In Kyzylorda eight monuments of history and architecture can be included in the list of the world heritage of UNESCO, in addition it is necessary to connect by a cultural thread the Korkyt-ata complex and Baikonur Cosmodrome.
In Kyzylorda eight monuments of history and architecture can be included in the list of the world heritage of UNESCO, in addition it is necessary to connect by a cultural thread Korkyt-ata complex and Baikonur Cosmodrome. The doctor of historical sciences, the professor, the corresponding member of NAN RK, the director of Institute of archeology of. A.H.Margulan Charles Baypakov told about it to correpondent of Bnews.kz.
" The plans of the regional authorities , for example, to include in the list of UNESCO memorial of Korkyt - he gave an example . - There is yet no less interesting and valuable objects , worthy of it. About eight sites may be included in the list, but 4 million tenge allocated for this purpose from the state budget is not enough to determine the boundaries of the buffer zone near the monuments, the preparation of management plans . At the site , the region should consider addressing this problem . "
"In Kazakhstan , as a whole, due to lack of funding delayed the preparation of historical monuments to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage list - added Baipakov . - Painting shortfall develops over Kazakhstan. Preparing the monuments of the first section of the Silk Road began in 2007 and lasted for 5 years. It is important that the same fate has befallen monuments located in the Aral Sea . "
By the way, at a meeting on the conservation of historical and cultural heritage in Kyzyl-Orda Carl Baipakov put forward the idea to connect the cultural complex Korkyt-ata and Baikonur .
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