Diploma thesis represents analysis of changes on the land pattern »celek« from the first part of the 19th century untill today. We used data from Franziscean land cadaster, land cadaster, graphic unit of the agriculture holdings (grafična enota kmetijskega gospodarstva – GERK) and current land use. First part represents different shapes of land patterns and their meaning on the view of landscape and
detailed description of »celek« features. Analysis was done on 30 examples in three selected areas in Slovenia, where studied land pattern is specifically common. We were interested in knowing if original design and compactness of the property in one piece remains, while self-sufficiency didn't allowed major changes and dividing of the farms. Most of them remains concluded, in some examples we noticed they have agricultural field outside of the property of »celek«. With enlarged number of people migrating to the countryside, the property structure is changing in small degree, wherein typically dispersed populated pattern remains unchanged. With comparing property lists and GERK,
we noticed that most of the »celek« are cultivating lands exclusively in their ownership. Where they are already abandoning, their land is usually cultivated by neighbouring farmers. We also looked in the changing of land use on studied areas. Woods have extended, usually on the areas where used to be pastures and meadows. The surface of fields and orchlands have also been reduced. We represented results graphically and numerically.