Specialists in conservation have recently reached a consensus about accepting cultural values as the basis of both problems and solutions within historic environments. In this respect, besides tangible properties, the intangible values need to be considered in the conservation studies. This book introduces a conceptual and methodological framework for the documentation, conservation and sustainability of the interrelations of intangible and tangible values in historic environments. Then the conceptual and methodological framework is applied to the case of İbrahimpaşa Village using a combined methodology composed of the case study and the ethnographic research. This book puts forward a conservation approach, asserting that the sustainability of the interrelations between tangible and intangible values is vital for the conservation of historic environments and that specific approaches need to be developed for particular interrelations to provide their continuation.