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National scenic area (NSA) is a conservation designation used in Scotland, and administered by NatureScot on behalf of the Scottish Government. The designation's purpose is to identify areas of exceptional scenery and to protect them from inappropriate development. There are currently 40 national scenic areas (NSAs) in Scotland, covering 13% of the land area of Scotland. The areas protected by the designation are considered to represent the type of scenic beauty "popularly associated with Scotland and for which it is renowned". As such they tend to be mainly found in remote and mountainous areas, with a review in 1997 noting a potential weakness of national scenic areas was that the original selection placed undue emphasis on mountainous parts of the country. National scenic areas do howev

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  • National Scenic Area (NSA) ist die Bezeichnung der in Schottland ausgewiesenen Landschaftsschutzgebiete. (de)
  • National Scenic Area (NSA) est une désignation de conservation utilisée en Écosse et administrée par Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). La désignation a pour but d'identifier les zones de paysages exceptionnels et de les protéger contre tout développement inapproprié. Il existe actuellement 40 National Scenic Area, couvrant 13 % de la superficie de l’Écosse. Les zones protégées par la désignation sont considérées comme représentant le type de beauté pittoresque « généralement associée à l'Écosse et pour laquelle elle est renommée ». En tant que tels, ils ont tendance à se trouver principalement dans les régions montagneuses reculées de l’Écosse. En 1997 un rapport de la SNH soulignant la faiblesse potentielle des paysages nationaux montre que la sélection initiale mettait indûment l’accent sur les régions montagneuses de l’Écosse.Toutefois, les NSA couvrent également des paysages marins, environ 26 % de la superficie totale protégée par la désignation étant marine. La désignation concerne principalement les qualités de paysage, bien que les zones de paysage nationales désignées puissent avoir d’autres qualités spéciales, liées par exemple à la culture, à l’histoire, à l’archéologie, à la géologie ou à la faune. Les zones présentant de telles qualités peuvent être protégées par d'autres désignations (par exemple, réserve naturelle nationale) qui chevauchent la désignation de la NSA. Les National Scenic Areas sont désignées par l'UICN comme étant des paysages protégés de catégorie V, la même catégorie internationale que les deux parcs nationaux d'Écosse. Au Royaume-Uni, la désignation NSA est considérée comme équivalente aux Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) de l'Angleterre, du pays de Galles et de l'Irlande du Nord. La désignation NSA n’est pas très visible par rapport aux autres désignations de conservation utilisées en Écosse : en 2018 un sondage du National Trust for Scotland a révélé que seulement 20 % des Écossais connaissaient de manière définitive les zones pittoresques nationales, 80 % pour les parcs nationaux. (fr)
  • L'area panoramica nazionale (National Scenic Area = NSA) è una denominazione di conservazione utilizzata in Scozia e amministrata dallo Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). Lo scopo della designazione è quello identificare le aree con scenari eccezionali e proteggerle da uno sviluppo inappropriato. Attualmente ci sono 40 aree sceniche nazionali in Scozia, che coprono il 13% della superficie terrestre. Le aree protette dalla designazione sono considerate rappresentative della bellezza paesaggistica "popolarmente associata alla Scozia e per la quale è rinomata". In quanto tali, si trovano principalmente nelle aree montuose remote della Scozia, malgrado questa debolezza sia stata poi corretta dal SNH nel 1997. Le aree panoramiche nazionali coprono tuttavia anche paesaggi marini e circa il 26% della superficie totale protetta dalla designazione di fatto interessa zone marine. La designazione si basa principalmente sulle qualità paesaggistiche, sebbene le aree sceniche nazionali designate possano avere altre qualità speciali, ad esempio legate alla cultura, storia, archeologia, geologia o fauna selvatica. Le aree con tali qualità possono essere protette da altre designazioni (ad es. Riserva naturale nazionale) che si sovrappongono alla designazione NSA. Le aree panoramiche nazionali sono designate dalla IUCN come Paesaggi protetti di categoria V, la stessa categoria internazionale dei due parchi nazionali scozzesi. Nel Regno Unito la designazione NSA è considerata equivalente alle aree di straordinaria bellezza naturale (AONB) di Inghilterra, Galles e Irlanda del Nord. La designazione dell'area panoramica nazionale non ha un profilo elevato rispetto ad altre denominazioni di conservazione utilizzate in Scozia: nel 2018 un sondaggio del National Trust for Scotland ha rilevato che solo 20 % degli scozzesi era "consapevolmente a conoscenza" delle aree panoramiche nazionali, rispetto all'80% dei parchi nazionali. (it)
  • National scenic area (NSA) is a conservation designation used in Scotland, and administered by NatureScot on behalf of the Scottish Government. The designation's purpose is to identify areas of exceptional scenery and to protect them from inappropriate development. There are currently 40 national scenic areas (NSAs) in Scotland, covering 13% of the land area of Scotland. The areas protected by the designation are considered to represent the type of scenic beauty "popularly associated with Scotland and for which it is renowned". As such they tend to be mainly found in remote and mountainous areas, with a review in 1997 noting a potential weakness of national scenic areas was that the original selection placed undue emphasis on mountainous parts of the country. National scenic areas do however also cover seascapes, with approximately 26% of the total area protected by the designation being marine. The designation is primarily concerned with scenic qualities, although designated national scenic areas may well have other special qualities, for example related to culture, history, archaeology, geology or wildlife. Areas with such qualities may be protected by other designations (e.g. national nature reserve) that overlap with the NSA designation. National scenic areas are designated by the IUCN as Category V Protected Landscapes, the same international category as Scotland's two national parks. Within the United Kingdom the NSA designation is regarded as equivalent to the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The national scenic area designation does not have a high profile when compared to other conservation designations used in Scotland: in 2018 a survey by the National Trust for Scotland found that only 20 % of Scots were "definitely aware" of national scenic areas, compared to 80 % for National Parks. (en)
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  • National Scenic Area (NSA) ist die Bezeichnung der in Schottland ausgewiesenen Landschaftsschutzgebiete. (de)
  • National scenic area (NSA) is a conservation designation used in Scotland, and administered by NatureScot on behalf of the Scottish Government. The designation's purpose is to identify areas of exceptional scenery and to protect them from inappropriate development. There are currently 40 national scenic areas (NSAs) in Scotland, covering 13% of the land area of Scotland. The areas protected by the designation are considered to represent the type of scenic beauty "popularly associated with Scotland and for which it is renowned". As such they tend to be mainly found in remote and mountainous areas, with a review in 1997 noting a potential weakness of national scenic areas was that the original selection placed undue emphasis on mountainous parts of the country. National scenic areas do howev (en)
  • National Scenic Area (NSA) est une désignation de conservation utilisée en Écosse et administrée par Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). La désignation a pour but d'identifier les zones de paysages exceptionnels et de les protéger contre tout développement inapproprié. Il existe actuellement 40 National Scenic Area, couvrant 13 % de la superficie de l’Écosse. Les zones protégées par la désignation sont considérées comme représentant le type de beauté pittoresque « généralement associée à l'Écosse et pour laquelle elle est renommée ». En tant que tels, ils ont tendance à se trouver principalement dans les régions montagneuses reculées de l’Écosse. En 1997 un rapport de la SNH soulignant la faiblesse potentielle des paysages nationaux montre que la sélection initiale mettait indûment l’accent s (fr)
  • L'area panoramica nazionale (National Scenic Area = NSA) è una denominazione di conservazione utilizzata in Scozia e amministrata dallo Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). Lo scopo della designazione è quello identificare le aree con scenari eccezionali e proteggerle da uno sviluppo inappropriato. Attualmente ci sono 40 aree sceniche nazionali in Scozia, che coprono il 13% della superficie terrestre. Le aree protette dalla designazione sono considerate rappresentative della bellezza paesaggistica "popolarmente associata alla Scozia e per la quale è rinomata". In quanto tali, si trovano principalmente nelle aree montuose remote della Scozia, malgrado questa debolezza sia stata poi corretta dal SNH nel 1997. Le aree panoramiche nazionali coprono tuttavia anche paesaggi marini e circa il 26% del (it)
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  • National Scenic Area (de)
  • National scenic area (Scotland) (en)
  • National Scenic Area (fr)
  • Area panoramica nazionale (Scozia) (it)
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