GIS greatly facilitated the inventory, evaluation, and preservation of historic sites. The integration of GIS, Remote Sensing (RS) and modeling technologies applied to the field of cultural heritage became an important tool for management and decision making.
Overlaying and combining the information in GIS with considerable analysis and visualization methods can provide an important contribution to the sustainable development of the historic areas.
The survey and analysis of cultural data are playing a special role in the management of historic sites. As a result of the combination of current and historical data valuable hints arise from the procedures in cultural history and can be used for future planning. Three-dimensional models of the architectural monuments help us to understand the spatial objects, even if they are not accessible for us. Using models from existing objects can make it easier for us to understand complex spatial structures and to propose the required interventions over the monuments.