. (2017). areas, countries are endeavoring to pull in new exercises; a key new action has been the travel industry and associated culture exercises. Procedures for the travel industry and culture-drove rejuvenation have supported the exploitation of the zone's memorable heritage for vacationer advancement. Saida has been a major touristic city however it lost its territorial significance due to the absence of touristic and engaging facilities. Hence, to empower the travel industry in Saida and to completely abuse the ocean which is the most critical component in the city, we recommend that there must be another structure complex to fulfill the above requirements by influencing another sea entryway and a 5 stars Hotel so as to initiate the urban tourism. In addition, it reveals insight into the frail purposes of the Lebanese neighborhood the travel industry and it proposes once again answer for build up the authority conservative administrative salary. It builds up a methodology based on a particular site examination taking a shot at the proposed urban tissue of Saida.


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Huriye Gürdallı, Near East University, Faculty of Architecture, Nicosia, Northern Cyprus

Near East University, Faculty of Architecture, Nicosia, Northern Cyprus


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Yassin, A., & Gürdallı, H. (2019). Protection of the Waterfront of Saida: Travel Industry and Culture-driven Revitalization. Amazonia Investiga, 8(23), 875-889. Retrieved from
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