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-mining properties, especially the pit shaft assemblies in inactive underground mines, is usually conducted under the banner of ‘revitalization’, regardless of the scope and expected impact ‘OLD-NEW’ MINING TOWNS – EXAMPLES OF THE RENOVATION AND ADAPTATION OF POST-INDUSTRIAL OBJECTS 77 of the work. The main objective is to revitalize an abandoned or degraded area, which in the case of inactive mines can only be achieved by adapting them to new functions. This requires reconstruction, modernization and renovation of post-mining objects, and sometimes also their partial