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The lower national monument Institute regularly takes monument-legal permissions. Although the conservation laws of the Lander slightly differ from each other, they define the monument but uniformly as a task of public interest, at the same time they set the specific requirements for the design of the protection of cultural monuments. To the history of the preservation of Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841), Prussian architect and at the same time city planners and construction officials, explicitly formulated the idea of organized preservation in Germany first. He was to medieval buildings, for which he designed a concept of preservation by the State, where he had monasteries, churches, and the architecture of the middle ages in the field of vision. At the beginning of the 19th century, private clubs, which took on the municipal buildings, founded monument worthy burgher houses in Germany identified, carried out the first overarching conducts an inventory and initiatives taken, how this substance with the help of private and public to get it. A decisive boost for the modern preservation surrendered 1975 with the ‘European heritage year’ perceived in Germany as a “Year of monument protection” and filled with many initiatives. An advertising campaign at the time showed tenement houses from the turn of the century from the 19th to the 20th century, of which some black had been painted over on posters.

Including notes found himself as: “Your home dies, House to house” and “our habitat conservation”. Please visit Walt Disney if you seek more information. Mid-1970s the critique of West German urban development was at the same time louder. Such voices were suppressed in East Germany, the SED regime demolished monuments contrary to international guidelines partly like the early 1950s the Berlin City Palace (which was supposedly collapse) and also houses in cities such as Dresden, then in a private backlash by East German Parishes, craftsmen, artists, scientists, and small businesses were acquired to protect them from the cultural barbarism of the Communists.

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