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The train station Praha - Vyšehrad
Krausová, Maria ; Vajčner, Jiří (advisor) ; Zídek, Martin (referee)
The train station Praha - Vyšehrad Abstract The bachelor's thesis deals with the building of the Praha-Vyšehrad train station. It focuses not only on its history and architectural style, but especially on the possibility of its rescue and potential related steps in the coming years. The work thus tries to point out the importance of cultural heritage protection in a wide range and to highlight the need to save the material documents of our culture.
Heritage conservation of the remains of human activity in the forest
Sklenář, Karel ; Novák, Jakub ; Kadavý, Jan ; Mikita, Tomáš ; Rybníček, Michal ; Bajer, Aleš ; Kučera, Aleš ; Kolář, Tomáš ; Friedl, Michal
The main objectives of the methodology include: 1. setting the issue in the legislative environment; 2. introducing the processes of disturbance of objects in the forest environment; 3. characterization of modern methods of identification of objects in forests; 4. introducing the practical procedure of identification of objects of human activities in forests; 5. proposing procedures for ensuring the preservation and presentation of anthropogenic remains of human activities in forests for state administration and local government. The methodology was developed in cooperation between experts in the humanities and natural sciences. It seeks to apply and combine procedures of different disciplines. The methodology is recommended to be used with methodology Methods and procedures for the protection of anthropogenic objects of historical human economic activity in forests (Kadavý et al. 2022). The two methodologies are complementary to each other.
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The life and work of Jaroslav Svatoň
Jiroušová, Ludmila ; Pokorný, Jiří (advisor) ; Charvátová, Kateřina (referee)
Jaroslav Svatoň worked all his life in the State Institute of Monument Care and Nature Conservation. During his career, he devoted himself to the registration of monuments, research of medieval plasters, urban heritage reservations, forecasts in the field of heritage conservation, scientific research in this field and the use of the heritage fund in the field of tourism. The aim of the thesis is to capture the personal and professional life of Jaroslav Svatoň and to provide an overview of his work in the field of heritage conservation. To fulfill this goal, I used the historical method, i.e. work with primary sources from the estate of Jaroslav Svatoň, with the records of the professional library and documentation fund of the National Heritage Institute, and with the memories of family members and collaborators of Jaroslav Svatoň. The work is divided into three parts, in the first I describe the personal and professional life of Jaroslav Svatoň. The second part contains the legal framework for the third part, in which I deal with the activities and work of Jaroslav Svatoň in the field of heritage conservation. Thanks to his skills and knowledge gained during many years of experience in the field, he was able to synthesize a huge amount of materials and create prognostic and conceptual materials...
Methods and procedures for the protection of anthropogenic objects of historical human activities in forests
Kadavý, Jan ; Sklenář, Karel ; Novák, Jakub ; Knott, Robert ; Kneifl, Michal
The methodology focuses on the use of information about identification, documentation and presentation of anthropogenic objects - relics of historical human economic activity in forests,. These information result from linking forestry, heritage conservation and archaeology. Anthropogenic objects in forests are mainly old roads, sites of historical raw material extraction, raw material processing objects, abandoned settlements, signs of past coppice management, etc. The reason for the development of the methodology is the fear of loss (damage) of these objects by forestry activities. exacerbated at present by the processing of a bark beetle calamity of big proportions on a substantial part of the Czech Republic. If we accepted damage tor destruction of these objects, we would also accept a loss of cultural and historical heritage of the Czech Republic.
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Preserved monastery gardens in Lesser Town of Prague
Pulcová, Veronika ; Altová, Blanka (advisor) ; Pešek, Jiří (referee)
The subject of this thesis is a description of the current state and a retrospective view of the history of the preserved monastery gardens in the context of the urban development of the Lesser Town. Specifically, these are the gardens that have survived at the Grand Priory of the Knights of Malta at the Church of Our Lady under the Chain, the garden of the Oblate Augustinians at the Church of St. Thomas, the garden of the Dominicans (formerly Magdalenites) at the former Church of St. Mary Magdalene, the garden of the Barefoot Carmelites at the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, the Theatines (Cajetans) at the Church of Our Lady of Consolation, the Jesuit garden at the Church of St. Nicholas, the garden of the Convent of the English Maidens at the Church of St. Joseph (Vojanovy sady) and the garden of the Sisters of Mercy of St. Borromeo under Petrin. I describe the current state of the individual gardens and retrospectively trace their historical transformations in an urban context.
Václav Wagner - an eminent figure of Czech monument care in the 20th century
Salavová, Mirka ; Indrová, Martina (advisor) ; Charvátová, Kateřina (referee)
The present master thesis "Václav Wagner - an eminent figure of Czech monument care in the 20th century" describes the life of conservationist and pedagogue Václav Wagner, who was born 7th November 1893 and died on 21th March 1962, after years of imprisomnemt. It sicusses not only his life as a complex, but his work at the State Monuments Office, outlines and interprets Wagner's so-called synthetic method of monuments conservation, and discusses professional and personal disputes with Zdeněk Wirth and Cyril Merhout. All the above findings are based on the study of archival sources and literature. KEYWORDS Václav Wagner, heritage conservation, occupation, World War II, political persecuion, Zdeněk Wirth, Cyril Merhout, synthesis method, analytical method
Problems heritage conservation on the examples from the Pilsen Region
Jehlíková, Mirka ; Dvořáková, Michaela (advisor) ; Županič, Jan (referee)
Univerzita Karlova v Praze Pedagogická fakulta Katedra občanské výchovy a filosofie DIPLOMOVÁ PRÁCE PROBLÉMY PAMÁTKOVÉ PÉČE NA VYBRANÝCH PŘÍKLADECH Z PLZEŇSKÉHO KRAJE PROBLEMS HERITAGE CONSERVATION ON THE EXAMPLES FROM THE PILSEN REGION Bc. Mirka Jehlíková Vedoucí diplomové práce: Ing. Michaela Dvořáková, Ph.D. Rok: 2015 PROHLÁŠENÍ Prohlašuji, že jsem diplomovou práci Problémy památkové péče na vybraných příkladech z Plzeňského kraje vypracovala samostatně pod vedením Ing. Michaely Dvořákové, Ph. D. a uvedla v bibliografii všechny použité podklady a materiály. V Praze dne 20. července 2015 vlastnoruční podpis autora PODĚKOVÁNÍ Na tomto místě bych ráda poděkovala Ing. Michaele Dvořákové, Ph.D. za velmi trpělivý a vstřícný přístup a cenné rady a připomínky, kterými přispěla k vypracování této diplomové práce. Abstrakt Diplomová práce se zabývá Problémy památkové péče na vybraných příkladech Plzeňského kraje, a to konkrétně státním zámkem Červené Poříčí a zámky Bezděkov u Klatov a Týnec u Klatov. Klade si za cíl identifikovat a následně porovnat přístupy památkové péče těchto vybraných zámeckých objektů z hlediska místního, časového, stavebně- historického a současného. V práci se autorka zamýšlí jednak nad smyslem kulturně historického dědictví, včetně jeho globální a také regionální povahy, jednak také nad...
Architectural transformation of urban centers. Czech towns 1945 - 1989.
Kurz, Michal ; Klusáková, Luďa (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
The topic of this thesis is the architectural transformation (i.e. redevelopment and new buildings) of historical centers in Czech towns in the years 1945-1989. The author tries to put this process into context of the period architecture and heritage conservation and to answer some basic questions. How were the conceptions of an optimal form of new buildings intended for historical surroundings being generated and developed? What factors did these conceptions influence? Why were new buildings so often being located just to these valuable town parts and who did in the process of their formation participate? The thesis is divided into five parts which are connected in time and the author emphasizes the topic continuity with the pre-war period, because we can observe the conflict between traditionalism and modernism as well as the advantages and the limits both of these methods as far back as the 1930s. The examples are chosen within the set of 71 Czech district towns except the capital city Prague. Keywords: Modernisation of historical city-centers, urbanism, architecture, heritage, 1945-1989

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