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Author Assif
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#1,036 | Posted: 28 May 2022 00:52 | Edited by: Assif 
Ostia Antica (FTWHS Italy)
https://www.comune.fiumicino.rm.it/index.php/notizie/comunicati-stampa/item/1421-montino-ostia-antica-e-portus-patrimonio-dell-umanita-dal-comune-di-fiumicino-piena-disponibilita
It is, in fact, astonishing that the largest and best preserved Roman city, alongside Pompei, has never made it to the list. It is superior to any other Roman sites except Rome and Pompei and if it were somewhere else it would have long been submitted and inscribed. I wonder, however, what chances another Roman site stands, especially in Italy.

Author Astraftis
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#1,037 | Posted: 28 May 2022 18:39 
Assif:
Ostia Antica (FTWHS Italy)
https://www.comune.fiumicino.rm.it/index.php/notizie/comunicati-stampa/item/1421-montino-ostia-antica-e-portus-patrimonio-dell-umanita-dal-comune-di-fiumicino-piena-disponibilita
It is, in fact, astonishing that the largest and best preserved Roman city, alongside Pompei, has never made it to the list. It is superior to any other Roman sites except Rome and Pompei and if it were somewhere else it would have long been submitted and inscribed. I wonder, however, what chances another Roman site stands, especially in Italy.

I totally agree with you. I had actually forgotten it is a FTWHS, it does not make sense... I am convinced there's plenty of chances for a site as brilliant as this one.

Author Jurre
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#1,038 | Posted: 6 Jun 2022 03:52 
Iran

The historical texture of Bushehr


Bushehr tourism department gets set to restore mansion

Author Jurre
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#1,039 | Posted: 11 Jun 2022 05:21 | Edited by: Jurre 
Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Finland

Workers' assembly halls


Another article on a possible future transnational candidature for workers' assembly halls:

Could workers' assembly halls soon become World Heritage sites?

As for the Danish Workers Museum and its project partners in Australia, Finland and Belgium, they will need to be patient. Although the museum plans to submit its nomination application before the end of the year, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee will only decide on the bid in 2025.

There is a mention of a bid for 2025, yet none of the possible components have been put on the Tentative List of the respective country.

Author Astraftis
Partaker
#1,040 | Posted: 18 Jun 2022 14:56 | Edited by: Astraftis 
In October 2021, a new "tentative site" appeared on the Danish website of the ministry of culture: Salt og Tang på Læsø (Salt and seaweed on Læsø). It's still not on the official UNESCO website section, however.

Author jonathanfr
Partaker
#1,041 | Posted: 23 Jun 2022 05:51 

Author jonathanfr
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#1,042 | Posted: 5 Jul 2022 09:35 

Author Jarek Pokr
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#1,043 | Posted: 12 Jul 2022 04:19 | Edited by: Jarek Pokr 
The Architectural Work of Erich Mendelsohn

Yet another modernist architecture on the list. Similar to Le Corbusier. Looks promissing. Future serial site. Countries involved: USA, United Kingdom, Norway, Czechia, Germany, Russia, Israel and Poland.
https://www.slazag.pl/najwazniejszy-zabytek-slaskiego-modernizmu-na-liscie-swiatowego-dziedzictwa-unesco-procedura-ruszyla

Author meltwaterfalls
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#1,044 | Posted: 13 Jul 2022 07:58 
Jarek Pokr:
The Architectural Work of Erich Mendelsohn

Oh interesting, I am rather fond of Menelsohn, but have only really visited 2 sites.
I'm not fully convinced it would really have OUV, but it certainly appeals to me personally, and the De La Warr Pavillion is certainly worthy of being wider known.

Author elsslots
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#1,045 | Posted: 4 Aug 2022 01:52 

Author Solivagant
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#1,046 | Posted: 4 Aug 2022 03:45 | Edited by: Solivagant 

Rather than being an example of "aspiring to be on the T List" this is either a re-naming or (possibly?) a reformulation of the existing TWHS of Melka Kunture.
Note this site's history of attempted inscriptions going back to 1978 and (most recently) in 2022 as "Incomplete"! It would seem likely to get renominated soon?
I see I am one of only 2 to have recorded a visit (in 2008 in our case) - I will do a first review unless it and its photo are considered "too outdated"!!!

Author elsslots
Admin
#1,047 | Posted: 4 Aug 2022 04:38 
Solivagant:
Rather than being an example of "aspiring to be on the T List" this is either a re-naming or (possibly?) a reformulation of the existing TWHS of Melka Kunture.

Ah, yes, you are right! They did try to nominate it last year, but the dossier was incomplete. It has a looooong site history, dating back to 1978.
Reviews are welcome!

Author Jurre
Partaker
#1,048 | Posted: 31 Aug 2022 19:17 
India

Nilivurallu megalithic burial site

Chaya Someshwaralayam


Telangana recommends World Heritage tag for 2 megalithic sites

Author elsslots
Admin
#1,049 | Posted: 2 Sep 2022 12:05 

Author Jurre
Partaker
#1,050 | Posted: 3 Sep 2022 04:13 
France, Germany, Italy, Portugal

Europe's industrial heritage arch bridges


Car rally aims to put Europe's arch bridges on UNESCO heritage list

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