It is easy to identify a city’s culture by looking at its architectural planning and arts as architecture is the platform where all cultures, heritages, traditions, and histories meet. That is the role of organizations and governments to maintain and fix architectural buildings to save their heritage. This conference will talk about how the historical cities will change in the future and how the old architecture and arts will be preserved. It will also talk about the city’s self-identity and how this identity could be affected over the upcoming years.
This conference will also increase the awareness of conserving architectural monuments and arts. They can also be an active commercial industry on its own and it has already begun. Each city’s identity is unique and it performed a role in the society, which have changed this society’s thinking or had made an impact in history. Traditions represent a critical piece of our culture. They help form the structure and foundation of our families and our society. They identify the part of a history that defines our past, shapes who we are today and who we are likely to become. Once we ignore the meaning of our traditions, we’re in danger of damaging the underpinning of our identity. Following the success of the first and second international conferences on “Cities’ Identity Through Architecture and Arts“