3.1 Organisational structure (organigram)
Chart 1 provides a schematic overview of the organisational structure of cultural administration in Italy at the four levels of government (see chapter 3.2).
Chart 1: Institutional structure of cultural administration at the four levels of government
Chart 2 shows the existing organisational structure of the Ministry for Heritage and Cultural Activities provided by a leg. Decree in 2009. Following the adoption of Law n.71/2013 in June 2012, the Ministry has also been entrusted with Tourism: as a consequence the organisational structure is about to change once again (see chapter 3.2).
Chart 2: Organisational structure of the Ministry of the Heritage, Cultural Activities and Tourism
Chart 3: Autonomous and ordinary regions in Italy; special responsibilities for heritage of the autonomous regions of Val d'Aosta, Trentino Alto Adige and Sicily
* Autonomous regions to which the state has devolved direct responsibility for heritage and landscape since the late 1970s. Region Trentino Alto Adige has in turn devolved responsibility for heritage and landscape to the provinces of Trento and Bolzano. Although the other two autonomous regions of Sardinia and Friuli Venezia Giulia are also endowed with more extensive cultural responsibilities and resources, the state maintains direct responsibilities for the protection of their heritage. All 20 regions have Regional Departments for Culture (see chapter 3.2).