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Author winterkjm
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#31 | Posted: 16 Apr 2022 01:43 | Edited by: winterkjm 
winterkjm:
Hikone-Jo (Japan)

New website for Japan's nomination for 2024 (created this year). No options for direct translation, but you get the picture.

https://www.hikonejo-worldheritage.jp/

The Olive Grove Landscapes of Andalusia (Spain) is now planned for 2024.

https://www.horajaen.com/2022/04/05/lozano-defiende-en-el-consejo-de-patrimonio-historico-la-candidatura-del-paisaje-del-olivar-a-patrimonio-mundial/

https://oleumxauen.es/el-consejo-de-patrimonio-historico-informa-sobre-el-estado-de-la-candidatura-a-patrimonio-mundial-de-los-paisajes-del-olivar-en-andalucia-cuya-evaluacion-esta-prevista-para-el/

Imperial Kiln Sites of Jingdezhen (China)

"This year, environmental improvement and external exchanges will be carried out, the preparation of the application materials will be completed, and the application materials will be reported to the State Administration of Cultural Heritage and the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO; in 2022, the construction of heritage monitoring and protection exhibition facilities will be carried out, and Strive to submit the application materials to UNESCO; in 2023, fully complete the preparatory work for environmental remediation, protection display and heritage monitoring, and strive to participate in the selection of the World Heritage Conference in advance; in 2024, strive to be included in the World Cultural Heritage List." Article August 2021

Here is an additional new article (April 2022) that emphasizes further efforts regarding the Imperial Kilns World Heritage application.

https://jx.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202204/13/WS6256cfa8a3101c3ee7ad05b4.html

Author winterkjm
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#32 | Posted: 16 Apr 2022 01:47 | Edited by: winterkjm 
WHC 2024 (21)

Africa (2)
- Ambodifotatra Catholic Church of Sainte Marie (Madagascar)
- Nyungwe National Park (Rwanda)

Arab States (0)

Asia and the Pacific (5)
- Murujuga Cultural Landscape (Australia)
- Imperial Kiln Sites of Jingdezhen (China)
- Kashmir Mughal Gardens (India)
- Hikone-Jo (Japan)
- The Yen Tu Complex of Monuments and Landscapes (Vietnam)

Europe & North America (10)
- The Ringed Seal Archipelagos of Lake Saimaa (Finland)
- Marquesas Islands (France)
- Residence Ensemble Schwerin (Germany)
- Mount Olympus (Greece)
- European Paper Mills (Poland, Czechia, Germany)
- Vila Viçosa (Portugal)
- The Olive Grove Landscapes of Andalusia (Spain)
- The Historical Port City of Izmir (Turkey)
- Flow Country (United Kingdom)
- Moravian Church Settlements (United States, Germany, United Kingdom)

Latin America & Caribbean (4)
- Sunken City of Port Royal (Jamaica)
- Colonial Transisthmian Route of Panamá (Panama)
- The Settlement of Joden Savanne and Cassipora Cemetery (Suriname)
- Isla de Flores Cultural Landscape (Uruguay)

Author jonathanfr
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#33 | Posted: 2 May 2022 10:45 | Edited by: jonathanfr 
Jurre:
This article states at the end that the 2024 France nomination will be for the Marquesas Islands.

Voici les 7 "ensembles de biens" qui ont été sélectionnés pour être classés au patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco : Eiao et Hatutu : totalité des 2 îles et de leur zone marine côtière ; Ua Huka : zone marine côtière ; Nuku Hiva : Hatiheu, Anaho, Haatuatua, Hakaui, Nuku a Taha, Te-Kao O'oumu Matahamo & Vaipupui, sa zone marine côtière ; Ua Pou : Haka'ohoka, Hoho'i, Motu Oa, Mokohe, Takae, sa zone marine côtière ; Hiva Oa et Tahuata : Puamau, Taaoa, Mont Temetiu, Mont Haaoiputeomo, Motopu, leur zone marine côtière ; Fatu Uku : Totalité de l'île et sa zone marine côtière ; Fatu Hiva : Vallée de Hanavave, Monts Tou'aouoho et Mounanui, vallée d'Omoa, pointe Teae, sa zone côtière.

https://la1ere.francetvinfo.fr/polynesie/tahiti/polynesie-francaise/marquises-avant-le-classement-a-l-unesco-la-consultation-publique-1279048.html

Author elsslots
Admin
#34 | Posted: 6 May 2022 01:36 

Author elsslots
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#35 | Posted: 25 May 2022 12:27 
https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2022/05/25/sarawak-moves-closer-to-getting-niah-national-park-on-unesco-list

"Sarawak will submit a draft dossier on its nomination of Niah National Park as a World Heritage Site to Unesco by September."

Author Jurre
Partaker
#36 | Posted: 5 Jun 2022 19:26 

Author Jurre
Partaker
#37 | Posted: 6 Jun 2022 03:42 
Jurre:
Gebel Qatrani Area (Egypt)

Egypt to nominate fossil hotspot to UNESCO's list

the file will be presented to UNESCO before the end of this year - So does this mean it's up for inscription in 2023? Or more likely 2024?

I'll post this here to be complete.

Author Durian
Partaker
#38 | Posted: 27 Jun 2022 02:37 
Thailand's Phu Phrabat

Latest report is that Department of Fine Arts set timeline to propose Phu Phrabat to the government for approval and UNESCO within January 2023 for 2024 WHC, 1 year earlier than original plan.

https://www.matichon.co.th/region/news_3421255

Author Durian
Partaker
#39 | Posted: 27 Jun 2022 02:50 
Japan : Asuka-Fujiwara

Japanese 2024 selection will be a showdown between Hikone and Asuka-Fujiwara as Nara Prefecture announced to submit bid the same year with Hikone Castle.

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/lnews/nara/20220620/2050010676.html

Author Astraftis
Partaker
#40 | Posted: 16 Jul 2022 17:22 
Assif
Assif:
Via Francigena (Italy)

Oh! It seems to be aimed at 2025, though.

Author elsslots
Admin
#41 | Posted: 17 Jul 2022 02:01 
Astraftis
Moved it

Author winterkjm
Partaker
#42 | Posted: 25 Jul 2022 11:37 | Edited by: winterkjm 
Access detailed maps of The Flow Country world heritage nomination here. Planned for submission in January 2023, the proposed management plan (including maps) is being finalized in the coming months. The Flow Country Map includes 7 components in total. The most detailed boundary map is on page 18.

Author Solivagant
Partaker
#43 | Posted: 25 Jul 2022 13:44 | Edited by: Solivagant 
winterkjm:
Access detailed maps of The Flow Country world heritage nomination

No "Buffer Zone" proposed I note!!
The UK has a record of disliking such zones (as does US as it opens up issues of landowners rights) and always claims (sometimes with great difficulty e.g Tower of London) that its legal framework provides adequate protection!
I note that we only have 13 sites under the Connection "No buffer Zone". Cant believe there are that few but note that IUCN allowed Vatnajokull to get away without one recently.

I see that the visitor Centre in Fosinard Station is outside the inscribed area (but not the railway which goes on from it and 1 station!). The nearby visitor tower is included as being just within the edge - confirming that it gives a rather limited view of the site..
I wonder whether all the relevant landowners and organisations are fully on board or whether multiple strong objections will emerge during the consultation (not much time to deal with them?). Forestry?? Deer Hunting??? Local Peat cutting??? In Ireland such local interests have been strong enough to stymie e.g Ceide Fields.

Author winterkjm
Partaker
#44 | Posted: 29 Jul 2022 13:13 
Tilaurakot, the archaeological remains of ancient Shakya Kingdom (Nepal)

"According to Sanuraja Shakya, member secretary of Lumbini Development Trust, the Department of Archaeology and the Lumbini Development Trust have already submitted a preliminary report to UNESCO urging to include Tilaurakot in the world heritage site. He said the final report would be submitted in January 2023." - News Article

The Sado complex of heritage mines, primarily gold mines (Japan)

"Suematsu said the UNESCO office cited "insufficiency" in the content of the application but he was not more specific. "It is extremely regrettable, but we have decided to resubmit the documents," he said. An interim document will be submitted by the end of September and a formal version by Feb. 1 next year." - News Article

Hikone-Jo (Japan)

This development regrettably will further delay Hikone-Jo until 2025.

Author winterkjm
Partaker
#45 | Posted: 29 Jul 2022 14:20 | Edited by: winterkjm 
Umm al-Jimal (Jordan) seemingly is confirmed for 2024.

"Preparing the file for the city's location and preparing the required documents and plans, to be submitted soon to the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Director of Mafraq Antiquities Imad Obeidat said that work is underway, in cooperation between the Department of Antiquities, the Umm al-Jimal Municipality and the Umm al-Jimal Project, to prepare the file for the city's site and prepare the required documents and plans, to be submitted soon to the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). To adopt and approve the inclusion of the site on the World Heritage List next year."
- News Article. July 2022

Small update on the official website about the nomination file be submitted "soon"
http://www.ummeljimal.org/en/unesco.html

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