Where do heritage guardians sleep? Is it dangerous at night?

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A heritage guard recounts his own experience: "I have never fallen asleep while working. Sometimes when it is very quiet in the museum, which rarely happens, your eyes dare to get heavy. Then you have to stand up quickly and walk around. There used to be a night watchman in uniform, with a gun. Today this function no longer exists, in the evening we, the heritage guards, go home and the whole museum building is secured by an alarm.

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