Influence of urbanisation on heritage register sites. Rzeszów manor-garden ensembles changes over time
Wójcik, Agnieszka M.
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Landscape of Rzeszów dramatically changed within last century. At the beginning of XXth century the city was still small, living in the shadow of other regional centres. Particularly quick urban and territorial development took place after WWII. Within the area of Rzeszów commune remain 7 manor-garden complexes set in XVIIIth and XIXth century. Four of them are recorded in heritage register. Apparently it were not the war acts that brought the greatest damages to the manors and its surroundings. Actually it were extensive investments in 1970's and 1980's. Historical ensembles in Staromieście, Załęże, Zalesie and Słocina after WWII were nationalized and there were allocated different public functions. This investments entailed most often far changes in land use of former manor-park ensembles. The article depicts changes in landscape of the city in XXth century, especially public investments in planned economy system. Spreading urbanization, particularly location of public services buildings in second half of XXth century changed former spatial structure of manor ensembles.
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