The little-known World Heritage Sites of the future

The little-known World Heritage Sites of the future

Unesco officials will be having a convention at the ICE Krakow Congress Center in Poland, to discuss the addition (and in some cases expansion) of 35 places to the World Heritage Sites list. These are some of the possible additions:

 

Archeological Site of Aphrodisias, Turkey

The Historic Perimeter of Asmara and its Modernist Architecture, Eritrea

Historic City of Ahmadabad, India

Primeval Beech Forests of The Carpathians and the Ancient Beech Forests of Germany

Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati Monastery, Georgia

Kujataa – a subarctic landscape in Greenland

 

Old town of Hebron al-Khalil and its environs, Palestinian Territories

 

Qinghai Hoh Xil, China

 

The Xam and Khomani Heartland, South Africa

 

Khor Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 

Kulangsu, China

 

The Lake District, United Kingdom

 

Parque Nacional Los Alerces, Argentina

 

Mole National Park, Ghana

 

Mongolian Daurian Landscape

 

The Naumburg Cathedral and the landscape of rivers Saale and Unstrut Germany

 

Sacred Island of Okinoshima and Associated Sites in the Munakata Region, Japan

 

Sambor Prei Kuk, Cambodia

 

Strasbourg – Grande Ile, France

 

Talayotic Culture of Minorca, Spain

 

Taputapuatea, French Polynesia

 

The Venetian Works of defense between 15th and 17th centuries, Croatia, Italy, and Montenegro

 

Historic city of Yazd, Iran

 

For more information visit: The Telegraph

 

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