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Typology of the historical cultural landscape of the Czech Republic: methodology with a certificate from the Ministry of Culture
Ehrlich, Marek ; Kuča, Karel ; Kučová, Věra ; Pacáková, Božena ; Pavlátová, Marie ; Salašová, Alena ; Šantrůčková, Markéta ; Vorel, Ivan ; Weber, Martin ; Ehrlichová, Olga ; Fiřtová, Barbora ; Halamíčková, Alena ; Jonešová, Eva ; Králová, Vladimíra ; Kupka, Jiří ; Luhan, Čestmír ; Malina, Ondřej ; Matějka, Daniel ; Medková, Lucie ; Sedláček, Jozef ; Trpáková, Lenka ; Veith, Tomáš ; Veselovská, Věra ; Vondráčková, Simona ; Žallmannová, Eva
The new national typology of the historical cultural landscapes is created by 34 types of the historical cultural landscapes that exist in the Czech Republic. The typology is based on three categories of the cultural landscapes that were defined by the World Heritage Committee (UNESCO), i.e. designed, organically evolved and associative landscapes. The typology of the historical cultural landscapes could be used for identification, classification and evaluation of the historical cultural landscapes on the national level. The typology is applicable for the spatial identification of landscape with important cultural values that serve to the public interests in landscape protection. The typology could be also used for identification of the cultural landscapes in analysis for the spatial planning.
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Typology of composite parts of the cultural landscape on sandstone bedrock.
Cimburová, Dorotea ; Veith, Tomáš (advisor) ; Halamová, Jana (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with typology of structures built in sandstone bedrock and its relationship to natural conditions, primarily the relief. Its purpose is to compare and evaluate usage of typologies dealing with sandstone structures. Typologies of different authors are therefore at first compared in literature research. Afterwards, its usage is evaluated on the basis of terrain research. The research took place in the model area of Holans ponds. Found structure elements, which use sandstone bedrock, were photographed and then imported into the underlying map using GIS. Another aim is to evaluate the landscape structure in the model area. For this purpose, the geosystem approach is used. It is described in a larger detail in the literature researches. Landscape structure in this approach is divided into primary, secondary and tertiary structure. In this work, primary landscape structure is represented by the relief, secondary by the structures and tertiary by the intangible heritage protection of these buildings. This work deals with an assumption of mutual influence between elements of particular structures. The main emphasis is given on the relation between relief and buildings. To evaluate and confirm the hypothesis of a relation between relief and buildings, the Biogeographical division of Czech Republic II. part and the map of biochore is used. Both of them provide information about relief. Structure elements found in the model area were confronted with the map of biochore in GIS. In this way, the primary and secondary landscape structure of model area is described. To find example of relationship between structures and tertiary landscape structure the Central list of Cultural Heritage of Czech Republic was used. On the basis of terrain research the applications of particular typologies were confirmed and evaluated. It turned out that typologies of some authors are more applicable and suitable in the model area compared to others. Also, the hypothesis that particular elements of landscape structure of the model area interact with each other was confirmed.
Assortments of perennials used on the rural gardens in Central Bohemia region
Kašpárková, Tereza ; Matiska, Pavel (advisor) ; Veith, Tomáš (referee)
The purpose of this thesis is to describe the assortment of perennial plants used in countryside gardens in the District of Benešov. It looks at perennial plants grown in 115 municipalities within the District to compare them by area and municipality size. The information research section includes a brief description of perennials, their classification (based on natural presence), reproduction, growth conditions and year-round care. Described are the most common genera. Countryside plantings and their types are also mentioned. The methodology section describes the weather conditions during the year 2015 as well as the way results were compiled and compared municipalities grouped. Plantings were documented in summer months, when the vegetation period of most perennials was culminating. The documentation process included all perennials to enable subsequent determination of all plants. The final lists were used to create tables describing occurrences, which were then compared. The results did not show any major differences in grown perennials. However, it is clear which species of plants are most favored and most used in the Dictrict of Benešov. These include the following genera: Rosa, Aquilegia, Hemerocallis, Bergenia, Iris, Paeonia, Sedum or Yucca. It was observed that the tradition of countryside perennials was staging a comeback, but there are still some shortcomings in the assortment of used perennials. This thesis data could be used for a long-term mapping of perennials grown in the different areas of the Czech Republic, thereby contributing to extension of the range of perennial plants used in countryside gardens, front gardens and public greenery.

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