www.migrationheritage.nsw.gov.au Regional Services at the Powerhouse Museum is supported by Movable Heritage, NSW funding from the NSW Ministry for the Arts. Participatory and social approaches to heritage have unrealised potential to guide the design and use of the future public realm. The Inca had no written language, so they left no record of why they built the site or how they used it before it was abandoned in the early 16th century. He has provided conservation expertise to the National Trust of Australia (Victoria) and private heritage consulting firms. 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