Already inscribed still on T List

Connected Sites

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Brazilian Atlantic Islands Atol das Rocas features as Reserve biologique de Atol das Rocas (Rio Grande do Norte) on the T List since 1996
Bukhara Chashma-Ayub Mausoleum was added to the Bukhara WHS as minor boundary modification in 2016
Causses and Cévennes “Grotte Amélineau” and “Aven Armand,” parts of the TWHS “Ensemble de grottes à concrétions du Sud de la France.”
Central Amazon Conservation Complex Anavilhanas Ecological Station
Golden Mountains of Altai The Ukok Plateau is also an important part of the Treasures of the Pazyryk Culture (a cultural TWHS).
Grand Canal As: Slender West Lake and Historic Urban Area in Yangzhou
Kenya Lake System Lake Bogoria National Reserve, Lake Nakuru National Park
Masjed-e Jâme' Jame' (Congregational) Mosque of Esfahan
Paraty and Ilha Grande Parc national de la Serra da Bocaina
Primeval Beech Forests Codrul secular Slatiora (forêt séculaire) (Romania); Central Balkan NP (Bulgaria)
Pyramids (Memphis) Dahshour archaeological area
Qhapaq Ñan Archaeological Complex of Pachacamac (Peru), Valle Calchaqui (Argentina), San Pedro de Atacama / site of Catarpe (Chile)
Red Fort Part of Delhi - A Heritage City and Grand Trunk Road TWHS
Robben Island Part of Liberation Heritage Route
Sassanid Archaeological Landscape Firuzabad Ensemble TWHS
Silk Roads Chang'an-Tianshan Corridor Chinese Section of the Silk Road: Land routes in Henan Province, Shaanxi Province, Gansu Province, Qinghai Province, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region; Sea Routes in Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province and Quanzhou City, Fujian Province - from Western-Han Dynasty to Qing Dynasty
Silk Roads: Zarafshan-Karakum Corridor A number of the Uzbek and Tajik locations also feature in the TWHS Silk Road Sites in Uzbekistan / Tajikistan and as separate TWHS.
South China Karst As 2 separate TWHS: The Lijiang River Scenic Zone at Guilin, and Jinfushan Scenic Spot
Susa Shush
Tabriz Bazaar The Kaboud Mosque a.k.a Blue Mosque, Goi Masjid, Jahanshah mosque. Tabriz Bazaar includes 28 different Mosques within the boundaries of its 3 inscribed zones. In the Nomination File (page 184) the Kaboud mosque is referenced as M28 and is used as the title of the 2nd of the zones viz - "1346-002 Kaboud Mosque"
Valletta Fort St Elmo, as part of Knights Fortifications around the Harbours of Malta
Xanthos-Letoon Xanthos is a component in the Turkish TWHS Ancient Cities of Lycian Civilization.


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