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Old October 17th, 2009, 03:13 PM posted to rec.travel.asia
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Default Preservation of My Son relics undergoes

The preservation of My Son World Cultural Relics with the help of
UNESCO has entered the second phase.

The project to preserve My Son is funded from the Italian government
with US$435,000 in non refundable aid and US$19,000 from Vietnam.

The Italian government has agreed to provide non-refundable aid of
more than $435,000 to preserve the ancient Cham tower complex in My
Son, the People's Committee of Quang Nam Province said Wednesday.

The funding has been allocated for the second phase of the project,
due to be finished in 18 months, which will preserve the Group G
towers of the world heritage site

The project also aims to increase the skills of experts and craftsmen
in the local community, to preserve and upgrade important
archaeological sites, create a foundation for the study and
preservation of historical sites and heighten the cultural diversity
in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
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