Kerala govt opens 4 museums of Muziris heritage project

Mar 04 2014, 12:31 IST
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The museums will also provide the people an insight into multi-layered history of the ancient port city. The museums will also provide the people an insight into multi-layered history of the ancient port city.
SummaryThe museums will provide the people an insight into history of the ancient port city, which mysteriously disappeared sometime after the 1st century A.D.

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Suman Billa, secretary, Kerala Tourism, said, “The Muziris Heritage Project focuses on sustainability and involvement of local communities. The project follows international guidelines such as the UNESCO Charters on heritage conservation.”

The state government’s decision to revive the Muziris Heritage Project has been widely praised by countries across the world, including China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Russia and Bangladesh. The UNESCO and the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) have also backed the state government’s conservation efforts.

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