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The author(s) reserve the intellectual property rights to the texts produced, allowing the journal to publish the scientific work resulting from their own research, as stated in the Publication Agreement. Upon signing the Agreement, the author states that the article is an original work, has not been published before, does not infringe copyright and is not submitted for review or publication in other journals or collective volumes. The author grants the editorial office of Historia Urbana the rights to publish the article and distribute its printed and electronic copies (placement on the journal’s official website, in electronic databases, etc.).

The author/authors must obtain the publication rights for images, maps, reproduction of archival documents, etc., from their rightful owner, respecting copyright.

The author/authors reserve the right to use the article for educational purposes or various oral presentations without the need for editorial approval. Three years after publication, the author has the right to place electronic copies of the article on scientific, public access, personal or institutional websites.

If authors or other organisations feel injured/unjustly aggrieved by some of the articles published in Historia Urbana, they may contact the editorial office.