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Damage to cultural heritage in the fall of 1998

ISNA / This news was written for you about the damages to the cultural heritage in the fall of 1998.

The cultural heritage of any country is the identity of that country and its preservation is the preservation of the identity of a nation and country. If this identity card is destroyed, there is no duplicate for it, so those in charge of this matter and the people should make more efforts to protect Iran’s identity card.

Undoubtedly, one of the serious problems for Iran’s cultural heritage is the protection of historical and cultural heritage. The destruction of historical sites under various pretexts and the lack of sufficient capacity to protect the monuments, the lack of funding for the restoration of historical monuments and the increase in the theft of monuments are among the problems that Iran’s cultural heritage is struggling with. “Today, nations and tribes identify cultural heritage and historical monuments in order to get to know each other better, and says that culture, art and Introduce each other to their rich historical background, which is why the preservation of cultural heritage is essential as a support for the continuation of a country’s cultural life, because the identity of any country is its antiquities and cultural heritage.

What did they bring to the historical houses of Semnan?

One built his house right in the middle of a historic castle; Moghan Kooshak Castle, Semnan. One bought his house with a historic castle; Quala Pachnar . Another built a wedding hall next to the ancient fortress and his business account is coins. This is a disaster that has befallen historical and ancient monuments in Semnan and no one bites. Although the monuments of Semnan are neglected and turned into personal property and split and disintegrated with cement, isogum and asphalt, but we can still try to save them.

Restoration depends on a budget that will never be allocated

Rabbit Castle Caravanserai One of the most important Safavid caravanserais located in the historical and registered route of Ardakan Yazd to Varzaneh of Isfahan is another historical monument in Iran that was neglected by the authorities and destroyed. And experienced turmoil. They are looking for a budget for a building that is in a bad condition and has been abandoned for years, and whenever this budget is allocated, they start rebuilding it. The then Deputy Minister of Cultural Heritage of Yazd said: the mentioned caravanserai had been turned into a place for keeping sheep by an occupier for some time, but the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage of Yazd evacuated this historical building, which is one of the Shah Abbasi caravanserais. A credit of 600 million Tomans has been considered for the restoration of this historical monument, which will be used in the restoration of the building as soon as it is allocated.

No one will take care of this building

A 700-year-old school in Yazd that has no guardian! Another catastrophic news headline about a long-standing monument.

In the report that in the fall of 98 of the situation Shahabuddin Qasem Taraz Historical School has been published: With the registration number 1007, it is included in the list of national monuments, it is in an unfavorable situation and has been abandoned due to the lack of a trustee.

There are mosaic tiles and embossed tiles on the front of Qassem Taraz School, and an inscription in the third line is placed on top of this door. On both sides of the door, inside the two rectangular squares, there is an inscription in Kufic script, in which the rectangular inscription of the left hand remains completely, but the inscription of the right hand has been destroyed.

Inside Kryas and around the gates, Surah Fatah was performed in Naskh script in white, of which only a part remains today. It was a mosaic tile that has no trace of it now.

A Yazdi researcher says: The last major restoration of this building is related to the last 50 years and the restoration of abandoned decorations and tiles has been cleaned in the last decade, but the collection of disruptive factors is related to the last year or so. Is.

Seyed Mostafa Fatemi, the then director general of Yazd Cultural Heritage, says that the guardian of the Qasem Taraz historical school is the General Directorate of Endowments. It is considered the General Directorate of Endowments and Charity Affairs of the province.

The General Directorate of Endowments and Charities of Yazd Province stated that it was unaware of the registration of this building in the endowment property and then asked the General Directorate of Education to follow up.

The director of education in district one of Yazd province states in this regard: The mentioned building is not part of the education property, but the education of many historical schools has its property in its custody.

It seems that this building has no special guardian and has been left alone; A building that was once the cradle of science in Yazd and is now neglected, and only those who pass in front of it, look at its tiled entrance and with a large, rusty lock on the wooden door will understand that Such a building still has no share in the history of Yazd due to negligence!

Its only name is Baghistan

For a green and historical area of ​​several thousand hectares Qazvin Garden have a national registration number and when needed, they blow the horn, which has one of the largest green and historical spots in the world, but the back They are doomed and they are not left alone.

They have learned the way well, or they set fire to the trees to suffocate the ashes, or they first dry the roots of the trees in the heart of the earth and by cutting them down, in addition to houses, construction workshops and companies. Municipal services in the middle of the traditional garden of Qazvin rise to the green ring that has stretched around the 9,000-year-old city of Qazvin for centuries and has become the breathing lungs of the city and even opened its place in the travelogues of various tourists. Delete Browse.

They brought so much trouble to the garden that the voices of environmental organizations and the cultural heritage of Qazvin were heard many times. In a statement issued in the fall of 1998, they called on officials of cultural heritage, handicrafts and tourism, agricultural jihad, roads and urban planning, the Environmental Protection Agency and Qazvin provincial officials to stop destroying the most important heritage of Qazvin, the traditional garden of Qazvin. .

The construction of the Quds Bridge destroyed significant parts of the best and most water-rich places in the historical garden of Qazvin, which is a world honor and has been registered in the list of national monuments.

With the construction of the Persian Gulf Square underpass, the unique soil and the best pistachio trees in the world were sacrificed and the entrance of gardeners and the people of the city to the orchard was blocked in that place.

The construction of Imam Reza (AS) class bridge separated the historical texture from the garden, destroyed the landscape of the garden and tore the organic connection of the historical texture with the garden that are along each other’s lives.

Not all monuments need to be restored

Abu Darda Tomb is the only remaining part of the Sahebi Darolshafa complex, which 700 years ago was known as the first hospital in Yazd and one of the first hospitals in the country, but now only a ruin of it remains in a corner of the historical fabric of Yazd. Is.

Only the ruined remains of Sayyid Abu Darda ‘, which is limited to three walls, remain, and only the ruined remains of the altar with the Mogharnas bed can be seen. The architectural style and its comparison with similar buildings also shows that this building belongs to the Mongol era, but since this registered building had a religious use, it is now considered as an endowment and property of the General Directorate of Endowments.

Seyed Mostafa Fatemi, General Manager of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Yazd Province, said: “A significant part of the building has been destroyed and cannot be used, so it is possible to introduce this valuable historical building in order to show it to tourists.” In the order of historical monuments for restoration. Not all monuments need to be restored, and some of them will require archeological operations, but this is currently not possible due to the province’s limited cultural heritage credits.

Qajar bridge was grilled

One of the reports of the fall of 1998 is related to the Qajar bridge, on which one of the tributaries of the Haraz River was built by order of Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar. This historical bridge was built on Baladeh-Yoosh road on one of the tributaries of Haraz river with the local name “Herdo Rud” which was registered in the list of national monuments in 2007 under the number 22027.

The appearance of the Qajar bridge is safe from afar, but in addition to the large amount of garbage left around it irresponsibly, iron barriers have been installed on the bridge, which is inconsistent with the bridge’s architecture. At the beginning and end of the paved surface of the bridge, two holes have been created, the cause of which is unknown, but traces of fire and charcoal can be seen in them. Apparently, when there is no fire inside this historic fireplace, these holes play the role of trash.

Restoration of the bridge after 9 months in the absence of cultural heritage

Member of Tehran City Council from partial restoration of Bridge was announced by the municipality of Tehran after 9 months and said: although the cultural heritage should be restored But did not do this important!

Cultural heritage is expected to be more vigilant about its duties by publishing such news.

Take monument management crisis seriously

Natural disasters are another threat to cultural heritage. In recent years, earthquakes, floods and fires have endangered the health of many historic buildings and prompted authorities to consider managing a more serious crisis in historic buildings.

Despite the possibility of any natural disaster in the country at any time, but in recent years, fires are still the number one flip, which sometimes leads to the holding of some programs and meetings that from the point of view of the same authorities and Heritage experts are a repetitive task. An action that is only taken without any proper planning and taking appropriate steps, so that one day they may reach a practical result.

In this regard, the first specialized meeting on historical monuments and fire hazards, which was held at the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Research Institute in the fall of 1998, but the important thing is that fires have occurred in historic buildings and have caused damage. Although the cultural heritage in the country is still a little smarter than before and at least is thinking of a way to prevent damage in times of crisis, but this issue also needs a more fundamental solution.

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