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WHC 2020

Author winterkjm
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#1 | Posted: 20 Apr 2016 05:13 | Edited by: winterkjm 
Potential Nominations 2020

- Frontiers of the Roman Empire (extension) (Netherlands) Article Like July 2015
- City Walls of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (China) Article Link January 2016
- Hanseong Baekje (extension) (Republic of Korea) Article Link March 2016
- Semarang Old Town (Indonesia) Article Link March 2016
- Darmstadt Artists' Colony Mathildenhöhe (Germany) Article Link April 2016
- Phare de Cordouan (France) Article Link April 2016
- Metz Royal and Imperial Power (France) Article Link April 2016

*Plenty of articles project Metz for 2019, but with Nimes and Carnac also competing it seems doubtful. Article linked above projects 2020.
*Most articles have projected the China's serial "City Wall" nomination for 2020, though the above article mentions "earliest date 2019".
*Naganeup Town and Fortress (ROK) had been rumored for 2020, but with the recent failure of Korea's 2016 nomination and several competitors + no additional news? It seems more and more doubtful. Hanseong Baekje is not currently a tentative nomination, but will likely be soon.

Author elsslots
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#2 | Posted: 3 Aug 2016 11:13 | Edited by: elsslots 
- Auckland Volcanic Fields (New Zealand) Article April 2013, and supported by this 2016 news item.

Author Durian
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#3 | Posted: 7 Aug 2016 22:08 
winterkjm:
Frontiers of the Roman Empire (extension) (Netherlands) Article Like July 2015

Latest article

Nomination as UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Dutch government has now joined two German federal states in nominating the Rhine border as a World Heritage site. Austria will do the same for the Danube border. If accepted by UNESCO, an uninterrupted stretch will be a World Heritage Site in 2021.

http://centraalmuseum.nl/en/visit/exhibitions/money-from-the-limes/

Author winterkjm
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#4 | Posted: 27 Sep 2016 20:53 | Edited by: winterkjm 
Worship wooden architecture (17th -18th centuries) in Polesye

Belarus has an extension prioritized for 2020 or 2021. More wooden churches!

http://eng.belta.by/culture/view/five-wooden-churches-in-brest-oblast-proposed-for-un esco-heritage-list-94814-2016/

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