Intangible Heritage

Cultural heritage is not limited to cultural monuments and collections of cultural values. It also includes the traditions and living forms of expression inherited from our ancestors and passed on to our descendants as oral traditions, performing arts, social customs, rites and celebrations, knowledge and customs relating to nature and the universe of knowledge and skills related to traditional crafts.

The significance of the intangible cultural heritage is not the cultural manifestation itself, but a wealth of knowledge and skills that are passed down from generation to generation. The social and economic value of this transfer of knowledge is important for the minority and major social groups in a country and is important for both developing and developed countries. 

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Tangible Heritage

It consists of monuments, buildings, archeological sites, historical sites and “natural” elements, such as trees, caves, lakes, mountains and others. 

The material also includes works of art, manuscripts, documents, historical artifacts, recordings, photographs, films, audiovisual documents, crafts and other archaeological, historical, scientific and artistic objects. These are objects of archaeological interest and everyday objects, such as utensils, clothes and other cultural objects. 

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