Preservation of archaeological sites

Preservation of archaeological sites

In Tashkent International Caravanserai of Culture of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan continues workshops on "Archaeology 2013"

Master classes involve young professionals, archaeologists, scientists, museum staff, students, and are held in the framework of the project on the preservation and restoration of ancient archaeological sites. According to the organizers, training plays an important role in the further professional development of young archaeologists, familiarizing them with modern equipment and technologies used in this field.

As part of the master classes, which will continue two weeks, workshops will be held at the ancient site in the Tashkent region, the International Caravanserai of Culture of the audience will be given full information about the basics of archeology. Conference devoted to the prospects of preserving the cultural heritage of the Great Silk Road, which will help to identify new challenges in archeology.

"Uzbekistan is one of the cradles of world civilization, - said professor of Japanese University of Komazawa, Hiroaki Furusho. - I admire the historical monuments as Faeztepa, Koratepa. All this testifies to the fact that here, at the crossroads of the Silk Road, is still ongoing dialogue among the different religions , cultures and traditions."

The event was jointly organized by the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, Embassy of Japan, Japan Foundation for International Cooperation and the State Museum of History of Uzbekistan.

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