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The city's cultural and mining units actively carry out post-disaster cultural relics maintenance 2013-10-19

 

Affected by Typhoon Fett, many cultural relics in the city are located in urban areas and rural areas, and the disaster situation is unprecedented. The damaged cultural relics are mainly distributed in places affected by Haishu, Jiangbei, Yuyao and Zhangzhou. In the past few days, all cultural and mining units are working hard to carry out the repair and maintenance of cultural relics after the disaster. According to statistics, the damages of cultural relics protection units above the provincial level in Ningbo are: 6 points for damaged national insurance units, 20 points for 9 provincial protection units, 7 county-level cultural protection units, and more than 32,000 affected buildings. Square meters, direct loss and maintenance protection costs about 6 million yuan. Damages in historical blocks, cultural preservation sites and historic buildings in famous villages are still difficult to count. The main problem of the disaster was that the water was not retired. Tianyige Museum, Baoguo Temple Ancient Architecture Museum, Yuyao City Wenbao Institute, etc., as the long-term cadres and workers on the Wenbo front with anti-Taiwan flood control experience, they are responsible for their duties, and they are determined to move and relocate in response to changes and rises in water levels. Emergency and effective measures such as cultural relics, fire-fighting high-intensity drainage, and emergency reinforcement to ensure the safety of cultural relics. At present, according to the work requirements for post-disaster recovery production, the cultural and art units at all levels of the city are committed to carrying out disaster damage assessment and repair and maintenance work. Among them, some open-door cultural protection units have carried out work on cleaning up, epidemic prevention, and tidying up the environment in a timely manner, and are now open to the public and receiving tourists. Some cultural relics with serious water immersion are professionally repaired and maintained through ventilation, dehumidification, wood replacement, anti-mildew and anti-bacteria, and eliminate hidden dangers. Conducting post-disaster detection of cultural relics damaged in local landslides, roofs and walls, conducting expert assessments, researching design plans, and striving for corresponding funds, pending further maintenance and protection projects.