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The territory of Iglesias, its mines and its extraordinary historical and cultural heritage is a landscape perfectly suited to tourism, not mass tourism but tourism able to bring about lasting changes to produce economic answers capable of recreating permanent identities in a new landscape. The development of a territory is complex and difficult to understand in its political, institutional, administrative and especially economic relations, where various participants compete for management roles and make decisions on rules and regulations to transform areas by planning processes of varying complexity. Traditional planning processes carefully analyse the area, describe all its aspects, divide it according to typology and categorise it into different groups. This increasingly evolved and refined division forms the basis of subsequent “predictions” which often lack long-term vision as an objective: they do not appear to provide adequate “images” of future scenarios.