Sitakot Vihara - A Buddhist monastery from the 7th-8th century. Very similar to Paharpur (WHS) as well as Halud, Jaggadala and Mainamati (TWHS), all of which are of about the same age and style.
Diangar Pahar - If I recognised the site correctly it is a central square in Chittagong:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheragee_Pahar_Circle
I could not find any information about it, but it does not seem to be too special either.Belarus:
- A representative example of postwar Communist architecture. Still missing on the list and of OUV.
Brest - As already discussed in the review the significance of the site lies in its role in WWII. It is of great importance in Russian (and Belarusian) nationalism. It is questionable, however, whether it could pursue a line of OUV.
Kamyanets - A mediaeval frontier fort. Difficult to imagine OUV.
Gomel - A Neoclassical palace. Similar to the palaces around St. Petersburg and of much less significance.
Mahilyou - A Russian Baroque monastery similar to Novodevichy (WHS), but of less significance. Probably difficult to demonstrate OUV.Belgium:
Freyr - Yet another 17th century European palace. Its location at the Maas river is beautiful, but not different than many other European palaces.