Cultural heritage

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Roughly?

There is a concept in US/Canada, and elsewhere in the world about historical sites that are considered special, and part of the history and heritage of the people. They are occasionally called national parks, provincial parks, or for very small sites, Cultural heritage sites.

So, as far as the existing hardware, the things and footprints that are there, they represent our history, they represent those that came there before us - So, The basic policy it "If it was made by people, we don't touch it unless asked by the owners. We do not support anyone else touching it either."

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