(The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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More of south Lebanon's crumbling cultural monuments will get needed funds for restoration, Italian Ambassador to Lebanon Massimo Marotti announced as he visited Sidon last week to monitor ongoing work to landmarks in the southern city. Marotti visited Italian government funded restoration projects to fix rundown historical sites in Sidon Wednesday. The walls of the 4.5-meter-high rooms were constructed with monumental stone blocks, while the floor of subterranean room is some 7.5 meters below street level.Marotti and the delegation then toured a number of other sites before pledging support from the Italian government to renovate a number of other cultural treasures in Sidon.Siniora went on to say the renovation of the Sidon Castle was one of the many missions the Italian government had pledged to help with.
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