Derived from more than one TWHS

Sites that appeared as more than one T-site (extensions excluded as well as multinational sites with one T-site per country).

Connected Sites

Site Rationale Link
Ahwar of Southern Iraq Ur & Marshlands of Mesopotamia
Al-Ahsa Oasis former TWHS Ibrahim Palace (Hufuf) and Sahud Palace (Al-Mabraz) both 1988
Ancient ksours The 4 ksours appeared as separate entries on the T List
Ancient villages of Northern Syria Qal' at Sem'an (Saint-Syméon), Sergilla and L'église de Qalbe Loze previously appeared separately on Syria's T List
Arab-Norman Palermo Palermo and Monreale Cathedral (1995) and Cattedrale di Cefalu' e abitato storico (1998)
Atlantic Forest South-East "Lagoon complex of Iguape" and "Paranapiacaba - Upper Ribeira"
Baekje Historic Areas Combination of former TWHS Gongju and Buyeo Historic Sites and Iksan Historic Areas (both 2010)
Cilento and Vallo di Diano Paestum, Posidonia and Certosa di Padula
Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Former TWHS "Taliesin West" and "Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio" (both from 1990 T List) merged into this site
Gaya Tumuli Successor to TWHS Gaya Tumuli of Gimhae - Haman & The Goryeong Jisandong Daegaya Tumuli (2013)
Gebel Barkal Gebel Barkal and El Kurru
Grand Canal Includes former TWHS Extension Project of Classical Gardens of Suzhou: Classical Gardens of Suzhou and Historical Street Blocks (2008) and The Ancient Venetian Township in the South of Yangtze River - Nanxun
Hierapolis-Pamukkale Originally two separate nominations (Hierapolis and Pamukkale).
Hill Forts of Rajasthan Chittorgarh Fort and Hill Forts of Rajasthan
Kunta Kinteh Island Includes Former TWHS James Island and Fort Bullen
Land of Frankincense Khor Rori (ancient Sumhuram) and Al-Balid, ancient Zofar
Loire Valley Includes former TWHS Abbaye de Fontevrault; Saint-Benoit-sur-Loire; Chateau et domaine de Chambord; Chateau de Blois; Château de Chenonceau
Longobards in Italy Includes the former TWHS Monte Sant'Angelo (2006), Santa Giulia-San Salvatore (1979), Santuario Rupestre of Olevano sul Tusciano, and part of Spoleto and Tempietto sul Clitunno (1996)
Lower German Limes Includes former Dutch TWHS Bunnik - Vechten / De Burg (1995) and Voorburg - Park Arentsburg / Forum Hadriani (1995)
Mantua and Sabbioneta Mantua and Sabbioneta were originally separate nominations
Meroe Meroe, Naqa and Musawwarat es-Sufra all appeared separately on the T List
Mount Wutai Foguang Monastery and Foguang Temple
Paris, Banks of the Seine Includes former TWHS Hotel des Invalides de Paris, Tour Eiffel, Sainte-Chapelle de Paris
Petroglyphs of the Mongolian Altai Includes former TWHS Tsagaan salaa rock painting (1996) and The Upper Tsagaan Gol Complex (2009)
Pompei Pompei and Ercolano
Primeval Beech Forests Poloniny Vorgom Forests and Primeval Forests of Slovakia (Slovak section)
Rabat Includes former TWHS Kasbah of the Udayas, Tour Hassan, Site de Chellah & Ville antique de Sala
Residences of the Royal House of Savoy From former TWHS Torino le dimore sabaude - & Stupingi
Rio Abiseo National Park Pajaten Archaeological Complex and Rio Abiseo National Park
Route of Santiago de Compostela Includes now former TWHS Eunate - Iglesia de Sta Maria, Burgos - Monasterio de las Huelgos, Jaca - Cathedral of San Pedro Apostol, Torres Del Rio - Iglesia del Santo Seplucro, Burgos - Miraflores Charterhouse (Monastery), Najera - Sta Maria la Real (inc in Compos route), Leon - Basilica of San Isidoro, Leon - Catedral de Sta Maria (all 1995), Conjunto fortificado de Pamplona (1998
Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France Includes former TWHS Saint Sernin de Toulouse, Abbaye (et village) de Conques, Moissac
Royal Palace at Caserta Caserta-Stupinigi and St. Leucio and Aquedotto Vanvitelliano
Samarkand Includes former TWHS Afrasiab and Ulughbek Observatory
Silk Roads Chang'an-Tianshan Corridor Includes the following former Chinese TWHS: The Remains of Chang'an City of the Han Dynasty, The Silk Road (Chinese Section), The Ruins of Daming Palace of the Tang Dynasty, The Ruins of Jiaohe Ancient City
Silk Roads: Zarafshan-Karakum Corridor Bahoutdin Architectural Complex 18/01/2008 Chashma-Ayub Mausoleum 18/01/2008 Chor-Bakr 18/01/2008 Minaret in Vobkent 18/01/2008 Mir-Sayid Bakhrom Mausoleum 18/01/2008 Rabati Malik Caravanserai 18/01/2008 Varakhsha 18/01/2008 Mausoleum of "Mukhammad Bashoro" 09/11/1999 The Site of Ancient Town of Pyanjekent 09/11/1999
Wooden Hypostyle Mosques of Medieval Anatolia The three mosques had separate T List entries + one as a group
Xidi and Hongcun Formerly appeared on T List as separate entries: Xidi Ancient Human Settlements & Hongcun Ancient Human Settlements (1999)


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