Event Title

Comparison of cultural heritage legislation in the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Croatia

Session

Architecture and Spatial Planning

Description

In the Republic of Kosovo, as well as in the Republic of Croatia, numerous buildings and historical parts of cities and settlements are protected on the basis of laws and regulations governing the protection and preservation of cultural heritage. Each state, in accordance with its policies, legally protects historic buildings and historic parts of cities and settlements in order to provide better conditions for their maintenance and to witness the inherited architectural culture. Both countries incorporate into their legislation on cultural heritage provisions that prohibit the demolition, damage and replacement of protected buildings with new construction, which is a condition of international law. In this paper, a comparison of the legislation of the two countries regarding the protection, preservation and restoration of cultural heritage will be carried out in order to determine the similarities and differences of the legal framework important for planning, design and execution of works on buildings and cultural heritage of the two countries.

Keywords:

cultural heritage, comparison, legislation

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.01

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Comparison of cultural heritage legislation in the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Croatia

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

In the Republic of Kosovo, as well as in the Republic of Croatia, numerous buildings and historical parts of cities and settlements are protected on the basis of laws and regulations governing the protection and preservation of cultural heritage. Each state, in accordance with its policies, legally protects historic buildings and historic parts of cities and settlements in order to provide better conditions for their maintenance and to witness the inherited architectural culture. Both countries incorporate into their legislation on cultural heritage provisions that prohibit the demolition, damage and replacement of protected buildings with new construction, which is a condition of international law. In this paper, a comparison of the legislation of the two countries regarding the protection, preservation and restoration of cultural heritage will be carried out in order to determine the similarities and differences of the legal framework important for planning, design and execution of works on buildings and cultural heritage of the two countries.