Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Proving of Accessibility of Balkan Sacred Sites for People with Special Needs (Part 1)
Galina Bogdanova, Liana Galabova
pp. 164 - 171
Authors: Galina Bogdanova, Liana Galabova
Abstract: Balkan region is one of the representative territories of cultural heritage of Eastern Orthodox Christian Church. Balkans are also space of creation, inhabitation, visiting, representation, and safeguarding of emblematic sacred sites. Based on experience and our continuous detailed and analytical observation on accessibility in the context of pilgrimage tourism of Balkan countries, this paper assumes variety of data and perspectives on heritage management by interdisciplinary expert communication.
Keywords: Accessibility Studies; Socialisation of Cultural Heritage; Eastern Orthodox Christian Church; Pilgrimage Tourism; Management of Sacred Sites; Accessibility of Religious Places; Objects; Denominational Events and Data.
Received: 30-06-2020 Accepted: 26-08-2021 Published: 07-12-2021
Citation: Bogdanova, G., Galabova, L. (2021). Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Proving of Accessibility of Balkan Sacred Sites for People with Special Needs (Part 1). Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Presentation, Digitalization (KIN Journal), 7(2), ISSN 2367-8038, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 164–171. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2021_2_015