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Author elsslots
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#31 | Posted: 26 Sep 2016 12:45 

Author warwass
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#32 | Posted: 18 Oct 2016 06:09 
Potential Candidates for 2019
Great Spas of Europe (Austria, Belgium, Czechia, France, Germany, Italy, UK)
Worship wooden architecture (17th -18th centuries) in Polesye (Belarus)
Les sites de métallurgie ancienne de réduction du fer dans les espaces boose et bwi (Burkina Faso)
Sultanats Historiques des Comores (Comores)
Les Iles Marquises (France)
Metz Royale et Impériale, enjeux de pouvoir, confrontations stylistiques et identité urbaine (France)
Nîmes, l'Antiquité au présent (France)
Phare de Cordouan (France)
Hydraulic Engineering and Hydropower, Drinking Water and Decorative Fountains in Augsburg (Germany)
Padova Urbs Picta. Giotto, the Scrovegni Chapel and the 14th century painting cycles (Italy)
The Porticoes of Bologna (Italy)
Jômon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaidô, Northern Tôhoku, and other regions (Japan)
The Sado complex of heritage mines, primarily gold mines (Japan)
Coral Stone Mosques of Maldives (Maldives)
Kamablon (Mali)
Bagan Archaeological Area and Monuments (Myanmar)
Northern Mountain Forest Complex (Myanmar)
Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie (Netherlands)
Auckland Volcanic Fields (New Zealand)
Ancient Kano City Walls and Asociated Sties (Nigeria)
Batanes Protected landscapes and seascapes (Philippines)
Pombaline 'Baixa' or Downtown of Lisbon (Portugal)
Gaya Tumuli of Gimhae - Haman (Republic of Korea)
Southwestern Coast Tidal Flats (Republic of Korea)
Seowon, Confucian Academies of Korea (Republic of Korea)
L'ensemble monumental de Tirgu Jiu (Romania)
Memorial Sites of genocide: Nyamata, Murambi and Bisesero Gisozi (Rwanda)
Al-Ahsa Oasis Cultural Heritage Landscape (Saudi Arabia)
Risco Caido and the sacred mountains of Gran Canaria Cultural Landscape (Spain)
Monuments, Sites and Cultural Landscape of Chiang Mai, Capital of Lanna (Thailand)
Badhyz State Nature Reserve (Turkmenistan)

Author winterkjm
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#33 | Posted: 18 Oct 2016 07:21 
Hin Nam No National Protected Area (Laos), plans to submit in February 2017, but it would not be able to reach the WHC until 2019 since it was only just recently submitted as a tentative nomination.

http://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2016/10/laos-seeks-heritage-status/

Author Assif
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#34 | Posted: 28 Oct 2016 09:53 | Edited by: Assif 
Now that the operational guidelines have been changed only one nomination per state party can be put forward. This will effect Japan, Italy, France, South Korea and Myanmar.

Author winterkjm
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#35 | Posted: 30 Oct 2016 06:31 | Edited by: winterkjm 
I think Bagan is the priority site from Myanmar.

http://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2016/10/bagan-finalises-restoration-projects/

warwass:
Gaya Tumuli of Gimhae - Haman (Republic of Korea)
Southwestern Coast Tidal Flats (Republic of Korea)
Seowon, Confucian Academies of Korea (Republic of Korea)

For Korea, one of these nominations may sneak in for 2018, alongside the serial Buddhist temple nomination.

Author winterkjm
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#36 | Posted: 30 Oct 2016 12:55 
Seowon, Confucian Academies of Korea is the priority candidate for 2019.

http://www.todayan.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=135942

Southwestern Coast Tidal Flats is ALSO the priority candidate for 2019. The original tidal flat nomination has expanded to include Yubo-do.

Also said, "yubudo and the importance and value of the Southwest Coast tidal including tidal and ensure sustainability, it is going to related projects also sequentially," said "to the 2019 goal of the UNESCO-listed World Heritage Jeonbuk (Gomso Bay tidal flats), Jeonnam (Archipelago will continue to build coordination system as mudflats, tidal flats of Suncheon, Boseong), "he said.

http://m.cctoday.co.kr/?mod=news&act=articleView&idxno=1010528

This makes me think both nominations will be submitted for 2019, but only 1 will be evaluated by ICOMOS/IUCN.

Author elsslots
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#37 | Posted: 30 Oct 2016 14:08 | Edited by: elsslots 
winterkjm:
This makes me think both nominations will be submitted for 2019, but only 1 will be evaluated by ICOMOS/IUCN.

The natural one (Tidal Flats) will automatically take precedence, won't it? Or would countries have to choose among their nominations? I think UNESCO will just go down the preference list until they reach 25, like we did in our excercise.

P.S.: I just re-read the new Operational Guidelines, and the "1 per country rule" comes before the limit of 25. So that means a country will have to choose first among their darlings.

Author winterkjm
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#38 | Posted: 30 Oct 2016 16:50 | Edited by: winterkjm 
elsslots:
P.S.: I just re-read the new Operational Guidelines, and the "1 per country rule" comes before the limit of 25. So that means a country will have to choose first among their darlings.

Is it 25 nominations? This document says 35.

http://whc.unesco.org/archive/2016/whc16-40com-13A-en.pdf

Author elsslots
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#39 | Posted: 8 Nov 2016 23:32 
warwass:
Memorial Sites of genocide: Nyamata, Murambi and Bisesero Gisozi (Rwanda)

Getting more serious now. Talk is of 2018, but that can also mean submitting in 2018 for nomination in 2019.
http://www.newtimes.co.rw/section/article/2016-11-09/205194/

Author winterkjm
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#40 | Posted: 26 Dec 2016 14:25 | Edited by: winterkjm 
Potential Candidates for 2019
Great Spas of Europe (Austria, Belgium, Czechia, France, Germany, Italy, UK)
Ancient metallurgy sites of Iron Production (Ronguin, Tiwega, Yamane, Kindbo, Bekuy, Douroula) (Burkina Faso)
City Walls of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (China)
The Ancient Waterfront Towns in the South of Yangtze River (China)
Sultanats Historiques des Comores (Comores)
Les Iles Marquises (France)
Nîmes, l'Antiquité au présent (France)
Hydraulic Engineering and Hydropower, Drinking Water and Decorative Fountains in Augsburg (Germany)
Padova Urbs Picta. Giotto, the Scrovegni Chapel and the 14th century painting cycles (Italy)
The Porticoes of Bologna (Italy)
Hin Nam No National Protected Area (Laos)
Kamablon (Mali)
Bagan Archaeological Area and Monuments (Myanmar)
Northern Mountain Forest Complex (Myanmar)
Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie (Netherlands)
Ancient Kano City Walls and Associated Sites (Nigeria)
Batanes Protected landscapes and seascapes (Philippines)
Pombaline 'Baixa' or Downtown of Lisbon (Portugal)
Southwestern Coast Tidal Flats (Republic of Korea)
Seowon, Confucian Academies of Korea (Republic of Korea)
L'ensemble monumental de Tirgu Jiu (Romania)
Memorial Sites of genocide: Nyamata, Murambi and Bisesero Gisozi (Rwanda)
Risco Caido and the sacred mountains of Gran Canaria Cultural Landscape (Spain)
Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan, Nakhon Si Thammarat (Thailand)
Badhyz State Nature Reserve (Turkmenistan)

Pending
Megalithic sites of Carnac (France) (2019 - 2023)

Japan will select (1) nomination
- Jômon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaidô, Northern Tôhoku, and other regions
- Mozu-Furuichi Kofungun, Ancient Tumulus Clusters
- The Sado complex of heritage mines, primarily gold mines

Author Assif
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#41 | Posted: 26 Dec 2016 16:26 
Which one of the two proposed cultural nominations of China and Italy is a CL?

Author Assif
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#42 | Posted: 26 Dec 2016 16:28 
winterkjm, why were several nominations listed above omitted in the new count?
What happened with the nominations of Burkina Faso, Belarus and New Zealand?

Author winterkjm
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#43 | Posted: 26 Dec 2016 16:51 | Edited by: winterkjm 
Assif:
Belarus and New Zealand

Seemingly there is more chance these nominations will be submitted for 2020.

Furthermore, as we've discovered every year, our predictions are not 100% accurate. I am still trying to discover the official submissions for Italy and China. The two sites listed are based on previous reports/rumors. They are certainly frontrunners.

Author Durian
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#44 | Posted: 26 Dec 2016 20:12 
Thailand : Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan

According to media announcement by the nomination committee, this nomination will be submit to UNESCO before Feb 2018. The dossier will be made by an university and local government, so this nomination will be the first one that not made by central government. The outcome will be very interesting.

http://www.now26.tv/view/96019

Author Durian
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#45 | Posted: 26 Dec 2016 20:24 
winterkjm:
Monuments, Sites and Cultural Landscape of Chiang Mai, Capital of Lanna (Thailand)

According to the latest news, the nomination committee said they are not hurry, the nomination maybe happen in the next 5 - 10 years (2021 - 2026)

http://www.bangkokbiznews.com/news/detail/732563

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