Heritage can be a family connection, and it can also be landscapes and things changed through cultural moments: agriculture or anything tangible or physical. It is something that you could want to preserve because it could be the only thing that you can use to remember. Heirloom has a piece of you attached to it, and it starts off being one persons piece, but ultiamtley as it is passed along it gets more meanings attached to it. Places will sometimes hold heritage to people or events. It can be very personal objects but also larger political and religious or cultural objects. Tangible objects: physical things that can be held/dealt with: they can also be immovable scale such as a place, landscape etc. something like mount rushmore. Intangible heritage: things we can"t physically hold in our hands, or touch. Living culture such as performance, knowledge etc: the festa transforms space and the religious sentiment attached to it.