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Potential Transboundary sites

WHS for which there exist an entry on another country's T List which could be inscribed to create or extend a Transboundary WHS. Specify the T List entry involved and the country to which it belongs.

The connection belongs to World Heritage Process connections.

Connected Sites

  • Golden Mountains of Altai: China's "China Altai"
  • Laponian Area: Norway - Tysfjord, the fjord of Hellemobotn and Rago
  • Los Glaciares: Chile's "Torres del Paine/Bernardo O'Higgins"
  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary: Bhutan's "Royal Manas NP"
  • Mapungubwe: Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape (Trans-boundary Listing)
  • Mount Nimba: LibĂ©ria : Mount Nimba Strict Reserve (extension)
  • Ohrid Region: Albania has "Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Ohrid Region" on its T List. The T List entry makes no mention of a Trans-boundary extension and indicates the intention to include the lake and littoral up to the frontier (and hence the boundary of FYRM's existing inscription) - "Based on the biological and natural values the Albanian part of the lake Ohrid has been proclaimed as Protected Areas under the category V of IUCN."
  • Okavango Delta: Namibia: Okavango Delta
  • Old City of Jerusalem: Israel's Jerusalem TWHS (current inscription is exterritorial)
  • Phong Nha - Ke Bang: Laos - Hin Nammo
  • Serengeti: Kenya : The Great Rift Valley - The Maasai Mara
  • Virunga National Park: Mgahinga (Uganda). See the far SE section of Virunga marked "Gorilla sector" on this map which shares the Uganda border with Mgahinga -  Link

Suggestions?

Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Potential Transboundary sites?

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A connection should:

  1. Not be "self evident"
  2. Link at least 3 different sites
  3. Not duplicate or merely subdivide the "Category" assignment already identified on this site.
  4. Add some knowledge or insight (whether significant or trivial!) about WHS for the users of this site
  5. Be explained, with reference to a source