Paintings on wall surfaces accompany us every day and are a testimony to centuries of art and cultural history. Damage to murals is mainly due to environmental influences. Paintings on facades are particularly exposed to the weather. These include water, UV radiation, salts, pollutants in the air as well as fungi and other microorganisms.
Wall painting is firmly connected to its surface, so the history of the painting is strongly linked to the history of the building. This is the biggest challenge in the area of ​​monument protection. Inscriptions, frescoes, ründi paintings and peasant paintings on cupboards, chests or walls.
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