Navotas holds training workshop for local cultural mappers
The City Tourism Office of Navotas recently conducted a training workshop for local cultural mappers to prepare them for the inventory of cultural properties in the city. The mappers will tour around each barangay in Navotas to gather data that will be used to develop action plans for the preservation and protection of the city's local culture.
The training workshop, which was attended by local cultural mappers, aims to equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge on cultural mapping. According to the City Tourism Office, the inventory of cultural properties is vital in identifying and assessing the cultural significance of tangible and intangible heritage in the city.
The cultural mapping project is part of Navotas City's efforts to promote and preserve its rich cultural heritage. Through this project, the city aims to identify and document cultural properties, traditions, and practices that have shaped the identity of its people.
The city officials expressed their gratitude to the local cultural mappers for their commitment and dedication to preserving the city's cultural heritage. They also encourage the residents to support and participate in the project to ensure its success.
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