November 12, 2011

Borobudur is not eliminated as a World Heritage

             Kementerian Pariwisata dan Ekonomi Kreatif (Kemenparekraf) Borobudur denied admission dropped from UN agencies, UNESCO, the World Heritage cultural criteria. "There is no such statement (deletion). There is no threat to them also to write off the Borobudur temple of their cultural heritage list," said Plt. Director General of History and Archaeology Kemenparekraf, I Gde Pitana, here on Friday. He said it just received an official letter from UNESCO about a month ago about the appreciation of the agency of the government and people of Indonesia. "They're judging, we are responsive and quick response in cleaning up the rest of the volcanic ash eruption of Mount Merapi, some time ago," he said. Previously, was widely reported that the largest Buddhist temple in danger of being stricken from the list of world cultural heritage by UNESCO because of the community and the Indonesian government does not care for the temple assessed dynasty dynasty's legacy well.
           Temple considered dirty, unkempt and many are still covered the rest of the eruption of Mount Merapi, which has not been cleaned. "I reiterate that the deletion does not exist, Borobudur is still recognized as a UNESCO world cultural heritage," he said. Even so, it still reminded and urged that every visitor who comes to Borobudur for any purpose either to worship or travel while maintaining good behavior in accordance with the values ​​and cultural heritage ordinance treats. "If we do not implement the concepts for protecting and preserving the temple of Borobudur, it could have been crossed out by UNESCO," he said. UNESCO's Borobudur temple insert into the list of world heritage sites in 1991 and entered the cultural criteria represent a masterpiece of human creative genius. Construction of Borobudur are expected to spend the next 75 years and completed in the reign of Samaratungga in the year 825. 3FAEZ6JRNHD7 Source

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