The Fine Arts Department (FAD) is restoring six archaeological sites in Bangkok which were damaged by severe flooding last year.
Workers dig around the 96-year-old Bangor Mosque in Charan Sanitwong Soi 86, lifting it up to avoid floods. It is one of Bangkok’s six archaeological sites that are being restored after being damaged by severe flooding last year. APICHART JINAKUL
Tharapong Srisuchat, director of the FAD's Archaeology Office, said a budget of 35.5 million baht is being spent on improving drainage systems and installing emergency water pumps in these six prioritised archaeological sites. The work being undertaken includes adjusting floor levels and restoring the landscapes.
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