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Intangible Culture of UK - Report

   

Added on  2020-07-23

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Attractions: London is one of the greatest attraction of that includes uniqueintangible culture of UK. Including this, there are various attraction points forvisitors from all over the world such as; USA, UK and so on. However, fortaking advantages of these attractions, millions of foreigner visitors and peoplefrom other people for various purposes are come for acquiring knowledge andentertainment. Natural: In UK, there are different aspects of attractions and entertainmentsincluding landscape, national forests, wildlife and so on. For this purpose,proper travelling and destination facilities are provided to tourists from differentcountries of the world. In accordance to this, conservation and sustainability ofsuch sites are considered for proper taking care of natural resources efficiently.Thus, natural factors are impacted and related with tourism attractions andmanagement of tourism in context of heritage and culture.Constructed:There are several buildings constructed fortourism's attraction in the form of museums, transport, andindustrial heritage for tourists of the globe. Thus, constructedpublic art, sculpture and sport related heritage sites. In orderto this, various attractions and destinations are constructedand protected for taking care and sustaining them effectively.Hence, constructed natural buildings and heritages aremanaged through tourism management and providing servicesto its tourists.Cultural heritage:It is essential to sustain cultural identityevolving national costumes, beliefs, song, dance worldwide.Therefore, heritage and cultural management in tourism sectorimpacts on different prospective and presenting own country'seffective identity. Including this, protection of heritage andnation's unique identity is maintained in this manner.7th Century: Foundation, two-storied buildings and square vihara.9th Century: Four tall sky bearing pillars, temple is vandalised in persecution ofBuddhism.11th Century: Modification of central chapel by Lotsawa.12th Century: Temple falls into disrepair due to strife, creation of Shey-re Lha.13th to 14th century: Modification of upper floors, the Nepali artist Arniko builds thronefor the Jowo image. IntroductionHeritage is considered as property to taking care of and sustaining ancientproperty of the country. It is able to maintaining political, cultural, social history due tohistorical importance worldwide. However, heritage and cultural management in tourismsector is able to maintain and sustain historic things globally.Conflicts of interest:There are varieties of visitors visit London and from othercountries of the world therefore using techniques and technologies according theirinterest remains suitable to reduce conflicts etc. However, impact of new technology isaffected by using virtual reality and software also for organising training for staff andtourists' guides. Hence, tourism services can be provided in accordance to differentcountries' people interest.Development of heritage and cultural industry
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