Test: Knowledge about Law on Protection of Immovable Cultural Heritage

Knowledge about Law on Protection of Immovable Cultural Heritage

Nekilnojamojo kultūros paveldo apsaugos įstatymo pažinimas


1. Cultural monuments are:





A part of the system of binding regulatory documents on management, where they set the rules for the planning, designing, carrying out of operations and for the implementation of the procedures related to the management and the requirements ensuring the preservation of authenticity:





3. Valuable features:





4. How is immovable cultural heritage classified?





5. According to the structure, immovable cultural heritage is:





6. The protection of immovable cultural heritage consists of:





7. The national policy of the protection of immovable cultural heritage is formulated by:





8. The state administration of the protection of immovable cultural heritage is organized by and is responsibility of:





9. Specific functions of the state administration of immovable cultural heritage are performed by and are responsibility of:





10. State Commission for Cultural Heritage is:





11. An object of cultural heritage is protect with:





12. An intermediate protection zone mitigating the adverse impact of human activity shall be established for a protected object or site. This zone may have one or both of the following sub-zones of a different protection and use regime:





13. The following safeguarding regimes may be introduced for protected objects and territories thereof:





14. The seller or the manager of an object of cultural heritage otherwise transferring rights of management (hereinafter referred to as “the seller”):






15. The servitudes of structures are established and other heritage protection requirements for objects and sites of cultural heritage are formalized by:





16. The special territorial planning of the protection of immovable cultural heritage is organized by:





17. The heritage protection requirements set in special planning documents and protection regulations are binding for:





18. The management of an object of cultural heritage shall be carried out:





19. The knowledge of immovable cultural heritage is disseminated and the heritage is publicly used in the following manner:





20. An improperly held object of cultural heritage:





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