As from 1833 the author develops the public policies and institutions involved in the preservation of heritage in Greece. The administration of cultural heritage in Greece is developed along three main lines that evolve over time: i) national identity, ii) sciences involved in the promotion of historical monuments and iii) the administrative concept (centralisation/decentralisation). These main divisions correspond to differing policies and reflect the inherent contradictions as well as the reasons for successes and failures in public policy.
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