Mapping and Analysing Valuable 20th-Century Architecture (1870–1991) in Estonia

The 20th-century architectural heritage in Estonia is extremely diverse and it needs to be protected and recorded according to its typological diversity: starting from urban planning and landscaping to summer houses and micro architecture.

This constitutes the second phase of a larger project in the course of which the national survey of 20th-century architecture carried out in Estonian counties in 2008–2009 is taken to a more detailed and institutional level.

Coordinaator: Leele Välja

Partners: National Heritage Board, Estonian Ministry of Culture

Duration: 2010–2012

See in the National registry of cultural monuments


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Posted by Kristina Jõekalda