Managementul de protecţie a clădirilor istorice. Studii de caz - biserici romanice din judeţul Cluj, România
Anamaria Boca, Tudor Panfil Toader, Anamaria Cătălina Mircea
Rezumat/Abstract. The historical monument and its load-bearing structure reflect the historical, artistic, technical characteristics of a certain period as well as the most important social values. The aim of the current study is to present a brief analysis on the Romanesque churches from Cluj County, Romania, included on the National Register of Historic Monuments from Romania. The case studies will present the historic monuments built in Romanesque style and their structural and arhitectural characteristics and conformation. The causes of partial or total degradation of these buildings will be releaved along with any known intervention for protection or restoration of the buildings, where it existed. The Romanesque architectural style is considered the first European architectural style after the architecture of the Roman Empire, therefore the effort of indepth understanding of Romanesque ensembles as part of the built heritage, in the light of the material and spiritual values they carry, represents the first step in their preservation.
Cuvinte cheie/Key words: built heritage, historic monument, Romanesque churches
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