(VOV) - Polish experts organised a training course to improve the technical capacity of conservationists preserving relics in the Centre for the Conservation of Hue Relics from September 14 to October 8.
During the course, experts and trainees worked on different stages of conservation and restoration of the relics using modern scientific methods to preserve the valuable relics properly.
In 2011, Poland completed a project to restore the Bia Thi Hoc Quoc Tu Giam Hue (the inscribed steles in front of the Hue Royal College) with a total investment of US$18,700 and also funded the project to restore the Linh Tinh Gate at a cost of US$25,497.
UNESCO launched an international campaign in 1981 to preserve historical relics in Hue and Poland was one of the first nations to send experts to help.
From 1996 until now, the Polish government has helped Hue with numerous restoration projects, such as The To Temple in 1996-1997 with total investment of US$900,000, and formulating a project to restore the Ta Vu House with funding of US$40,000.