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Cultural institutions types: archives, libraries, cinemas, theatres, cultural centers, institutes for culture, museums, institutes for the protection of monuments . Archive is an institution for the protection of archival materials, which collects, preserves, organizes, processes, presents, lends archival materials and performs other activities regulated by the law. Archives deliver certificates on facts contained in archival materials based on which legal and physical persons exercise numerous rights. Library activity includes the collection, processing, conservation and use of library materials as well as the provision of information and data referring to library materials. According to the nature of the collection of volumes, destination and social function, libraries may be: national, academic, special, general, scientific, people’s and school libraries. Cinema is a hall or an open space fitted with projection facilities and intended for the general public. Cinemas can be independent enterprises, institutions or other institutions for film projection. Cinemas can be within cultural and educational institutions, schools and other enterprises. By types, cinemas can be: fixed, mobile and open-air cinemas. Theatres by types may be professional, children’s and amateur theatres. Professional theatre is an independent cultural and artistic institution with a permanent company (permanent performers). Children’s theatre is a theatre that performs regularly for children and may bare the name of “children’s cinema”, “Children’s puppet theatre”, etc. The report does not include radio-drama groups, puppets groups with cultural companies, drama groups with schools that perform occasionally for children. Amateur theatre is a theatre with a company consisting mainly of amateur performers and is independent or part of a cultural-artistic society, cultural centre or any other institution/enterprise. Cultural centers are institutions of predominantly local character in which citizens meet the needs of all types of cultural and artistic activities. These institutions combine arts of various genres with educational programs. Academic and amateur painters, professional and amateur theater groups, cultural and artistic societies, lovers of film and video art, etc. created there. They show theatrical performances and films; hold exhibitions and performances of musicians, folklore ensembles and other dance groups, as well as various cultural and artistic events. Also, in polyvalent cultural centers, tribunes, lectures and various animation programs for the audience are held. Finally, polyvalent cultural centers often have bookstores that allow citizens to follow new literary tendencies. The Institute for Culture promotes modern cultural strategies, explores the possibilities of application and development of new cultural models. Мuseum is a cultural institution registered with a competent body which has a permanent collection of museum objects which objectives (research, conservation and exhibition) are of public importance. The Institute for the Protection of Monuments is an institution that researches, protects and presents cultural heritage from the oldest prehistoric and ancient monuments, through medieval architecture, folk architecture, to monuments of recent history and contemporary art.
The Register of Geographical Names is the basic and public register of geographical names of settlements and spatial objects with data on their geospatial position, classification and other attributes and is kept in accordance with resolutions adopted within the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN) and INSPIRE directive. The register of geographical names contains the names of settlements, administrative units, buildings, hydrographic objects, traffic objects, relief forms, landscapes and plots, land cover objects, protected areas and other spatial objects. The Register of Geographical Names has the status of an official register and contains toponyms that are in official use in the Republic of Serbia, both in the Serbian language and in the languages of national minorities (for settlements in those local self-government units where provided by law). As the Register of Geographical Names is the reference base, all natural and legal persons are obliged to use the names listed in the Register of Geographical Names when using geographical names in official correspondence and electronic and printed publications containing the names of spatial objects.
Digital orthophoto (DOF) is a georeferenced digital image of a part of the earth's surface of certain dimensions that has the characteristics of orthogonal projection, obtained by orthorectification of digital aerial photogrammetric images, digital satellite images or images obtained by other remote sensing methods. Digital orthophoto is a digital topographic basemap that has all the information registered on the image since it was made (far more information compared to classic topographic plans or maps) but also all the measurement properties of topographic plans and maps of the appropriate level of detail. Digital orthophoto based on aerial photogrammetric and satellite imaging data for the territory of the Republic of Serbia was produced in resolutions of 10 cm, 20 cm, 30 cm, 40 cm, 0.5 m, 1.5 m and 2.5 m. The issuance of orthophotos is regulated Law on Republic Administrative Taxes which regulates the amount of the fee for services provided by the Republic Geodetic Authority.
Register of spatial units contains border, name and registration number for the following spatial units: Republic of Serbia, autonomus region, administrative district, city, municipality, cadastral district, cadastral municipality, settlement, statistical and enumeration district. Enumaration and statistical circuit do not have names.
Cadastral parcels are basic cadastral territorial units and represent a land part in the cadastral municipality determined by the border (boundary) which is marked with a unique number and on which there is a right of ownership. These data are part of the Digital Cadastral Plan, which is part of the electronic database of the Real Estate Cadastre. Data of cadastral parcels contain: cadastral parcel number, status of digital cadastral plan, the name of the political and cadastral municipality to which the parcel belongs, in Latin and Cyrillic, the political and cadastral municipality code, the parcel area, the parcel status and its geometry.