10 new sites on the list of UNESCO heritage
• 10 new sites on the list of UNESCO heritage
As part of the annual session of the Intergovernmental Committee of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, which ended June 25 in Doha, the list of global landmarks has been enriched with several important objects. Committee members of the candidates were considered in 38 categories in 40 countries. So this year was marked by Bulgarian historical and archaeological complex, located on the territory of Russia, National Park Mareš - Beit Guvrin in the Judean Valley in Israel and so on..
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Iran. Sistan and Baluchestan. Bronze Age city Shahr-e Sukhteh.
South Korea. Namhansan. Namhansanseong Park, located at an altitude of 480 m above sea level. Here are the fortifications and temples of the 17th century.
South Korea. Namhansan. Park Namhansanseong.
Turkey. Countryside Dzhumalykyzyk reflecting characteristics Ottoman architecture.
Turkey. Bursa - the first capital of the Ottoman Empire. Photo: Mosque.
Iraq. Citadel in Erbil
France. Valon-Pont-d'Arc. Chauvet caves with prehistoric wall paintings.
Turkey. Bergama. The ancient city of Pergamon, founded in the XII. BC. e. In the photo: the theater.
Turkey. Bergama. The ancient city of Pergamon, founded in the XII. BC. e. In the photo: the ruins of the Temple of Trajan.
Botswana. Swamp Okavango is the largest inland delta of the Earth without runoff into the ocean. On picture of a flock of lychee.
Israel. National Park Mareš - Beit Guvrin in the Judean Valley, which includes a complex of caves Lower Judea and the ruins of ancient cities and Mareshah Beit Guvrin.
Russia. Bulgarians. Bulgarian historical and archaeological complex.