Classification Criteria of Historic Buildings in Hoi An Ancient Town

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Classification Criteria of Historic Buildings (Time of Evaluation and Classification in 2000)
There are five Criteria of Historic Buildings

Special Category: All original elements of these unique architectural and artistic structures have been maintained in an integrated manner. These elements have special historic, cultural and scientific value.
Category I: All original elements have been maintained in an integrated manner. These elements have special historic, cultural and scientific value.

Category II: All original elements of the front building, facade have been maintained in an integrated manner. These elements have special historic, cultural and scientific value.

Category III: The Ying-Yang tiled roofs and some original elements of the house have been maintained in situ. These elements have some special historic, cultural and scientific value.

Category IV: These houses are built in modern style using modern materials like concrete. They do not contribute cultural significance to the complex of architectural monuments in Hoi An Ancient Town.

Source: Hoi An Center for Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation

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