Savremene percepcije kulturnog naslijeda Austro-Ugarske u Bosni i Hercegovini. Radovi sa simpozija od 22.novembra 2014.u Sarajevu.Contemporary perception of the Austro-Hungarian cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Proceedings of the Symposium from 22nd November 2014 in Sarajevo. (Publication written in two alphabets Latin and Cyrillics)

Editor : Sankovic Simcic, Vjekoslava (2016) Savremene percepcije kulturnog naslijeda Austro-Ugarske u Bosni i Hercegovini. Radovi sa simpozija od 22.novembra 2014.u Sarajevu.Contemporary perception of the Austro-Hungarian cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Proceedings of the Symposium from 22nd November 2014 in Sarajevo. (Publication written in two alphabets Latin and Cyrillics). Conference Volume. ICOMOS Bosnia and Herzegovina 244p. ISBN 978-9958-9094-7-4 (electronic version). [Book]

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Abstract (in English)

During the 40 years of being a part of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, first as an occupied country under the formal sovereignity of the Turkish sultan in 1878, and after the Annexation in 1908, as a part of the Monarchy, Bosnia and Herzegovina experienced a phase of deep inner transformation. Although inherited burdens and differences emerged to the surface like never before, positive historical processes that were consequences of the society’s modernization and europeanization were also accelerated. The emergence of Bosnian multiculturalism (which is often mistaken as a ‘’centuries-old tradition’’) is a phenomenon that by definition belongs to the modernity and secular social context that has been possible only since the Austro-Hungarian period, even though this multicultural ambience was limited to towns and huge majority of the rural population remained solidly framed in the folklore-mythical and religious framework. The Austro-Hungarian occupation introduced new forms of architecture and town-planning into the Oriental physionomy of the Bosnia and Herzegovina towns, creating picturesque contrasts and unexpected relations in that interesting meeting of the two worlds. Some very talented architects emerged: Ćiril Iveković, Karl Panek, Dionis Sunko, Josip Pospišil, Franjo Blažek, Jan Kotera, while the most prominent ones who have left their recognizable mark on Sarajevo were Karl Pařik and Josip Vancaš.

Item Type: Book (Conference Volume)
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Editor : Sankovic Simcic, VjekoslavaUNSPECIFIED
Corporate Authors: ICOMOS in BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Languages: Bosnian, Croatian, English, Serbian
Keywords: cultural heritage; architectural heritage; town planning; urbanization; multiculturalism; architects; modernization; Austro-Hungarian Monarchy; Bosnia and Herzegovina
Subjects: D.URBANISM > 02. Urban planning
E.CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION > 04. Groups of buildings
E.CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION > 09. Social and economic aspects of conservation
P. GEOGRAPHIC AREAS > 05. Europe
Number of Pages: 244
ISBN: 978-9958-9094-7-4 (electronic version)
Depositing User: Mrs Lucile Smirnov
Date Deposited: 02 May 2017 09:33
Last Modified: 09 May 2017 09:20
URI: http://openarchive.icomos.org/id/eprint/1775

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