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Conservation and Management Plan for the Historic Monuments and Sites of Ancient Quanzhou (Zayton)2017-08-20 10:13:18

Brief Introduction

This Plan is based on the basic principles in Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention (2005) (hereinafter referred to as Operational Guidelines) proposed by World Heritage Committee. It aims to establish a long-term effective protection and management system for the serial property of all 16 sites, which includes Wanshou Pagoda, Liusheng Pagoda, Shihu Dock, Estuary Docks, Jiuri Mountain Wind-Praying Carvings, Zhenwu Temple, Tianhou Temple, the Kiln Sites at Jinjiaoyi Hill of Cizao Kilns, the Confucius Temple of Quanzhou, Stone Statue of Lao Tze, Kaiyuan Temple, Islamic Tombs, Qingjing Mosque, Statue of Mani in the Cao’an Temple, the Site of Deji Gate and Luoyang Bridge. This Plan is centered on protecting the property’s Outstanding Universal Value, authenticity and integrity, which covers management system, value protection, zoning, tourism management, monitoring, publicity and education and other supporting measures.

This Plan is aimed for elements born Outstanding Universal Value within the Property Area and Buffer Zone of Historic Monuments and Sites of Ancient Quanzhou (Zayton).


Chapter1 General

1.1 Positioning of Plan

1.2 Basis of Plan

1.3 Terminology

Chapter2 Overview

2.1 Description

2.2 Components

2.3 History and Development

Chapter3 Value Evaluation


3.2 Criterion(iii)

3.3 Criterion(vi)

Chapter4 Analysis and Evaluation to the Current State of Conservation

4.1 Current State of Conservation

4.2 Key Issues

4.3 Integrity and Authenticity

4.4 Protection Measures

Chapter5 Evaluation of the Existing Management Status

5.1 Management Systems

5.2 Scientific Researches

5.3 Presentation, Publicity and Tourism

5.4 Stakeholders

5.5 Monitoring

5.6 Resources

Chapter6 Principles and Goals

6.1 Principles

6.2 Goals

Chapter7 Zoning

Chapter8 Management Measures

8.1 Wanshou Pagoda

8.2 Liusheng Pagoda

8.3 Shihu Dock

8.4 Estuary Docks

8.5 Jiuri Mountain Wind-Praying Carvings

8.6 Zhenwu Temple

8.7 Tianhou Temple

8.8The Kiln Sites at Jinjiaoyi Hill of Cizao Kilns

8.9 The Confucius Temple of Quanzhou

8.10 Stone Statue of Lao Tze

8.11 Kaiyuan Temple

8.12 Islamic Tombs

8.13 Qingjing Mosque

8.14 Statue of Mani in the Cao’an Temple

8.15 Site of Deji Gate

8.16 Luoyang Bridge

Chapter9 Management Systems

9.1 Laws, Regulations and Relevant Plans

9.2 Management Mechanism

Chapter10 Conservation Measures

10.1 Conservation Principles

10.2 Specific Conservation Measures

Chapter11 Scientific Research

11.1 Goals

11.2 Measures

Chapter12 Coordinationof Stakeholders

12.1 Goals

12.2 Measures

Chapter13 Interpretation, Presentation and Sustainable Tourism

13.1 Goals

13.2 Measures

Chapter14 Monitoring Systems

14.1 Goals

14.2 Measures

Chapter15 Resources

15.1 Fiscal Expenditures

15.2 Capacity Construction

15.3 Public Participation

Chapter16 Near-term Projects

Chapter17 Implementation

17.1 Examination and Approval Procedures

17.2 Supervision Mechanism

17.3 Feedback Mechanism