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Hoi An works out restoration plan for 45 relic sites

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After discovering that 45 relic sites have deteriorated, the Hoi An Center for Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation in Quang Nam Province has adopted multiple restoration measures to ensure the safety of these relic sites.  

A view of Hoi An Ancient Town in Quang Nam Province (Photo: VNA)

The center surveyed Hoi An Ancient Town and found that 11 relic sites were facing extremely severe deterioration, 21 others were aging, and 13 were suffering minor deterioration.

After the survey, the center supported propping up five relic sites along Tran Phu, Phan Chau Trinh, and Le Loi streets before the rainy and flooding season’s arrival. Besides, the owners of 27 relic sites sought ways to prop up their facilities by themselves.

The center also suggested relocating 13 relic sites that are too deteriorated to be propped up. However, relocating these aging relic sites without changing their original structure would be unfeasible and affect the surrounding landscape of the ancient town. Hence, the center submitted a detailed relocation plan to authorities for consideration and approval.

Data from a source showed that Hoi An City is home to over 1,100 centuries-old houses.

(The Saigon Times)


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