Historic buildings in Dubai to be restored
A total of 320 historic buildings in Dubai will be restored by 2010 as part of the government's architectural conservation schemes, a senior official at the Dubai Municipality told the Gulf News paper. The civic body has so far restored more than 100 buildings in the emirate.
Ahmad Mahmoud, Head of the Historical Building Section at the Dubai Municipality, said the restoration work of historical buildings in Dubai is being done as per international standards by skilled and professional workers.
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