Monuments of the Mazovian Voivodeship – protection, management and promotion, in light of the materials and substantive activities of the Field Branch of the National Heritage Institute in Warsaw

Margerita Szulińska

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Vol no: 7

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The Mazowieckie Voivodeship, created as a result of the country’s administrative reform in January 1999, is territorially the largest of the sixteen voivodeships, accounting for 11.4% of Poland’s area. Within its borders were included, to varying degrees, the lands of as many as nine previous provinces. In light of nationwide data on the stock of of immovable objects entered in the register of monuments, compiled by the National Heritage Institute based on registration decisions (as of October 4, 2010), Mazovia ranks third, with a result of 6343 objects.