According to ISNA, the 44th UNESCO World Heritage Committee was held virtually in Fuji, China, during which they discussed 39 proposals.
By reviewing the files of 2020 and 2021, the Committee included other places in different parts of the world in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Iran national Railway and the Cultural Landscape of Uraman were Iran’s cases that they accepted.
The list includes natural sites, like the Kaeng Krachan forests in Thailand, which are best known for their endangered plants and birds.
About 20 cultural sites, including the Jordanian city of Al-Salt, have also been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Cancillo archeological and astronomical complex in Peru, formerly used to observe the sun’s motion and determine the time of year, was among the files approved by the UNESCO Committee.
Eleven cities with springs from Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, and Italy were also registered in this year’s UNESCO meeting as a joint case.
“Baden-Wien” in Austria, “Karlovy Vary” in the Czech Republic, “Vichy” in France, “Baden-Baden” and “Bad Ames” in Germany, “Bath” in the UK, “Frantiکوkovi Lazni” in the Czech Republic, “Spa” in Belgium “Marianske Lazne” in the Czech Republic, “Bad Kissingen” in Germany and “Montecatini Terme” in Italy make up this list. All of these cities are built around natural mineral springs.
The “Croydon Lighthouse” in France, also known as the “King’s Lighthouse,” is another successful French case. This building was built between the 16th and 17th centuries AD.
“Arsalantepe” in Turkey, a 30-meter hill and dates back to at least the sixth century BC, was another successful case this year.
The list also includes the Matildenhoe in Darmstadt in Germany and the Padua 14th-century fresco collection in Italy.
During the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, “Liverpool” in the UK was removed from the World Heritage List. Italy and Australia were also able to prevent Venice and the Great Barrier Reef from entering the endangered World Heritage List.