|Keywords||cultural heritage; monument documentation; surveying|
|Abstract||Monuments of cultural heritage are a live testimony of current or past human activity on earth. Its documentation requires an interdisciplinary approach with the contribution of different scientists and methodologies. Such monuments can be restored and protected only if they have been accurately surveyed. This paper addresses the different methodologies implemented for such applications, from conventional surveying to photogrammetry and laser scanning which are all dependent on the protection and the geometrical characteristics of the monument, the cost and the available equipment. These methodologies applied in world heritage projects, are not to be regarded as a panacea, but they prove to complement each other in order to provide an accurate and reliable documentation of monuments of cultural heritage.|
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|Moysiadis A||Department of Planning and Regional Development, University of Thessaly, 38334 Volos, Greecefirstname.lastname@example.org||1|
|Perakis K||Department of Planning and Regional Development, University of Thessaly, 38334 Volos, Greece||1|
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