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The conservators are being assigned the zurnapas of providing the heritage resources to the present and future generations, which does not mean only physical enabling access, but also the interpretation and presentation5 of heritage, teaching the pub- lic understanding of the signiicance of historical monuments.

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To identify the possibilities to transform the heritage without losing its value, this meth- odology was further elaborated in the Guidelines research building history: The tangibility of the material determines the extent to which this signiicance can still be experienced or recognised. In general, one may consider the following eight types of technofacts forming a LHTR: Some of the most famous are biblical Sodom and Gomorrah, situated on the southern shores of the Dead Sea, reek- ing of sulphur and poisonous gases, which in many languages and cultures became a symbol of the moral degeneracy associated with homosexuality.

In the Netherlands experts of restoration are making guidelines to be aware of the signiicance of the material, to decide what has to be replaced and what is the best way of replacing it. This should include the immediate setting of the nominated property, important views and other areas or attributes that are functionally important as a support to the property and its protection.

But it is not until we combine this varied outcome that we gain an understanding of our collective memory, the tangible reference to our history, the story of our heritage.

If the analyzed LHTR is a structure26 or a linear object 27, its components should be interpreted somewhat diferently, assuming that the major change concerns item 2, since the linear object generally do not have an interior, although a tunnel, a dam, a bridge abutment, a lock chamber wall, or a bastion etc.

The person preparing the valuation can go about it diferently, tending toward one of the following ways: In order On the Approval of Regulations for the Inventory of Immovable Cultural Properties [8] of the Lithuanian culture minister, the inventory work of immovable herit- age is deined as collecting of past and present data in relection of material expression of cultural immovable property by taking census of all creations potentially regarded as immovable cultural heritage, as well as storage of such type of data, its reinement and systematization.


The theory and practice of conservation of historical monuments show, that the process of con- verting a protected object to a new function by declaring it a monument is always pos- sible. The document states that heritage objects derive their signiicance and distinctive character from the perceived meaningful rela- tionships with their physical, visual, spiritual context and setting.

In this way the question, the inventory and the signiicance constantly serves as input for developing new scientiic knowledge and values. This would allow for the grouping of architectural heritage into separate sections linked to historic development of the country Tab.

They will start with an inventory, after that an interpretation of the results will follow and inally they will deine an valuation. They strengthen the community sense and constitute the cornerstone of local, regional and national social cohesion and collective and indi- vidual cultural identity.

Recognition of the values of cultural property requires irst embodiment their names in the mental dic- tionary of the researcher. One language, between experts, will facilitate the collaboration To collaborate, to participate and to share our knowledge we have to speak the same language in order to understand each other. Drawing from Vilnius County Archive, No. There also examples of exceptions that had to be made to the efective regulations in order to give protection to the buildings in peril.

However, as we see from practice, it is quite challenging to deine by law a broad spectrum of valuable characteristics and to categorize recent experience, even though merits of cultural properties in question seem obvious today.

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The basis of proprietary technofacts valuation methodology are three leading concepts: This is an example of intangible heritage embodied in names given once upon. Therefore within the historic context of the science of architecture, it is this variety of Soviet architecture not its numerical expression that should be unarguably protected.

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The articles published in this monograph are based on papers read at conferences and articles written by other authors interested with the discussed subject matter. This is a reference text, however, in practice, the more concise and broader deinitions of my authorship can be of better use in the everyday preservation practice: Museum of lax industry under the name of Philippe de girard was founded in in the hall of a former Printing Shop — a part of the zudnalas department.


Afelt — innovative, compared with This division supports the process of decision-making with regard to recognition, res- toration or alteration. The value added of the UNESCO methodology can be noticed in the obligation to develop a management plan, which every nominated property should have.

Therefore, the cardinal principle zhrnalas valuing heritage of technology are the condi- tion survey and report, which document the state of preservation, which may help, in the future, interpreting their cultural signiicance.

Built and Urban heritage management Within this context the irst system for assessing built and urban heritage appeared in within the Monument Selection Project guide.

European standards are here very helpful, and there upon I have based the following deinitions2: The Soviet Heritage and European Modernism. Public consultations and debates should be conducted at all stages of management, i. This publication proved that the problem of value assessment should be ap- proached as a part of the contemporary conservation theory in particular.

An explicit answer could sound too paternalistic, autocratic and maybe even politically in- correct. Nevertheless, the concept of heritage of technology — even though still nameless — reached the conscience of the community of Polish mu- seum curators, conservators and historians of architecture relatively early, broadening the idea of monument of culture not necessarily being a work of art and architecture, or the product of arts and crafts or folk handicraft.

Patogus ir nepatogus paveldas. The sites or buildings, which do not meet the speciied age, fall into following catego- ries: An initiative of the municipal inspector of monuments about setting up a museum of that site was enthusiastically supported by the local community. They difer from cultural history value in that they relate to the current meaning.