In accordance with the rigorous discipline of the restoration, at the end of the nineteenth century, Alois Riegl focused his interest on ethical, political, sociological, moral and cultural reasons giving more emphasis on the stability of the values of the work and not on the purely aesthetic subjective assessment. The principal purpose is the preservation of existing values in monuments. The recognition of the values can be seen as the principal reference of a good job of preservation and is primarily supported by the urban scale. In a social context increasingly pressed from global interests often unrelated to the identity of the individual, it is difficult to speak on the conservation of the heritage (monumental and urban) if we not identify the values to be preserved that, at the same time, meet the needs of the community. The contribution intends to tackle the analysis of the concept of values. Values that are necessary to know in detail to implement a sustainable conservation of monuments and cities.
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