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Two different attitudes about conservation of cultural heritage were presented. Ruskinians with romantic sense of view positioned against Viollet Le Duc’s rationalistic solutions. “Preservation” has been established only by Ruskin’s followers in opposite with any kind of intervention degree of conservation into historic and cultural fabric of heritage buildings. Unlikely “restoration” of “reconstruction” has been used for saving of a great number of historic buildings by Le Duc. However the spirit of unity in style has been proposed to demolish those of buildings parts which were added to the orginal buildings. It was shown to what extent buildings of heritage have to be restored or preserved.
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