Hungary Submits Budapest Conservation Report to UNESCO

The Prime Minister's Office plans shift in to Buda Castle premises.
The Prime Minister's Office plans to shift in to Buda Castle premises. Image: hpgruesen Wikimedia CC0

The Hungarian government has submitted a report detailing the reconstruction plans and construction projects at the Buda Castle which UNESCO fears can put the monument’s World Heritage Site status in risk.

The report will reviewed by the World Heritage Committee who will release their conclusion in their upcoming session. The government is confident of their approval. The Prime Minister’s Office believes that its management may even serve as an example to other major cities.

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