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Frontiers in Management Research

Study on the Dynamic Protection of Cultural Relics: A Case Study of the Bell Tower of Jinling High School

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DOI: 10.22606/fmr.2020.44001


  • Ziyue Cai*
    Jinling High School, Nanjing, China
  • Jinsong Ma
    School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China


It is an inevitable trend for cultural relics protection to change from static protection to dynamic protection. Based on the protection status of the Bell Tower of Jinling High School, this paper analyzes why the transformation from static to dynamic protection is necessary. Through literature review, questionnaire survey, think-tank consulting and other research methods, using 3D modeling, GIS, Space Syntax and other technical means, this paper puts forward ideas in dynamic protection including introduction of ICOMOS Heritage Alert Template, establishment of Public Open Day, optimization of surrounding landscape of cultural relics, and so on.


bell tower, cultural relics, static protection, dynamic protection


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