Commission to preserve national monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Commission to preserve national monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Komisija za očuvanje nacionalnih spomenika Bosne i Hercegovine
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Logo of the KONS (CPNM)
Commission overview
Formed December 21, 2001 (2001-12-21)
Jurisdiction Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Headquarters Maršala Tita 9A/1 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
43°51′32.9″N 18°24′46.6″E / 43.859139°N 18.412944°E / 43.859139; 18.412944
Annual budget €0 Euros (2016)
Commission executives
  • Amir Pašić, (Ph.D., Professor of architecture), President of the Commission;
  • Radoje Vidović, (Professor of history and geography), Deputy President of the Commission;
  • Goran Milojević, (Architect), Deputy President of the Commission;
Parent department Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Child Commission
Key documents
Website kons.gov.ba

The Commission to Preserve National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina, (Bosnian: Komisija za očuvanje nacionalnih spomenika Bosne i Hercegovine), is Bosnia and Herzegovina institution which declares and registers the national monuments, as sites, places, immovable and movable heritage of historical and cultural importance to Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1][2] The sites of exclusively natural heritage are not subject of Annex 8 and the Commission.[citation needed]

Establishment and legal scope[edit]

In accordance to Annex 8 of Dayton Agreement and Act concerning the Commission to Preserve National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina passed by Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina at 119. session from December 21, 2001, where The Commission to Preserve National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina is established pursuant to Annex 8 of the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and basic principles and objectives of the Commission activities established,[1] as well as its te njeni[clarification needed] primary tasks and authorizations as Bosnia and Herzegovina institution.[3][4]
Act was issued by Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: Službeni glasnik BiH), No. 1/02 i 10/02.,[5] and Official Gazette of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina No. 2/02, 27/02 and 6/04/.

For declaration of the property to be the national monuments, property and political criterion are not of special importance. However, since 2016 three native members of the Commission are picked on the basis of their ethnicity (Bosniak, Croat and Serb), and regardless of their prior or current political engagements, which could prove to be controversial.[6]

Regulation of conduct and procedures[edit]

Regulation of conduct and procedures in a framework of the Commission to Preserve National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina are as stipulated in most recent Act of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, from May 26, 2016 - under principal provisions, methodology, procedures, cooperation with institutions and official bodies, transparency, and final articles.[7]

Commissioners[edit]

Members of the Commission for period November 2002 to February 2016

Members of the Commission since February 2016[9]

  • Amir Pašić, Ph.D., Professor of architecture - President of the Commission
  • Radoje Vidović, Professor of history and geography - Deputy President of the Commission
  • Goran Milojević, Architect - Deputy President of the Commission

Internal Organization of the Commission (Secretariat)[edit]

The Secretariat is managed and organized by an Executive officer.

Executive officer[edit]

  • Mirzah Fočo, (Architect - conservator)

Secretariat of the Commission[edit]

Secretariat of the Commission consists of:

  • Executive officer: Mirzah Fočo
  • Assistant to the executive officer for the heritage: Mirela Mulalić Handan
  • Assistant to the executive officer for legal affairs: Branka Mekić
  • Advisor for technical coordination (chief of staff): Damir Bačvić

Associates for architectural heritage monuments[edit]

  • Emir Softić
  • Alisa Marjanović
  • Medina Hadžihasanović-Katana

Associates for architectural heritage ensembles and cultural landscapes[edit]

  • Orjana Lenasi
  • Amra Šarančić-Logo
  • Adi Ćorović

Associate for archaeology[edit]

  • Zijad Halilović
  • Nermina Katkić

Associate for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention[edit]

  • Tarik Jazvin

Art historian associate[edit]

  • Aida Bičakčić

Budget and public procurements associate[edit]

  • Maja Turkić-Dervišević

Finance associate[edit]

  • Jesenka Drakulić

International law associate[edit]

  • Bedrudin Nurikić

Public relations associate[edit]

  • Inka Peršić

Librarian and documentarist[edit]

  • Almedina Salihagić

Technical secretary[edit]

  • Vesna Obućina

Criteria to designate the properties as National Monuments[edit]

The Commission to Preserve National Monuments declares legal protection of the property to be the national monument on the ground of criteria based on subject, scope and value of each property.[10]

I. Subjects of legal protection[edit]

A. Portable cultural property[edit]

Portable cultural property, individual or in collections, classified as follows:

  • small objects (home furnishings, clothing, working equipment, tools, handicraft products, etc.)
  • paintings,
  • books,ηγηξκπ
  • sculptures,
  • building fragments,
  • inscriptions, etc.

B. Immovable cultural property[edit]

1. Historic buildings and monuments[edit]
  • residential,
  • religious,
  • educational,
  • administrative,
  • public,
  • commercial,
  • infrastructure,
  • military,
  • hygienic,
  • agricultural,
  • industrial, etc.
2. Groups of buildings[edit]

Groups of buildings which are either part of a composition with a certain purpose or an agglomeration which is the result of continuous building in a historic core.

  • residential,
  • religious,
  • educational,
  • administrative,
  • public,
  • commercial,
  • infrastructure,
  • military,
  • hygienic,
  • agricultural,
  • industrial, etc.
3. Sites[edit]
  • urban,
  • rural,
  • archaeological,
  • historical,
  • industrial,
  • cultural landscape
  • natural site related to some ritual or tradition,
  • natural-scientific,
  • mixed.

II. Value[edit]

A. Time frame[edit]

Properties arisen from the prehistoric times until the end of the 20th century.

B. Historic value[edit]

Association of a building, or group or place to a historic figure in the history or a significant event in the history.

C. Artistic and aesthetic value[edit]

i. Quality of workmanship, ii. Quality of material, iii. Proportions, iv. Composition, v. Value of a detail, vi. Structural value.

D. Clarity[edit]

Documentary, scientific and educational or pedagogic value. i. Material evidence about less known historic era, ii. Evidence of historic changes, iii. Work of a famous artist or builder, iv. Evidence of certain type, style or regional manner, v. Evidence of a typical lifestyle in the certain era.

E. Symbolic value[edit]

i. Ontology value, ii. Sacral value, iii. Traditional value, iv. Relation to the rituals or traditions, v. Significance for the identity of a group of people.

F. Townscape/Landscape value[edit]

i. Relation of the form in the comparison with other parts of the group, ii. Meaning in the townscape, iii. A building or a group of buildings is a part of a group or site.

G. Authenticity[edit]

i. Form and design, ii. Materials and substance, iii. Use and function, iv. Traditions and techniques, v. Location and setting, vi. Spirit and feeling, and vii. Other internal and external factors.

H. Uniqueness/rarity[edit]

i. The single or rare example of an object type or style, ii. A masterpiece of workmanship or course, iii. Work of a prominent artist/ architect, craftsman.

I. Integrity (groups, sites, collections)[edit]

i. Material wholeness, ii. Homogeneity, iii. Completeness, iv. Unimpaired condition.

Official Gazette[edit]

Act was issued by Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: Službeni glasnik BiH), No. 1/02 i 10/02.,[11] and Official Gazette of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina No. 2/02, 27/02 and 6/04/. All later acts and decisions are consequently published also.[5][6][7][9]
Criteria are published in the Official Gazette of BiH and the Official Gazettes of both Entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina and of Brčko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Zapisnik sa 119. sjednice PBiH". www.predsjednistvobih.ba (in bs / en). Predsjedništvo Bosne i Hercegovine. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "DECISION OF BIH PRESIDENCY ON COMMISSION TO PRESERVE NATIONAL MONUMENTS". kons.gov.ba. Commission to protect national monuments. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  3. ^ "POWERS OF THE COMMISSION TO PRESERVE NATIONAL MONUMENTS". kons.gov.ba (in en / bs). Commission to preserve national monuments. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  4. ^ "Poslovnik o radu Komisije za očuvanje nacionalnih spomenika Bosne i Hercegovine". www.bkbih.ba (in bs / hr). Biskupska konferencija BiH. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  5. ^ a b "Službeni glasnik BiH - Pregled Dokumenta 1/02-10/02". www.sluzbenilist.ba (in Bosnian). Službeni List. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  6. ^ a b "Službeni glasnik BiH - Pregled Dokumenta - Odluka o dopuni Odluke o Komisiji". www.sluzbenilist.ba (in Bosnian). Službeni List. Retrieved 21 September 2016. U Odluci o Komisiji za očuvanje nacionalnih spomenika ("Službeni glasnik BiH", broj 1/02 i 10/02), u članu 7. iza riječi "Komisija usvaja opće akte," dodaju se riječi: "sa tri glasa - konsenzusom domaćih članova" i interpunkcijski znak "zarez". 
  7. ^ a b "Službeni glasnik BiH - Pregled Dokumenta - Osnovne odredbe". www.sluzbenilist.ba (in Bosnian). Službeni List. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  8. ^ "Andras Riedlmayer". library.harvard.edu. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  9. ^ a b "Službeni glasnik BiH - Pregled Dokumenta - Imenovanje članova Komisije". www.sluzbenilist.ba (in Bosnian). Službeni list. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  10. ^ "Komisija za očuvanje nacionalnih spomenika". old.kons.gov.ba (in bs / en). Old website (archive) Commission to preserve national monuments. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 
  11. ^ "Službeni glasnik BiH - Search result: Odluke Predsjedništva BiH o Komisiji". www.sluzbenilist.ba (in Bosnian). Službeni List. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 

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Coordinates: 43°51′32.9″N 18°24′46.6″E / 43.859139°N 18.412944°E / 43.859139; 18.412944