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World Journal of Engineering
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An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Engineering Research and Technology

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Dr. Anwar Ahmed Baeissa*


Several of Yemeni cities are on architectural heritage sites and in Hadhramout in particular, they are endowed with enormous wealth over a broad geographic field. These heritage sites can be developed as tourist destinations and research fields that are visited by tourists, visitors and researchers from all over the world. In return, the region will witness a scientific and urbanized renaissance. It will also witness burgeoning tourist development. In this notion, the architectural heritage sites are considered a national wealth that should be preserved against any sort of decay. The present study presents a framework to conserve, renovate, and develop the architectural heritage sites by selecting the suitable developmental patterns specific to a particular site. To meet this goal, the methodology of the study used field trips, survey, and documenting some of the architectural heritage clay sites. This is an analytical and comparative study for the architectural heritage sites; their types, potentials, the encountering challenges, and prospective investment patterns. The study presents some recommendations for selecting the suitable the developmental patterns for the architectural heritage sites based on the findings. The study found that conservation process of architectural heritage sites could not be achieved except by improving the economic, cultural and social conditions of the heritage sites. The development process should be well planned and directed based on the type, significance, and location of the heritage site. The study suggests to revisit the conservation processes in use where revitalization of architectural heritage sites requires real partnership between the state represented by the general sector and investors. There should be a real investment partnership between general and private sectors.

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