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This page gives overviews of freedom of panorama rules in miscellaneous unions and former countries. It is "transcluded" from individual page sections giving the rules for each territory.

UnionsEdit

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COM:FOP Andean Community

Andean Community

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There is a European Parliament directive on the harmonisation of the copyright law 2001/29/EC which asserts in article 5 section 3 letter h that the copyright law of the member states may restrict the copyright rights for sculptures and buildings exposed in public places:

Member States may provide for exceptions or limitations to the rights provided for in Articles 2 and 3 in the following cases: (...) (h) use of works, such as works of architecture or sculpture, made to be located permanently in public places".[1]

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Former countriesEdit

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Manchukuo

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Soviet Union

Most of the successor nations of the Soviet Union have identical provisions on freedom of panorama and restrict it to non-commercial uses only.

Refer to the pages describing the copyright rules for each member state for current rules.

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Yugoslavia

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  1. Freedom Of Panorama. European Parliamentary Research Service (2016). Retrieved on 2019-01-28.