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At the time of the initiative to celebrate 1975 as European Architectural Heritage Year (EAHY 1975), Croatia was a part of a socialist state. Not belonging to either of the political blocs separated by the Berlin Wall, and as a unit of a non-aligned Yugoslavia, Croatia's conservation system was both politically influenced by the rhetoric of leaders in a decadent state, and open to the messages of the changing Europe. This paper deals with the reception of the European Council's initiative indoi:10.11588/monu.2015.0.42434 fatcat:rjnjhmuu6jhc3gnoonjpf23uwu