Protected and conservation-worthy buildings (SAVE)

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Dataset information

Country of origin
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Quality scoring

Dataset description

The listed buildings have been designated by the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces in accordance with the Act on Building Conservation and the Conservation of Buildings. The conservation value of buildings is continuously assessed by the municipality on the basis of the so-called SAVE method (“Survey of Architectural Values in the Environment”). The method is based on an assessment of five different aspects of a building: Architectural value Cultural historical value Environmental value Originality Condition Each of these conditions is assessed on a scale of 1-9 and summarised as an overall conservation value for the building. Read more about the SAVE method on the Danish Agency for Palaces and Culture’s website
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