Uzbekistan and Spain combine to restore historic monuments
The Ministry of Culture of Uzbekistan has signed a deal with the Spanish restoration specialist Proyectos у Rehabilitaciones Kalam S.А. to help conserve and restore some of Uzbekistan's magnificent heritage sites.
The memorandum of understanding was signed in Tashkent by Ipak Yo‘li Ofisi under the State Tourism Committee, Main Scientific-Production Department on Protection and Use of Cultural Heritage Objects under the Ministry of culture of Uzbekistan, and Proyectos у Rehabilitaciones Kalam
Within the memorandum, the sides will cooperate in research, conservation and restoration of cultural heritage sites in Uzbekistan. The country has a fabulous wealth of such sites - its location on the Silk Road and its role in thousands of years of global history means its main historic sites such as Bukhara and Samarkand attract visitors from all over the world.
Based in six countries around the world, Madrid-headquartered Kalam is one the world's leading specialists in restoring and conserving archeological and heritage sites.
Image: Yunuskhuja Tuygunkhujaev via Wikimedia Creative Commons
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