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In the United Kingdom, a scheduled monument is a nationally important archaeological site or historic building, given protection against unauthorised change. The various pieces of legislation used for legally protecting heritage assets from damage and destruction are grouped under the term ‘designation’. The protection provided to scheduled monuments is given under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979, which is a different law from that used for listed buildings (which fall within the town and country planning system). A heritage asset is a part of the historic environment that is valued because of its historic, archaeological, architectural or artistic interest. Only some of these are judged to be important enough to have extra legal protection through designation.

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  • Monumento planificado
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  • Monumento marcado
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  • Ein Scheduled Monument ist eine geschützte archäologische Stätte im Vereinigten Königreich. Im Gegensatz zu Listed Buildings sind Scheduled Monuments im Regelfall unbewohnt. Gesetzlich beruht der Schutz auf dem . Die Monumente werden vom erklärt, das Ministerium führt auch die Liste, in der sie geführt sind. Im Vereinigten Königreich gibt es etwa 20.000 Scheduled Monuments.
  • Di Britania Raya, scheduled monument (monumen terdaftar) adalah sebuah situs arkeologi atau bangunan sejarah "berpengaruh secara nasional", yang disematkan untuk dilindungi dari perlakuan tak diinginkan. Sejumlah legislasi dipakai untuk melindungi aset- dari kerusakan dan kehancuran
  • In the United Kingdom, a scheduled monument is a nationally important archaeological site or historic building, given protection against unauthorised change. The various pieces of legislation used for legally protecting heritage assets from damage and destruction are grouped under the term ‘designation’. The protection provided to scheduled monuments is given under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979, which is a different law from that used for listed buildings (which fall within the town and country planning system). A heritage asset is a part of the historic environment that is valued because of its historic, archaeological, architectural or artistic interest. Only some of these are judged to be important enough to have extra legal protection through designation.
  • En el Reino Unido, un monumento planificado (scheduled monument) es un sitio arqueológico o edificio histórico 'importante nacionalmente', protegido contra cambios no autorizados. La protección dada a monumentos planificados es distinta al sistema de urbanismo y ordenamiento territorial. Los monumentos planificados antiguos se definen en la Ley de Monumentos Antiguos y Áreas Arqueológicas de 1979. En Inglaterra, Gales y Escocia pueden referirse a Monumentos Planificados Antiguos. En Irlanda del Norte se designan bajo legislación distinta y se refieren a Monumentos Planificados Históricos (para los que tienen propiedad privada) o como Monumentos bajo el Cuidado del Estado (para los monumentos que están en la propiedad pública).
  • Au Royaume-Uni, un scheduled monument est un site archéologique ou un bâtiment historique « d'importance nationale » (nationally important) qui jouit d'une protection contre des modifications non autorisées. En 2010, le Royaume-Uni comprend environ 20 000 scheduled monuments parmi les 37 000 biens patrimoniaux. La plupart sont des sites archéologiques discrets, quelques-uns, comme la colline fortifiée de Woodhouses, étant toutefois des ruines de grande taille. Selon l' (en), un monument ne peut pas être une structure habitée, servant au culte religieux ou protégé par la (en).
  • No Reino Unido, um monumento marcado é um local arqueológico ou edifício histórico de importância nacional, com protecção contra alterações não autorizadas. Os vários diplomas legais usados para proteger legalmente os bens patrimoniais de danos e destruição são agrupados sob o termo 'designação'. A protecção fornecida aos monumentos marcados é dada pela Lei de Monumentos Antigos e Áreas Arqueológicas de 1979, que é uma lei diferente da usada para edifícios listados (que se enquadram no sistema de planeamento urbano e rural). Um bem patrimonial é uma parte do ambiente histórico que é valorizada pelo seu interesse histórico, arqueológico, arquitectónico ou artístico. Apenas alguns deles são considerados importantes o suficiente para ter protecção legal extra através de uma designação.
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