The mural on the wall of the ancient communal house of Tu Dong (Hai Duong City) had to be removed after 1 day of existence.
The government of Hai Duong city, Hai Duong province has asked the People’s Committee of Cam Thuong ward to urgently delete the mural painted on Tu Dong ancient communal house, affecting the relic space.
Earlier, on the afternoon of March 17, the Youth Union in Cam Thuong ward completed painting murals on the wall of the gable area of Tu Dong ancient communal house, a cultural relic ranked as a national historical relic. .
The left gable wall of the ancient communal house of Tu Dong is covered with colorful paint, decorated and painted with a map of Vietnam and very eye-catching flowers.
In addition, about 40m of the wall of the monument is also painted into a long picture. The project cost 40 million VND.
|Tu Dong ancient communal house was covered with paint and frescoes. Photo: Thanh Dong New Day|
Immediately after the large fresco was completed on the evening of March 17, public opinion reacted because it was an infringement on the monument. The picture is beautiful, but it’s not in the right place.
Receiving comments from the public, yesterday evening, this locality removed the fresco and covered the old wall paint color for the project.
“In the past, that wall was pasted by some people, painted with advertising information, classifieds … making the wall ugly. The ward youth union had the idea of painting and painting frescoes to make it beautiful. However, When the finished painting was opposed by public opinion, we had to repaint it and return the house to its original state,” said Chairman Dinh Van Tuyen.
|Yesterday afternoon, March 18, all frescoes were removed, returning space to the ancient communal house.|
The Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Hai Duong province informed that Tu Dong communal house was built in the post-Le dynasty and is a national historical and cultural relic. The house has been remodeled many times. The biggest renovation was in the second year of Tu Duc (in 1869).
But today, the relic still retains the basic architecture of the Le Dynasty (18th century).
Tu Dong communal house is an architectural and artistic work that is quite synchronous in terms of landscape, ancestral worship, and harem.
Nguyen Thu Hang
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