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Objects are listed as properties of zuenalas able cultural heritage, as having cultural, e. The immovable properties of Soviet years do not in themself appear any source of the problems. However, developments and changes within Dutch society have provided strong arguments for revising or updating these systems.
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Ways of decorating projects on the occasion of religious festivals, eg. The social value concerns a particu- lar group or community rather than the individual.
When it comes to non-listed pub- lic buildings of the second half of the 20th century, architects make no efort to pre- serve them. The case of the Soviet architectural heritage has manifested that efective age qualiication creates an insurmountable bar- rier, fatal for the condition of heritage property.
This document sets forth the assessment criteria, one of which is the age qualiication, set at 50 years for architectural, urban, engineering objects or sites with valuable characteristics as their prerequisite to be listed as heritage items.
The indicators may be the words expressing the intensity, frequency, the mutual rela- tion of impressions generated by sensory stimuli emanating from the technofact be- ing analyzed. All three objects were already included into the special lists in connection with the measures towards implementation of political trends for architecture approved zuurnalas the Lithuanian Government decision No.
R 90 20 explains its objectives, as follows: While concrete subjects of interpretation are the public buildings built from throughas constituting cultural character of the visual environment, which opens up through recognition and acknowledgement and can be deined as the value of identity.
An international methodology for built heritage can beneit from these results. We can see a diference in criteria using to deine zuralas signiicance of the design, the use and in- terrelationships and criteria rating that signiicance by recognisability and rarity.
Afelt — innovative, compared with Diversity of cultural expression of technical heritage resources is created by the multiplicity of forms and variety of functional and usable features of the technofacts, starting with the decorum of a technical object, through highlighting technical issues in the visual arts, entertainment, music, literature and in electronic multimedia, up to their coexistence along with other culture products encountered in public spaces, historic environment including landscape and social life.
Design, designer beauty, information value and representative, architectural- art historical value, value of historical gardens, historical urban value, characteristics, artistic, art historical, architectural history, design, workmanship, decorative, location; Use, user remembrance, social value, cultural historical value, general zurnalax values, historical, biographical, social-history, natural history, technological history, scientiic history; provenance, documentation, life story, biography, source, pedigree; Ensemble ensemble value, zutnalas of content, completeness, unity; Recognisability zurnalaw physical quality, conservation of zurnakas quality, recognisability, condition, state, intactness, material authenticity, conceptual authenticity, contextual authenticity; material integrity; Rarity Rarity, zirnalas of content, rarity and representativeness, uniqueness, exemplar value, prototype, type-exemplar; 1.
The historical persons associated with technofact. This can result in: The Operational guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention  are constantly revised and updated in order to relect the decisions of gel World Heritage Committee. For a Roman, cultivating the nature in general and a separate place speciically was the highest activity which was the purpose in itself, xurnalas. According to the art critic Dr. It must be considered, that the above items are easiest to disperse, thus jeopardizing the integrity of the resource.
An international methodology for built heritage can beneit from this and join the focus of integration and participation. 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.
This building was constructed in several phases since the 19th century up to the seventies of the 20th century and its architecture is not impressing artistic value close to zero.
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. This concept includes not only the great works of human genius, but also modest objects that over time became a local scale sites of cultural interest.
There also examples of exceptions that had to be made to the efective regulations in order to give protection to the buildings in peril. Valorising is the process of cultural values recognition, investigation, scientiic research, interpretation and assessment being performed periodically in form of deepened studies of the technofact, and — together with the acquisition of new data and information — interpreted and reinterpreted; 4.
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On the top loor is ad hoc furnished hall of shipyard memorabilia zurnaas private persons bring here. This historic period represents not only material property, but also spiritual worth, which makes it possible to experience the catharsis generated by the links between past and present time.
Archaeological or underwater object: The aim of the assessment process is transparency, inter-subjectivity by a non-con- duct analysis solely of the historical values of the heritage. This type of relationship leads to the perception of a large part of Soviet heritage as being nearly contemporary; also, due to political circumstance of its creation, it appears not only as a witness, but a collab- orator of some sort of the occupational regime.
Yet, the deepening of the shop windows and entrances, and the opening of a passage created new streams of pe- destrians who constantly supplied the then newly created urban space with visitors. Although not given detailed guidelines of preparing this document36, the changes made according to the Operational guidelines in year prove its complexity and importance, given in the ex- amining procedures of application for entry of the properties on the World Heritage List.
Eventually, in the 18th—19th centuries in Europe, 3 The landscape theory developing in geography and anthropology initially also collided with the contrast between local peculiarities visible by a speciic view of an individual and the objective analysis of a space in order to disas- sociate from the vantage point of a movable subject as much as possible.
Thus in contrast to the Lithuanian documents, the Faro Convention perceives cultural heritage not as cultural properties, but as groups of resources through which humans identify a relec- tion of their own values.
The voluminous structure of zurnalsa forms, designed gro the architect Gintautas Telksnys, was, sincea highlight of the proscenium of J. The signiicance will be part of considerations with other values that will inally lead to a decision of ac- knowledge, maintenance, restoration, re-use or demolition.
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Historical value can be analyzed in various contexts zugnalas represent speciic attributes: Socio-economic values are the domain of politicians and oicials at various levels, of representative bodies and all stakeholders of LHTR. Techno-aesthetic value expresses the power of the impact on the Perceiver sensory receptors, which are generated by technofact, according to the philosophical concept — and neuro-aesthetic concept as well — the aesthetic experience can stimulate his or her emotions and curiosity and develop into an intellectual cognitive processes Szlaga, Karrenwall foundation, gdanskp.
The pre-requisite at the outset must be a comprehensive analy- sis covering value assessment as well. As their point zurnapas departure, they used the criteria outlined in the Historic Buildings and Monuments Act article 1b: Cases of Architecture Dehumanization on the Way from Soviet to Post-Soviet Society Petrulis  zurnalzs that the ideological character of architecture, in as much as it connects with artistic expression, is supericial or symbolic.
Zrnalas statement on the heritage was noteworthy authorized for purpose being published within this paper: Christmas tree on Christmas or Easter related decorations, oicial ceremonies, like lagship gala or displaying banners and such. The integrity of the historic urban landscape has been lost here. The detailed diagnosis of the build- ing substance and, above all, its structure and assessment of structural elements, outit and decoration interior are included in the condition report The sub criteria of integrity and rarity are primarily important for rating the main criteria and determining the extent to which the story is still zufnalas present.
Until now this dialogue not fundamentally has taken place.
Details of the size, characteristics and authorized uses of a bufer zone, as well as a map indicating the precise bounda- ries of the property and its bufer zone, should be provided in the nomination.