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Post-disaster excavations at Earthquake-Damaged Jagannath and Gopinath Temples,Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, Kathmandu Valley UNESCO World Heritage Property,Nepal. UNESCO has commissioned post-disaster rescue excavations at earthquake-damaged monuments within the Kathmandu Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site, continuing a mission initiated last year aimed at restoring Nepal’s cultural heritage. UNESCO, together ...
GoN, UNESCO, (2016)
Successful Completion of Heritage Inventory at Hanumandhoka A UNESCO supported project to create an inventory documenting objects recovered from Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, a site located at the heart of the rich cultural heritage of Nepal which witnessed significant destruction in the 2015 earthquakes, has...
UNESCO, (2016)
UNESCO Rescue Archaeology Mission provides instrumental findings to set up better approach for post-disaster responses to rehabilitation of earthquake damaged heritage UNESCO sponsored a multidisciplinary team, to undertake a rescue archaeology mission prior to reconstruction, between 5 October and 22 November 2015, targeting various monument zones across the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage property. The mission...
UNESCO, (2016)
UNESCO very concerned about inappropriate rebuilding of historic structures, in particular Ranipokhari Since the very beginning of the reconstruction, UNESCO has stressed in meetings and letters addressed to the Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation and National Reconstruction Authority, the importance of changing bidding procedures for his...
UNESCO, (2016)