POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE PRODUCTION OF HERITAGE SPACE IN A CENTRO HISTÓRICO

Camilo Rey-Sabogal
Cartagena is a South American city whose historical built environment has been recognized as a World Heritage Site due to the preservation of elements of the Spanish military architecture of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. This recognition promoted a tourist and real estate boom in the Centro Histórico and, as a result, its inhabitants have faced gentrification dynamics that are expelling them to other areas of the city. During the last 15 years, these...
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