TITLE

Discussion on the Current Situation and Artistic Characteristics of the 4 Intangible Cultural Heritage Relics Worldwide

AUTHOR(S)
Wang, P. M.; Liu, G.
PUB. DATE
August 2010
SOURCE
Journal of Environmental Science & Engineering;Aug2010, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p60
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nowadays, with the rapid economic and technological development, people's material and spiritual requirements has got great satisfaction. In the course of historical development, ancestors of human beings created incomparable cultural heritage relics and spiritual civilization with their diligent hands and the great wisdom left us countless cultural heritage relics, many of them have become the famous wonder of the world. These civilizations and cultural heritage are located in Asia, Europe and America, Africa, for example, the Egyptian Pyramids, Acropolis in Athens, Mayan Civilization in Mexico, Mogao Grottoes of Dun Huang of China, Qin Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses Figurines, Angkor Wat-Cambodia, Venice-Italy, the Buddhas of Bamiyan in Afghanistan. The essay will mainly choose the 4 most famous representative cultural heritages worldwide to discuss their artistic characteristics, current situation and damage level and effective protective measures.
ACCESSION #
54854900

 

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