The Macau World Heritage Monitoring Center is expected to be operational by the end of 2022, with the primary aim of protecting Macau’s historic core.

The main area of ​​Macau Historic Center, including approximately 22 assets and eight squares, will be under a new protection system with more advanced equipment and digital technology to collect, analyze, manage and record data on the assets. . By monitoring center.

Authorities are the Meteorological and Geophysical Department (SMG), the Environmental Protection Agency (DSPA) and the Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO).

Macau’s historic center was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005. The organization describes it as “a unique testimony to the meeting of aesthetic, cultural, architectural and technological influences from East and West.”

At the regular meeting of the Cultural Heritage Council held yesterday, the council’s deputy chairman and Director General of the Department of Cultural Affairs (IC) Leong Wai Man said that according to the design plan drawn up, the monitoring center set up in the IC’s cultural heritage department The monitoring center, which is under construction, is expected to be put into use by the end of this year, but by the China Institute of Cultural Heritage.

Leung noted that the center will be directly managed by the Department of Cultural Heritage and will oversee other historical assets outside of the main focus of Macau Historic District.

The IC will also launch the “Intangible Cultural Heritage Management Guidelines” later this year, specifying criteria for the selection of projects to be included in the “List of Intangible Cultural Heritage” and the rights and obligations of conservation organizations and organizations. successor.

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