Historical heritage plays a fundamental role in society. One of the primary targets for European countries is to ensure its safeguarding so that it can be enjoyed by future generations. This paper defines a procedure for the safeguarding of cultural heritage which is often in an advanced state of degradation and threatened by climate change and the increasing number of tourists. The methodology consists of three basic steps: The identification of the technical elements on which intervention is necessary, the assessment of the vulnerability level of these elements considering exogenous factors and the hierarchization of the most vulnerable elements through the application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process. The case study is the “Patio de los Leones” a world-famous site within the Alhambra and Generalife which every year attracts over 2 million tourists to Granada, Spain. The aim is to set priorities for intervention on the 124 “Macael” marble columns according to the need for restoration. The validation of the methodology and management of the data to achieve the hierarchy among the columns was done using an HBIM model. © 2021, Dei Tipografia del Genio Civile. All rights reserved.
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