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 Expanded Register of Historical and Cultural Values in Minsk

92 objects from Minsk have been added to the State Register of Historical and Cultural Values of the Republic of Belarus in 2011 told BelTA Vitalina Rudikova — director of the Department for Culture at the Minsk City Executive Committee.

Vitalina Rudikova pointed out that Belarus has developed the legislative base, which defines the order and directions of activities in the sphere of protection of historical and cultural heritage. In the near future in Minsk will be approved a Regional program on protection of historical and cultural heritage for 2012–2015.

At present the State Register of historical and cultural values of the Republic of Belarus includes 293 immovable objects from Minsk. These are discrete buildings and structures as well as groups of buildings— historical center of Minsk (163 objects), street developments, old wooden houses, campus of the Belarusian National Technical University, the manor and park in Loshitsa. 143 residential houses listed as monuments of architecture, and its tenants have to observe the legislation.

The obligation to protect the objects with historical and cultural values lies on the owners, who in accordance with legislation have to keep registration documents, draw up protective obligations and passports. In Minsk protective obligation signed on almost all historical and cultural objects, registration documents (passports) are drawn up on 60% objects. In 2011 twelve protocols on administrative law violations in the sphere of protection of historical and cultural heritage were drawn up in Minsk.

To find an optimal solution between historically appropriate modernization of old buildings and obligations to reduce CO2-emissions the European Commission in the context of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007–2013 approved the project "COOL Bricks - Climate Change, Cultural Heritage & Energy Efficient Monuments".

The Project started in December 2010 and runs until December 2013. During this time it has a total budget of 4.3 million EUR.  Project partners are 18 organizations form 9 countries: Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Belarus and Finland. Furthermore several "Associated Partners" from Baltic Sea region countries and also from Russia support the projects in different ways. The Lead Partner is Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Ministry of Culture and Media, Department for Heritage Preservation.

In Belarus the Project is being implemented as called "Climate Change, Cultural Heritage & Energy Efficient Monuments" by the Republican Centre for Technology Transfer under the auspices of the State Committee on Science and Technology, the National Academy of Sciences and pertinent Ministries.

The Project has a goal to reduce energy consumption of historical buildings without destroying their cultural value and identity and is carried out on three fronts (Workpackages):
- "Policy Development" (16 organizations from 9 countries).
- "Technical Innovations" (12 organizations from 7 countries).
- "Education and Economic Promotion" (8 organizations from 7 countries).

The implementation of the international technical assistance project in Belarus will enable to:
1. Improve international transfer of technologies and knowledge by:
- creating databases of innovative technologies aimed at reducing energy consumption of historic buildings without affecting their cultural values;
- developing new curricula and textbooks for architects, designers and builders;
- familiarizing Belarusian stakeholders and experts with new technologies for improving energy efficiency of historic buildings.
2. Formulate proposals to refine national legislation on protection of historical and cultural heritage and harmonize it with EU legislation, broaden the public base for generation and use of innovations.
3. Strengthen international scientific and technical cooperation by establishing contacts with new sources of innovation, small and medium enterprises in the Baltic Sea region.

More information about the project can be found at the site www.co2olbricks.eu and the site of the Republican Centre for Technology Transfer

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