In Naples, the application of HUL has been prepared in conjunction with a management plan and the equally rich tangible and intangible heritage of the historic urban landscape were addressed in the actions. By this synchronized steps, the recommendations of HUL has found their reflections in the actions and achieved to include a culture- driven economic actions.
350,000 The historic and port district of the city;
117,3 km² (total area)
Survival of the historic significance and local cultural identity of the city
2010 – 2011
International, National and Local regulation.
City of Naples [leading partner]
International consultant expert group
 “Progetto SIRENA 1” – Naples City Council
[2003 ] “Progetto SIRENA 2” – Naples City Council
 Completion of the management plan for the historic city centre of Naples
 Launch of The HUL Guidebook: A practical guide to UNESCO’s Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape by the City of Ballarat, WHITRAP and Federation University Australia at the League of Historical Cities World Conference, Bad Ischl, Austria
Collective Trademarks and Cultural Districts: the Case of San Gregorio Armeno -Naples, Torino
Historic Urban Landscape Approach and Port Cities Regeneration: Naples between Identity and Outlook
The management plan of the Historic Centre of Naples
The HUL Guidebook: A practical guide to UNESCO’s Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape (2016)
De Caro, S., Marrelli, M., Santagata W. (2008) Patrimoni intangibili dell’Umanità, Guida, Napoli
Re, A., Santagata W. (2011), Produzione di cultura come fattore di sviluppo: il caso del piano di gestione del centro storico di Napoli, in “Territori della cultura”, n.2-2010.