PIĄTKI KONSERWATORSKIE NA ZAMKU KRÓLEWSKIM W WARSZAWIE
CONSERVATION FRIDAYS AT THE ROYAL CASTLE IN WARSAW
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Aseries of meetings held as part of Conservation Fridays at the Royal Castle in Warsaw has taken place for the second time. The motto of the new edition was “Cultural heritage as an opportunity for the development of the region – the protection and promotion of the monuments of Mazovia”. The selection of problems took into consideration the presentation of successfully realised projects and a promotion of interesting initiatives, which for assorted reasons have not been implemented. The intention of the organisers was to initiate a discussion on the role of the self-government in the protection of historical monuments and associated local spatial policy as well as possibilities for the solution of local problems and trends of pertinent cooperation. Conservation Fridays at the Royal Castle in Warsaw demonstrate the significant role performed in the protection of historical monuments by a fully conscious and sensible policy of the communes; the same holds true for the creation of a positive social attitude. The titular events also prove the relevance of extensive and sincere debates that render their participants aware of heretofore neglected opportunities for the progress of the voivodeship of Mazovia.
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