ZAČIATKY MODERNÉHO MESTSKÉHO PLÁNOVANIA V UHORSKU: PRÍPAD BRATISLAVY A NOVÉHO SADU
The beginning of modern urban planning in the Kingdom of Hungary using the examples of Bratislava and Nový Sad
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The principles of modern urban planning began to be applied in the Kingdom of Hungary in the second half of the 19th century. In most cases, the first regulation plans appeared around 1900, when these cities were experiencing dynamic growth. The ideas generated in the first plans for regulation and long-term development pre-determined the development of these cities and has determined their form until today. The study considers the principles and approaches applied in modern planning at the turn of the century. Using the example of two cities – Bratislava and Nový Sad – it analyses the key terms applied in expert discussion at the time, their use in territorial planning practice and the contribution of the notable Hungarian city planning expert Antal Palóczi to this discussion.
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