In this diploma thesis we performed comparative analysis of the Franciscean land cadastre data and
current land data in the selected area in the cadastral municipality of Goriča vas. Spatial characteristics
in the beginning of the 19th century have been analysed using Franciscean land cadastre from 1823.
The Archive of the Republic of Slovenia sent us data for the cadastral municipality Goriča vas in
digital raster form. We had to use georeferencing and vectorization to convert cadastral maps into
vector form. The data from the list of land and building plots were collected in tables and joined with
the graphical data. Data about the current situation in the space have been acquired from the Land
cadastre at The Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia and from the evidence
of land use at the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food. The introductory part, in which we
briefly presented cadastral protocol, is followed by description of the methods for preparation of
archival data. In the main part of the thesis there are numerically and graphically presented results of
analysis, involving property and land plot structure as well as land use from the beginning of the 19th
century today. We came to conclusions that the building areas have been spreading since 1823, the
processes of afforestation and overgrowing of fields have been present, and the land plot structure of
former common pasture-ground has been mainly changed due to subdivision. Additionally, we also
described boundary changes of the cadastral municipality Goriča vas and fallows.