ICOMOS again asks for name change, omitting the flowery Heart of Bronze Age Culture
This change could actually make sense, because, as they say, it is a little bit too general; but it's also true that it could benefit from just one specification, something like "Heart of the Bronze Age Culture of the Steppes
". But ICOMOS seems to want the titles as prosaic as they can be.
Anyway, of all the proposals today, only deer-stones were not inscribed... however, I thought they had great potential! And they are surely much less problematic than "TIR", which got really pushed for some reason (I think it's cool, but it is also too much and too undefined and in a sense too technical, hence intangible). It all really boiled down to a matter of presentation, because there's not much to argue against the uniqueness and importance of the proposal. So, a real pity. I hope they will go on, they have many other sites with potential (sure, mostly leaning on the natural side).
The one inscription I cannot truly reconcile myself with is the Prado. I agree with others that the quality as a museum should not be taken into account for OUV. But on the contrary, the reason I totally agree with the Mathildenhöhe's inscription is that is a unique and incredibly harmonious urban landscape which itself physically embodies the art it was born from.