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JOURNAL OF FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING 32, 2017.y., pp. 103-118


HERITAGE BETWEEN SOCIALISM, TRANSITION AND CAPITALISM
 
DOI: 10.14415/zbornikGFS32.007
UDC: 72.03
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Author : Aladžić, Viktorija; Dulić, Olivera
 
 Summary:
 This paper presents a case study of three specific buildings which will serve as examples of the relation to the building heritage in different historical periods and the way in which this relationship has influenced buildings’’ state. Buildings included in this case study are Spitzer villa in Beočin, Fernbach castle in Aleksa Šantić and Synagogue in Subotica. All three buildings were built at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century in Art Nouveau style and are valuable examples of architectural heritage in Serbia with present status as cultural monuments. During the changes of socio-political systems on the territory of Vojvodina in the 20th century, all three buildings were subject to the same laws, but the ownership relations were different and the attitude of local community was different towards the cultural heritage.
 
 Keywords:
 architecture, building heri-tage, revitalization, Subotica syna-gogue, Fernbach castle, villa Spitzer