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The European Landscape Convention: From concepts to rights.

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The European Landscape Convention was opened for signature in Florence, Italy, on 20 October 2000 and came into force on 1 March 2004, with the aim of promoting European landscape protection, management and planning and organising European co-operation in this area. The Convention is the first international treaty to be exclusively concerned with all aspects of European landscape. The right to landscape could be developed on the basis of and as an extension of the right to the environment or of the right to cultural heritage, even if it must be considered with its own specificity. The landscape having become subject and object of law, landscape rights and responsabilities remain to be further defined and made more precise at national and international levels.

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