A controversial parking lot being constructed near the Banaue rice terraces is being called out by the head of ICOMOS in South Korea as being unsightly.
Unesco experts say 7-story parking building in Ifugao mars sightline of Banaue Terraces
Philippine Inquirer, 22 February 2016
The head of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (Icomos) in South Korea has expressed misgivings over the construction of a seven-story parking building in Ifugao, which she said might mar the already scarred sightline of the Banaue town center in Ifugao province.
Icomos is an advisory body of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco)
Rii Hae Un, a professor at the Department of Geography of Dongguk University in Seoul, also echoes her group’s concern over the uncontrolled development on the Ifugao Rice Terraces.
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