Heritage registers in Belgium
Heritage registers in Belgium include immovable heritage such as World Heritage Sites, and National heritage sites, but also intangible cultural heritage. The agency responsible for keeping and updating inventories of immovable heritage is dependent on the region, as is the name for the object, which is called Beschermd erfgoed, Biens classés or Kulturdenkmal depending on the language of the municipality of the location.
Three National heritage organizationsEdit
In 1835 the Commission royale des monuments et des sites (Royal committee for monuments and sites) was created to advise the government on conservation and historic preservation. This committee was split in 1968 into a Flanders committee (Koninklijke Commissie voor Monumenten en Landschappen) and a Wallonian committee, and in 1993 a third committee was formed to administer the area of Brussels.
The German-speaking Community of Belgium, part of the area known as "East Belgium" also hosts the European Heritage Days, and calls them "Tage des offenen Denkmals". The heritage protection of East Belgium falls under the jurisdiction of Liège province.
Heritage lists of WalloniaEdit
- List of protected heritage sites in Hainaut (province)
- List of protected heritage sites in Liège (province)
- List of protected heritage sites in Luxembourg (Belgium)
- List of protected heritage sites in Namur (province)
- List of protected heritage sites in Walloon-Brabant
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In Flanders, the European Heritage Days are organized by the Erfgoedhuis Den Wolsack in Antwerp, which is also where Erfgoed Vlaanderen meets. One agency, the Flemish organization for Immovable Heritage and three of its subdivisions are responsible for protection; the VIOE, the Organization for KCML. Ruimte en Erfgoed, Onroerend Erfgoed, and the agent for inspection, the RWO.
Heritage lists of FlandersEdit
The Brussels-Capital Region has their own protection agency called Monuments & Sites (in French: Monuments et sites de l'Administration de l'Aménagement du Territoire et du Logement Ministère de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale, and in Dutch: Monumenten en Landschappen van het Bestuur Ruimtelijke Ordening en Huisvesting van het Ministerie Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest). They publish the inventory of protected heritage sites and coordinate the European Heritage Days as well as the marking of local heritage sites with their own logo. See the List of protected heritage sites in the Brussels-Capital Region for the protected objects.
- signaletique Beschermd Erfgoed
- Website Archived 2011-07-13 at the Wayback Machine of the Institut du Patrimoine
- Jean-Louis CUVELIER. "Direction générale opérationnelle - Aménagement du territoire, Logement, Patrimoine et Energie". Mrw.wallonie.be. Archived from the original on 2011-10-01. Retrieved 2014-05-20.
- Website of East Belgium
- Erfgoedhuis Den Wolsack Archived February 10, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
- Website of the VIOE
- "Onroerend Erfgoed". Onroerenderfgoed.ruimte-erfgoed.be. Retrieved 2014-05-20.
- Website of Brussels protection agency "Monuments & Sites"
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