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Too many older historical buildings in danger and destroyed in many countries what are the main reasons and how to protect them

As modernization is taking place identity of ancient buildings has been fading, which also threatens
Nation's beauty. It is considered some of the human activities are responsible for this issue; however, it can be ameliorated with viable measures.
The first and foremost trigger behind this is migration. increasing job opportunities and advance amenities allure population towards other Nations, where ancient buildings have to put down in order to accommodate migrated people. To cite an example, Canadian government is providing several facilities not only to its natives, but also to whom are residing temporarily, thereby, Canada is replacing all buildings with new one to provide them shelter. Can this problem be solved? certainly, yes if government impose penalty on those committees who are accountable to make harm to these premises, will obviously have to preserve these.
Besides, industrialisation has also become a cause of demolition of ancient buildings since, unemployment has been rising in every underdeveloped country, where merely Industries have remained a last option with a view to balance employment; therefore, old buildings are being destroyed to construct more manufacturing units. As per survey conducted by 'home ministry' reveals that in Europe, 39% of medieval skyscrapers were pulled down so as to build Steel Industries
To curb this, constructors should be apprised how important these buildings are for the culture of the nation and also to be suggested to build it far from the city centres without making harm to existing ones.
To conclude, although burgeoning pace of migration and industries leads to destruction of historical buildings, yet it can be prohibited by means of government's endeavour by penalties.
As modernization is taking place identity of ancient buildings has been fading, which
also
threatens

Nation's beauty. It
is considered
some of the
human activities are responsible for this issue;
however
, it can
be ameliorated
with viable measures.

The
first
and foremost trigger behind this is migration.
increasing
job opportunities and advance amenities allure population towards other Nations, where ancient buildings
have to
put down in order to accommodate migrated
people
. To cite an example, Canadian
government
is providing several facilities not
only
to its natives,
but
also
to whom are residing
temporarily
, thereby, Canada is replacing all buildings with new one to provide them shelter. Can this problem
be solved
?
certainly
, yes if
government
impose penalty on those committees who are accountable to
make
harm to these premises, will
obviously
have to
preserve these.

Besides
,
industrialisation
has
also
become a cause of demolition of ancient buildings since, unemployment has been rising in every underdeveloped country, where
merely
Industries have remained a last option with a view to balance employment;
therefore
,
old
buildings are being
destroyed
to construct more manufacturing units. As per survey conducted by 'home ministry' reveals that in Europe, 39% of medieval skyscrapers
were pulled
down
so as to
build Steel
Industries


To curb this, constructors should
be apprised
how
important
these buildings are for the culture of the nation and
also
to
be suggested
to build it far from the city
centres
without making harm to existing ones.

To conclude
, although burgeoning pace of migration and industries leads to destruction of historical buildings,
yet
it can
be prohibited
by means of
government
's
endeavour
by penalties.

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