Contains significant structures from the 21st Century

WHS that hold an important structure from the 21st century, while the main part of the WHS itself belongs to an earlier century

Connected Sites

Site Rationale Link
Brugge Concertgebouw (2002), designed by Paul Robbrecht and Hilde Daem for Brugge's Cultural Capital of Europe in 2002
Edinburgh Scottish Parliament Building (2004)
Graz Murinsel (2003)
Great Spa Towns of Europe Baden-Baden: "the important collection of modern art in the Frieder Burda museum, located since 2004 in the modern building of Richard Meier, a reputed American architect. The museum connects with the existing Kunsthalle dating from the early twentieth century and is considered to be a congenial part of the Lichtental alley." (Nomination File, p. 422)
Kew Gardens The Sackler Crossing
Mexico City and Xochimilco • Museo Memoria y Tolerancia: built 2006-2010, designed by architects Arditti+RDT, just south of the Palacio de Bellas Artes and with the role of presenting, sensitizing the population against genocides of the XX-XXI Centuries, as well as promoting tolerance. At Avenida Juárez 8.
Museumsinsel (Museum Island) Neues Museum (2009)
Namhansanseong Emergency Palace or Namhansanseong Palace: "Completely destroyed in the early 20th century, the site of the royal palace and its shrines was excavated (1999), and then reconstructed (2004)." - AB Evaluation
Royal Exhibition Building Melbourne Museum (2000)
Venice and its Lagoon San Michele Cemetery (2007)
Vienna Peek and Cloppenburg store (2010)


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