Xicheng District Newly Recognized 8 Cultural Relics under District Protection
Eight buildings in Xicheng District were newly recognized as cultural relics under district protection, the reporter learned from Xicheng District Commission of Culture recently. These 8 places are Xiban Bridge, Songyun Thatched Cottage, Shanzuo Guildhall, the Siheyuan in No. 23, Wudinghou Street, Guandi Temple in Zhuanta Hutong, Qingyun Temple, Sanguan Temple in Gongjian Hutong and a modern building in Jinjing Hutong.
Up to now, there are 368 non-movable cultural relics in Xicheng District, including 42 under state protection, 61 under city protection, 86 under district protection, and 179 ordinary ones.
Xicheng District plans to launch 52 projects of restoring government-administered houses to the original cultural relics during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020). By the end of 2018, 25 projects have been completed. This year, Xicheng District plans to promote the completion of 27 projects. Moreover, Xicheng District will launch the renovation projects of cultural relics such as the Temple of Emperors of Successive Dynasties in China and the Jingbao newspaper office.
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