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A Monument Historique (MH) in France is a legal designation given to buildings or structures that have been deemed to be of significant historical, architectural, or cultural value by the French government. This designation provides legal protection to the property, ensuring that it is preserved and maintained for future generations.
To be classified as a Monument Historique, a building or structure must meet certain criteria, including being at least 50 years old and having significant historical or cultural significance. The designation applies not only to buildings and structures but also to objects and collections, such as paintings, sculptures, and archaeological artifacts.
Owners of Monument Historiques are eligible for tax credits and other financial incentives to help them maintain and restore their properties. The French government also provides funding for the preservation and restoration of these monuments, as they are considered to be an important part of France's cultural heritage.
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