Malaysia Penang botanical garden is suspected of the Japanese relics or for the world heritage point-coinwatch

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Malaysia Penang botanical garden is suspected Japanese relics or plus the original title is the inscription: Malaysia botanical garden of Penang is now suspected Japanese remains or for inscription points in new network on 26 February, according to Malaysia media reports, hiding in Malaysia Penang botanical garden for the first time the Japanese remains of public exposure, to the botanical garden plan application into the left. Botanical garden is one of the hot spots of tourism in Penang, but most people do not know it is the Japanese military stronghold in the two world war. The botanical garden interspersed with many Japanese sites, including Arsenal and ship tracks, the latest is the predecessor to the Botanical Garden Office (now herb herbarium) of the mountain forest, suspected Japanese incinerator and toilet remains. According to reports that incinerators and toilets, 24 local time, the botanical garden director Yazwa led the media to show for the first time publicly suspected Japanese relics, after hill stands a 6.7 meters long, 2 meters wide, 2 meters high elliptic cement structure, the structure of two parties have a the iron gate, one still preserved the iron bolt, a central stands about 1.3 meters of the suspected chimney, or used for incineration. In Yaziwalakaitie suppository, there is some doubt is a waste, or someone has opened the iron bolt, another entrance is empty. About ten meters away in the incinerator is a toilet, the toilet is about 3.3 meters high and no doors, to squat toilets, the central circular discharge. Mary Kaj, who has never been noticed, has been previously discovered, but has never been disclosed, so there is no record in the botanical garden that she discovered in 2006. She was convinced that the ruins could never have been exposed, and that some of the older workers might have known the remains, but they had never been noticed. She said that the Penang botanical garden plans to apply to UNESCO for the heritage, so that people will focus on some of the historical relics of the botanical garden, they will report to the parties concerned. Hu Jiyuan, formerly known as the arsenal, Yazwa also led the media to visit the greenhouse area of the Japanese Arsenal, which is now closed by Shek pik. He said that the Arsenal or for the Japanese collection of various arms, such as torpedoes and other places, in the Arsenal jungle also found that the Japanese troops left behind the track of arms transport; the Arsenal was somehow closed in 70s. In order to excavate archaeological sites and museums, and to make the armory re exposed, Aztec refers to the fact that the place concerned has been planted as a plant of Ji Ji, so it will not require archaeological excavation. 144 years old plant specimens are the oldest, in the botanical garden herbaceous herbarium is also a lot of treasure, the museum has 3000 specimens of plants and trees, the longest specimen collected in 1872, 144 years of history, for a hundred years of specimens. The collection of various plant specimens, usually required specimens must retain their leaves, flowers and fruits. "When the specimen was made, the specimen was washed with water, and then placed in a special oven for 3 days. The temperature ranged from 60 to 70 degrees Celsius, and then the specimen was 3

大马槟城植物园现疑日军遗迹 或为申遗加分   原标题:马来西亚槟城植物园现疑日军遗迹 或为申遗加分   中新网2月26日电 据马来西亚媒体报道,藏身于马来西亚槟城植物园的日军遗迹首次公开曝光,为植物园计划申请入遗加分。植物园是槟城旅游热点之一,然而多数人或不知它是日军在二次世界大战的军事据点。植物园散置着不少日军遗迹,其中有军火库和运送军火的铁轨,最新发现的是在前身为植物园办公室(现为草本植物标本馆)的后山山林,疑为日军焚化炉和厕所遗迹。   发现焚化炉和厕所   据报道,当地时间24日,植物园总监亚兹瓦率领媒体向外展示首次对外公开的疑日军遗迹,后山的山丘上矗立着一个长约6.7米,宽2米,高2米的椭圆水泥结构体,该结构体两方各有一个铁门,其中一个尚完好保存其铁栓,中央耸立着一个约1.3米的疑为烟囱物,或为焚化所用。   在亚兹瓦拉开铁栓后,里面有一些疑是废弃物,或有人开过此铁栓,另一个入口却空无一物。在焚化炉约数十米之外即是一个厕所,该高约3.3米的厕所并没有门,为蹲式厕所,其中央为圆型的排放口。   从未引起关注   随同阿兹瓦的草本植物标本馆员工玛莉卡伊说,该遗迹先前或许已有人发现却从未公开过,所以在植物园的文献中并无记载,她在2006年发现上述遗迹。她深信该遗迹不可能从未曝光,可能一些老员工也知此遗迹,然而却从未引起关注。   她说,槟城植物园计划向联合国教科文组织申请入遗,让大家将目光投放在植物园的一些古迹文物,他们将会向有关方面报告。   胡姬园前身为军火库   亚兹瓦也带领媒体参观藏身日军军火库的胡姬园温室区,该军火库目前已被石壁封闭。   他说,该军火库或为日军收藏各类军火如鱼雷等的位置,在军火库的丛林也有发现疑是日军遗留下的军火运输铁轨;该军火库于70年代不知为何而被封闭。针对是否会要求古迹或博物馆等方面来进行挖掘考古,使军火库重新曝光时,阿兹瓦则指由于有关地方已作为胡姬植物种植地,所以不会主动要求进行发掘考古。    144年植物标本最古老   在植物园的草本植物标本馆也藏宝不少,该标本馆有3000个植物树木标本,其中最悠久的标本收藏于1872年,有144年历史,为百年标本。   该馆收藏各类植物标本,一般上要求的标本必须同时保有其叶子、花和果实。   “在制作标本时会先以药水清洗标本,然后放入特制烤箱3天,温度介于60至70摄氏度,随后将标本以混合酒精的液体沉浸,后放在特制无酸性纸面上再用特制胶粘贴,同时进行缝补以使标本完整展现。” 责任编辑:向昌明 SN123相关的主题文章: