Is Kazimierz Dolny a monument of history?

Anna Wieczorek

DOI: 10.21858/msr.34.03

Vol. no: 34

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It remains undisputed that Kazimierz Dolny has special values for culture, and thus meets the requirements for a site wishing to be recognized as a monument of history. Unfortunately, the regulations on the protection of historical monuments: the 1966 and 1983 decisions on entry in the register of historical monuments and the 1994 order of the President of the Republic of Poland on recognition of Kazimierz Dolny as a historical monument raise a number of doubts of a substantive and legal nature – it is not known whether they are in force. Such a situation causes conflicts between a resident of Kazimierz Dolny and the authorities, especially the provincial conservator of monuments.