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Archeology Monument of 13th 18th Centuries Damaged in Kostroma
30.10.2012 10:18
Archeology Monument of 13th  18th Centuries Damaged in Kostroma

Culture Department of the Kostroma Region has appointed a check-up on the case of damaging of the archeology monument of the 13th – 18th centuries during construction works in Kostroma.

      Construction of a mall began in the middle of October in the historical center of Kostroma in 44/7 Ostrovsky Street. 

      The owner of the future building launched earthwork and ditch digging without carrying out obligatory historical examination nearby the memorial stone at the foundation place of Kostroma. 

      As a result of carrying out construction works the archeology site of the cultural layer of the 13th-18th centuries was damaged. The monument of archeology is under state protection, because most valuable artifacts of the pre-Gold Horde era may be preserved there. 

      The damage from the destruction of the archeology monument in Kostroma may be estimated at several million rubles.


Sources: http://www.gazeta.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Kostroma Region Vandalism   

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