‘Tangible Cultural Heritage’ refers to physical artefacts produced, maintained and transmitted intergenerationally in a society.
Examples of intangible heritage are oral traditions, performing arts, local knowledge, and traditional skills.
What is the different between tangible and intangible heritage?
Objects, artefacts, buildings, places and monuments are known as tangible cultural heritage. Tangible cultural heritage has a physical presence. This is known as intangible heritage. Intangible cultural heritage are the traditions and living expressions inherited from ancestors and passed on to descendants.
What are the threats of tangible heritage?
There are numerous risks and dangers threatening the cultural heritage, such as war and political, ethnic and religious conflict, looting, theft, illegal export and import, illicit trafficking of cultural property, deterioration, neglect, destruction of or alteration to heritage, pollution, and disappearance.
What are the tangible and intangible heritage of the Philippines?
According to UNESCO, intangible cultural heritage has five domains, namely: oral traditions and expressions, including language as a vehicle of the intangible cultural heritage; performing arts; social practices, rituals and festive events; knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe; and traditional
What is immovable tangible heritage?
Immovable heritage. Immovable heritage consists of buildings, land and other historically-valuable items that are connected by fixed foundations to the ground.