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Bam Ancient Citadel Undergoing Renovation

 

07 September 2006

 

 

 

LONDON, (CAIS) -- Executive director of Bam Cultural Heritage Station said that operations to remove the debris from the historical site of Arg-e Bam (Bam Citadel) has shown a physical progress of 47 percent and has now reached the highest section of the structure which is dedicated to the rulers of the arg.


Speaking to Persian Service of IRNA on Tuesday, Nima Naderi added that documentation of the Arg has so far had a physical progress of 45 percent.


Announcing that concurrent with operations to remove the rubbles, studies have also been conducted, he said that experts from France, Japan, Italy, Germany along with local experts are engaged in studies so as to get access to a suitable technique for reconstructing the adobe structures inside the Citadel.


Naderi noted that some 200 workers and experts are involved in the operations to remove the rubble and conduct studies.


A schedule, which will last for 15 years, has been drawn up for reconstructing the citadel, he said, noting that this year some five billion rials have been allocated for the purpose.


The Citadel in Bam was destroyed in a devastating earthquake on December 26, 2003.


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Extracted From/Source: Iran Daily

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