The head of the General Department of Heritage, Culture, Tourism, and Handicrafts of Semnan Province announced plans to turn Nokhost Bath of Semnan into a hydrotherapy center.
Hamidreza Doostmohammadi in a sympathy meeting and celebration of cultural heritage activists in Semnan city on the occasion of Cultural Heritage Week said: Historical buildings will be destroyed if left unused so they have decided to turn Nokhost Bath of Semnan into a hydrotherapy center.
The head of Culture and Tourism of the province pointed out: this bath will be handed over to the private sector while maintaining the conditions of traditional bathing places.
He added that the restoration and protection of historical monuments in Semnan province will be accelerated with the participation of people and NGOs: Restoration, protection, and preservation of historical monuments is not the sole responsibility of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts and requires the participation of people, NGOs, specialists, agencies It has related executives and media.
He stated that in Semnan province, the ownership of some buildings is in the possession of other executive bodies, and said: “It is planned to hold meetings throughout the province with other executive bodies in charge of owning historical buildings, people and tourists to visit the buildings that are not available to the General Administration.
According to this, the plan to turn the Nokhost Bath of Semnan into a hydrotherapy center is underway and agreed upon.
He further added that the working group of cultural heritage NGOs in each city should be strengthened and supported. They were the ones to suggest using Nokhost Bath again.
He thanked the people who are involved in protecting the cultural heritage and language of Semnani and expressed hope that one day we will see the slogan of protecting cultural heritage in the language of every people.
Nokhost Bath is one of the national monuments registered in Semnan, which dates back to the late Qajar period.
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