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A resident of Sevastopol was building a house and … damaged an object of archaeological heritage

CrimeaPRESS reports:

FSB officers stopped the illegal activity of a citizen in Sevastopol, who, during the construction of a house, damaged an identified object of archaeological heritage. About it informs press service of the UFSB for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.

It is established that a local resident, born in 1978. on a land plot rented by him from Sevastopol and subsequently acquired into his ownership, organized excavation and construction work on the construction of a residential building within the boundaries of the identified archaeological heritage site «Manor with a winery» (Sevastopol, Monastyrskaya beam, northeastern slope), destroying the accompanying cultural layer containing unique historical informationthe message says.

According to the FSB, the archaeological site dates back to the 4th century BC. BC. — I century. AD, is of historical and cultural value and is included in the unified state register as an object of cultural heritage of federal significance.

The Institute of Crimean Archeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences confirmed that the actions of the Sevastopol resident led to the partial destruction of the object and caused irreparable damage to it.

The investigative department of the FSB opened a criminal case against the citizen under Part 2 of Art. 243 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. The sanction of the article provides for a maximum penalty of imprisonment for up to 6 years.

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