Specialists from the scientific department of the Bendery Fortress Historical Military Memorial Complex, the State Service for Culture and Historical Heritage; the owners of the historical buildings: representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Defense, the Bendery Automobile Plant took part in the meeting of the commission. The chairman of the commission is Pavel Prokudin, adviser to the President of the PMR. The process of identifying these buildings was carried out on the basis of the Order of the President of the PMR on approving the Development Plan for the reconstruction of the Bendery fortress until 2019. The initiators of this process were the employees of the scientific department of the HMMC "Bendery fortress", having studied the Register of monuments of immovable heritage, i.e. those objects which according to the legislation are subject to state protection. The Bendery Fortress is registered as an integral object in the specified Registry, without specifying buildings (buildings, structures), which allowed the owners, despite the obvious historical value of the buildings, to repair, redevelop, change the appearance, use it for hazardous industries, which ultimately led or to their destruction, or the loss of the main identification signs inherent in buildings of this category. The staff of the scientific department made descriptions, measurements, photographing of all buildings in the territory of the Bendery fortress within 4 months, which, in their opinion, require separate accounting and, accordingly, state protection. During the meeting of the commission, each building was carefully considered separately, its state, dating, fortification type, and existing functional use were recorded. In total it is supposed to register 39 buildings and structures. The citadel of the fortress with the adjoining buildings, the towers, the building of the powder cellar, the church of Alexander Nevsky entered here. The largest number of buildings presented for registration are flank casemate caponiers (buildings with earthen roofs), built during the beginning and end of the 19th century, built in a fortress designed by the general engineer of the Russian army Totleben. It is also supposed to put on record the historic gates of the fortress, such as the Grigorievsky and St. George (Yasskie). At present, after the list of buildings and structures have been approved, these changes will be sent to the Supreme Council of the PMR to be entered into the existing Registry at the legislative level. Subsequently, each owner of historical buildings will receive a corresponding security obligation, which will clearly spell out his rights and obligations when using historic structures.
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