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Ancient Archaeological Monument Destroyed in Chita
18.02.2011 00:01
Ancient Archaeological Monument Destroyed in Chita

Chita Nature Protection Office of Public Prosecutor has submitted the claim to the Central District Court of Chita for the inaction of Regional Ministry of Culture on protection of the archeological monument Sukhotino from destruction to be declared unlawful.
      The archaeological monument is located in the vicinities of Chita, on a slope of the Titovsky Hill. The site includes several large settlements and workshops of the early people. There were found their dwellings with tools made of stones, bones, horns, ornaments of from a ostrich eggshells, works of art, and items of different stages of processing.
      "Here there are also settlements of the Neolith, rock paintings and ritual constructions, as well as burial grounds of the Palace culture, culture of tiled tombs, Burkhotui culture and Undugun culture, - the report reads.
      Source: [URL= id=209002&sec=1671][/URL]
Author: Vera Ivanova


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