YANGON - Unesco would help Myanmar update its inventories of the ancient capital Bagan, an important initial step to safeguarding the site, the government said Friday.
People are transported on cattle drawn cart as they pass in front of the ancient pagodas at Bagan, Myanmar. (AFP photo)
"The experts from Unesco will train our staff on how we should do the process of inventory," Myanmar's Deputy Culture Minister Sandar Khin told dpa.
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