Nampula: The culture and tourism sector is focusing on cleaning up heritage places.

The Ribáuè District Service of Education, Youth, and Technology's Culture, Youth, and Sports Sector is stepping up cleaning efforts in the region's forty-eight historic sites and cave paintings.
The action intends to save and preserve the places in order to attract domestic and international tourists.

Ricardo Limua, Head of Culture, Youth, and Sports at the Ribaue District Service of Education, Youth, and Technology, stated that the process of creating car parks and cleaning trails that go to historic sites is now underway to increase accessibility.

Ricardo Limua argues that historical sites must be valued and preserved because they are a part of our history.

In order to better conserve and draw in out-of-country visitors  , Ricardo Lima states that local authorities and residents are dedicated to cleaning up historic sites. 

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