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The word “Heimat” (home) is still there but in a different context that changes its connotations: landscape is no longer seen as the home of people but as an inherited asset which could be lost and has to be safeguarded. 3. A shift from the life of the inhabitants to the visual state of the past as a reference point for quality. The omission of “heimatlich” (feeling at home) puts more focus on the historical aspects: it follows naturally that landscape elements must not be tampered with but 38 P.
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In legal texts such as the ones dealt with in this study we have the additional benefit that the term must actually be defined exactly when it comes to the implementation of the law or regulation. When an inventory had to be drawn up listing all the mire landscapes of national importance and these landscapes had to be delimited on a map, the surveyors had to have a set of rules with which they could decide where to draw the border of each landscape. In the context of the later texts, where no implementation has taken place yet, there are no such hard and fast rules.