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Law on Cultural Heritage

Cultural values are tangible or intangible evidences of human presence and activities as well as natural sites or phenomena that are significant for the individuals, for the community or for the society as a whole and have scientific or cultural value and/or are of significance for the Bulgarian orthodox church and other registered religions. Immobile cultural heritage comprises cultural values permanently fixed to the ground along with their surrounding environment or such cultural values located under water. Mobile cultural heritage comprises all other cultural values (i.e. excluding immobile cultural values and intangible cultural values) the significance of which stays unchanged irrespective of their location including such cultural values under water.

Definition of cultural value in the instrument

Cultural values are tangible or intangible evidences of human presence and activities as well as natural sites or phenomena that are significant for the individuals, for the community or for the society as a whole and have scientific or cultural value and/or are of significance for the Bulgarian orthodox church and other registered religions. Immobile cultural heritage comprises cultural values permanently fixed to the ground along with their surrounding environment or such cultural values located under water. Mobile cultural heritage comprises all other cultural values (i.e. excluding immobile cultural values and intangible cultural values) the significance of which stays unchanged irrespective of their location including such cultural values under water.

Responsible

The Ministry of culture, competent authorities at national, regional and local level, different bodies; the widest possible participation of communities, groups and individuals.

Strengths

Provides a framework for ensuring the viability of cultural heritage including the identification and registration, documentation, research, preservation, protection, promotion, socialisation, enhancement, replication, transmission, sales, collection, granting concession rights, as well as the revitalization of the various aspects of such heritage and provision of equal access to such heritage. Defines the obligations and rights of owners of cultural values. Provides condition for decentralisation and public-private partnerships in managing cultural values.

Weaknesses

Very general and vague definition of Cultural Heritage and Cultural values (the word 'cultural' is both present in the defined term and in its definition). Not very clear distinction between tangible immobile and mobile cultural values. The policies for management and preservation of cultural heritage are developed at national level as well as funding distribution but the implementation, organisation and coordination of their implementation is left to municipalities which might lead to a very diverse inventories and interpretations and centralisation of funding. Lack of selection criteria. Provides facilitation for exporting mobile cultural values which contradicts the idea of preserving and safeguarding it. However, export is allowed only for some and not all mobile cultural values. Does not provide for sufficient participation of citizens in the management of cultural heritage. Does not provide provisions for actually real and free market of cultural values. All architectural sites are cultural values without providing for their categorisation, registration or marking.


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