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Administrator lauds initiative of Harena Island inhabitants to preserve artifacts

The Administrator of Northern Red Sea region, Ms. Tsigereda Woldegergis, lauded the inhabitants of Harena Island, Gelalu sub-zone, for their initiatives to preserve artifacts.

Gelalu, 16 December 2010 – The Administrator of Northern Red Sea region, Ms. Tsigereda Woldegergis, lauded the inhabitants of Harena Island, Gelalu sub-zone, for their initiatives to preserve artifacts.

Following a tour she conducted in the Island, the Administrator observed the lifestyle of the people, progress of education, sanitation of the coastline area in general and the condition of artifacts in particular.

Ms. Tsigereda further highlighted the significance of the trees already planed along the shores in preventing pollution and conserving biodiversity. She also explained that concerted endeavors would be made to continue the practice in collaboration with the ministries of agriculture and fisheries. 

There exist ancient artifacts in Harena Island preserved by the local inhabitants, according to the Museum of the Northern Red Sea region.

Harena Island is located 11 Km. north-west of Gelalu semi-urban center.

 

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