Author: Nadia Quinteros
Worryingly. Walter Alva's Royal Shrine Museum Director condemned the invasion of four major archeological zones in the Lambayeque region. The archaeologist pointed out that few people of unscrupulous people were divided into cultural territories.
He explained that Afflicted areas are protected areas of Cerro El Combo, El Chorro and Ventarrón, Pomalca and Cerro Guitarra in Zaña. Both sites belong to the province of Chiclayo.
"The biggest problems we have today are the invasion of archeological space. In recent years, there have been four complicated cases in Pomalac and Zaci, where a group of people outside the place that entered the lottery, and many of them are earthmoving traders," he said.
Walter Alva He added that in some of these cases illegal invasion was due to the fact that some authorities would hand over land for housing construction, ignoring the cultural significance of these areas. For this reason he urged the police and the State Attorney's Office to intervene to prevent further damage to the heritage.
"Unfortunately, some poor authorities hand over land for homes, taps and tanks in areas that are part of our heritage. There seems to be situations of improper sale of land," he added.
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In that sense, the chief of the police macro-police, General Lucas Núñez, asked the institutions involved to uncover the illegal appropriation of land in order to be able to act.
Last September, police arrested nine people who tried to attack the archaeological site Cerro El Combo with bullets. Several months before that, the Naylamp executive unit and the Lambayeque Culture Department also intervened in this area in the presence of aliens.
– The Cerro El Combo complex was declared a Cultural Heritage on August 11, 2004. This zone represents the occupation of the formation period up to Chima, researchers said.
– In the Cerro Guitarra area, it has been discovered that the conquerors spread a lot and destroy the panels of the Ministry of Culture, despite the milestones that recognize the area as immaterial. This is where the museum was planned, but the project could not be promoted for occupations.