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THE RENEWAL OF THE RECTOR’S PALACE IN DUBROVNIK AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE IN 1979 – NEW EVIDENCES

Marin Ivanović ; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Mostaru


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str. 79-92

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The Rector’s Palace in Dubrovniku, the most important cultural and historical architectural monument of the urban historical part of the city, was heavily damaged in the earthquake in 1979. Three quarters of the more than thousand buildings that were destroyed in that earthquake were cultural monuments of the highest category. The renewal fterwards proved to be a huge challenge for the conservators and restorers. It asked for financial means, organizing strategy, legal base and an unseen social participation. For the purpose of investigating and repairing the damage from the 1979 earthquake The Institute for the Renewal of Dubrovnik was founded. It managed the renewal of the Rector’s Palace too, from the year 1982 till the end of the repairing works in 1984. The constructive parts of the building were particularly damaged, which jeopardized its stability. All floors and parts of the Palace were investigated and repaired. Although through the process of renewal the basic aim was reached, and that is a higher resistance of the building to the earthquakes, the experts believe that the investigating works were insufficient and the constructional works too invasive. This paper for the very first time explains the importance of the renewal study
that was done before the earthquake. It brings new interpretations of the conservators’ work and analyzes consequences that the adjustment of the monument to the museum has for the integrity
of the monument.

Ključne riječi

the Rector’s Palace, monument protection, seismic repairing, The Institute for the Renewal of Dubrovnik, UNESCO, musealisation, the 1979 earthquake

Hrčak ID:

170897

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/170897

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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