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Monuments are buildings or parts of buildings whose preservation is in the public interest.

Such a public interest exists, for example, when a particular monument is of interest to settlements, towns, cities, for history, for the development of production and employment relationships or for the preservation of scientific, artistic, ethnographic or urban planning reasons. 

Any structural changes or changes in the use of a monument must be approved. Construction projects near monuments may also require approval (so-called environmental protection or ensemble protection). Only for measures that have been agreed in advance with the monument protection authority and approved by it can under certain circumstances, as the owner of a monument, a tax write-off or, in other circumstances, a subsidy or a donation from tax funds be claimed. 


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