I get da Gigio Zanon this interesting study.
Venice and its Lagoon, thanks to the efforts of UNESCO Director RenÃ© Maheu and to Eng. Roberto Frassetto - d 'Gold Medal for V.M. della Maarina â€“ fu la prima ad essere dichiarata tale giÃ nel 1968, immediately after "the water granda" the 1966.
Now it is found from the site of National geographic as follows.
After almost forty years of existence of the denomination, it was considered appropriate to perform an inspection to assess the ways in which they are administered. The idea was the National Geographic Traveler magazine, who has joined the National Geographic Center for Sustainable Destinations and the George Washington University to appoint a committee of four hundred and nineteen experts who have been asked to draw up a list that included the 94 most important sites deemed.
Foremost, which site better managed and better preserved, are the beautiful fjords of Western Norway. At the second and third, si sono classificati dei siti piÃ¹ vicini per natura a una cittÃ come Venezia: respectively VÃ©zelay in France and Granada in Spain. VÃ©zelay is two hours from Paris in Burgundy, strong tourist region, and the Venetians who would like a sublagunare metro will be interested to know that the slogan of the region proclaims: "Blessed are the lenses, for theirs is the Burgundy ". To Venice, instead, sembra che si cerchi in tutti i modi la velocitÃ .
On ninety-four sites examined and evaluated for conservation and land management, Venice was fourth. Worse than her just the Galapagos Islands, Portobello ( Panama) and the valley of Kathmandu (Nepal).
The ranking is on a scale from 1 a 100, accompanied by the comments of the experts, submitted by them in an anonymous way. No site has achieved a score above 90 and no less than 20.
Italia Nostra ritiene molto grave il fatto che alla cittÃ di Venezia sia andato un punteggio tra i piÃ¹ bassi: only 46. Here's how the scores should be interpreted:
0-25: Catastrophic. All very negative criteria.
26-45: In grave difficoltÃ .
46-65: In moderata difficoltÃ : all the criteria or medium-negative or mixture of negative and positive.
66-85: DifficoltÃ non importanti.
86-95: authentic, not damaged and likely to remain so.
96-100: Excellent in all respects.
Note that for a single point Venezia has avoided being included in the group of more seriously ill.
The most important causes of concern for experts (as for years to Italian Nostra and many Venetians) sono il sovraffollamento dovuto alla cattiva gestione dei flussi turistici e la generale impressione che la cittÃ non abbia piÃ¹ una sua vita specifica, linked with a local flavor, but it has become just a large container for passing visitors.
"Almost we regret there came,"Get to write one of the authors of judgment, "Because our presence increases the crowding and makes us complicit in the progressive deterioration we are seeing." "There is not a" real "life of the inhabitants," keep on. For another, Venice is "a beautiful gem that is disappearing, who became only the museum itself. "" No one lives there except for the tourists. "complains another. "The visit, writes yet another, It is limited to calluses, churches and canals. "Only in the early morning one commentator has found a bit 'of real local life, before tourists come out from hotels or worse from buses and lancioni gran turismo.
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What if not incapable thank these directors for over 30 years pretending to amministrarci? They squandered thousands of billions and then get the results above!
Hanno costruito un ponte di regime assolutamente inutile e deleterio per lâ€™economia di una parte della cittÃ . They built a train of "Val Scomenzera" to create even more inconvenience to tourists and residents, forcing them to take the same boat after walking for half an hour and spend money on the train!
But the steps of the Rialto Bridge are falling apart, the banks are uneven, i canali sono invasi da barconi di ferro cheÂ squassano le fondazioni dei palazzi, The wave destroys what remains standing, etc. etc.
Now they have the intention of squandering even a thousand million euro to build a useless and harmful sub-lagoon for Laguna and bring even more tourists (six thousand a day!!!) in un luogo che giÃ ora Ã¨ angusto per chi ogni giorno vi transita per lavoro e per diporto. Which means new demolitions in the monumental area of â€‹â€‹Venice! Not to mention the overbuilding of agricultural land near the new card and useless airstrip!
Lâ€™unica nota positiva Ã¨ che lâ€™attuale sindaco se ne vÃ e assieme a lui il suo amico presidente della Regione!
We hope that Venice might be saved! But if the Venetians did not busy themselves, I see that the matter is serious.
Siamo giÃ arrivati sotto la soglia dei 60mila abitanti, ma in cambio câ€™Ã¨ unâ€™alta densitÃ di alberghi e locande per turisti.
Now Venice is a holiday resort where tourists, wearing rubber boots more often, They move from one to another penthouse.
The millionaires continue to find they like restoring an old palace to have the pleasure to observe the slow death.
In Mestre tourists staying in new hotels, crossing the sidewalk every morning and the streets crowded, eating sandwiches for breakfast, I am hoping that it stays in place a sufficient number of palaces to grant him shelter from the sun, and complaining of gashes along the Grand Canal, where entire buildings were removed as rotten teeth and rebuilt in the Public Gardens in Bochum, a Dysneyland in Florida, Fukuoka or on the banks of the port of Sydney or Dubai.
Quadri e statue sarebbero stati alloggiati nei nuovi Musei della Terraferma e lÃ addirittura vi sarebbe stata costruita una riproduzione del celebre caffÃ¨ Florian.
They are right; there is more hope: pusillanimous international good manners have combined with political gangsterism Italian… per rapinare il mondo della piÃ¹ bella cittÃ che mai sia esistita.