The Italian territory is studded with numerous small towns of significant historical and architectural interest, some of which are affected by a state of total or partial abandonment due to different reasons. With reference to the abandonment caused by landslides, this paper focuses on the case study of Craco (Basilicata region, southern Italy) whose households were relocated as a consequence of the landslides occurred between 1959 and 1972. The main scope is to propose a method (which takes into account the continuous monitoring of superficial and deep displacements) and interventions (according to the principles of integrated conservation and considering the “genius loci”) which can be applied also to other contexts analogous to the case study at hand and which, therefore, can represent useful tools for policy makers involved in the processes of use and enhancement of the territory in a perspective of sustainable and resilient regeneration.
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