The chapter discusses the policy of removing “obsolete structures” for maintaining landscape integrity in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the crossroad between heritage studies and landscape studies, the discussion allows to identify some preconceived positions (eco-aesthetics, ethical compensation, un-do, one perception, no heritage) supported by certain specific narratives (renaturalization, restitution, restoration, disvalue, degradation) that justify a priori the removal. Revealing them makes it possible to reconsider the obsolete structures’ presence not only in terms of degradation, but also as opportunities for managing outstanding landscapes.