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Author Durian
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#1,066 | Posted: 10 Dec 2022 08:33 
100 Remains of Tamagawa Aqueduct and Diversion Network

Tokyo Edo era network of waterway from Tama River to Tokyo

https://www.tokyo-np.co.jp/article/213687

Author winterkjm
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#1,067 | Posted: 10 Dec 2022 15:45 | Edited by: winterkjm 
Non-Exhaustive Summary of Aspiring Nominations

Central Victorian Goldfields (Australia)
Chirag Gala (Azerbaijan)
Phnom Tbeng Natural Heritage Park (Cambodia)
Mekong Prek Kampi Dolphin Sanctuary (Cambodia)
Worker's Assembly Halls (Denmark, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, Germany and more . . .)
Mashpi Reserve (Ecuador)
Seaweed roofs on Læsø (Denmark)
The Butte of Montmartre (France)
Côte de Granit Rose (France)
Olfactory and Poetic Landscapes of Lavender (France)
Parish Enclosures of Finistère (France)
Le château de Foix (France)
Cluniac Sites of Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom)
Cyclopean Wall - Rajgir and Bihar (India)
Unakoti (India)
Teymareh Petroglyphs (Iran)
Historical bazaar of Arak (Iran)
Falak-ol-Aflak Fortress (Iran)
Fenestrelle Fort (Italy)
Corals in the Gulf of Aqaba (Jordan)
Sites of Busan, the capital of refugees during the Korean War (Korea, Republic)
The Capital Defense Fortifications of the Joseon Dynasty (Korea, Republic) *Renomination
Petroglyphs of Bangudae Valley (Korea, Republic) *Renomination
Getbol, Korean Tidal Flats [Extension] (Korea, Republic)
Kampung Laut Mosque (Malaysia)
Kino Missions (Mexico, United States)
Early Polynesian Settlements, Aotearoa (New Zealand)
La Fortaleza del Real Felipe, Callao (Peru)
Samar Island Natural Park (Philippines)
Horsburgh Lighthouse and Raffles Lighthouse (Singapore)
Los Millares de Almería (Spain)
Zamora, Cultural Landscape (Spain)
Marseillesque Houses of Giresun (Turkey)
Samran Irrigation Canal (Turkey)
Royal Dings of the Nguyen Dynasty (Vietnam)

Ireland *more or less confirmed
- The Passage Tomb Landscape of County Sligo
- Transatlantic Cable Ensemble: Valentia-Heart's Content, County Kerry (a serial transnational nomination with Canada)
- Royal Sites of Ireland:

Japan - updates have been infrequent, but our latest speculative candidates are listed below
- The Cultural Landscape of the Mogami River
- The Eighty-eight of Shikoku Temples and Pilgrimage Route
- Amanohashidate
- Aso Caldera
- Kintai Bridge and the Town of Iwakuni

United Kingdom - ongoing process, pending announcement?
- Port Sunlight
- Birkenhead Park
- Sankey Viaduct
- City of York
- British Virgin Islands
- The Hampden Collection
- The Wetlands of the English East Coast

Author winterkjm
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#1,068 | Posted: 11 Dec 2022 00:01 | Edited by: winterkjm 
The first potential addition to Mexico's tentative list in 10 years includes the former nomination "Industrial complex of the textile factory La Constancia Mexicana and its housing area" which was dropped from their indicative list in 2013. The new serial nomination includes 8 components. Perhaps this is an indicator of an updated tentative list?

Industrial Heritage of Puebla 19th and 20th centuries (Mexico)

If Mexico nominates any part of "Greater Big Bend" in a updated tentative list, for example "Maderas del Carmen", North America might have a 2nd "International Peace Park" emerging soon. Moreover, there are other transboundary nominations that have been discussed directly with the US National Park Service, such as the "Kino Missions".

Big Bend National Park UNESCO Description:
"The park serves as the keystone for a group of surrounding large protected areas, including Big Bend Ranch State Park (Texas), Black Gap Wildlife Management Area (Texas), and three protected areas in Mexico: Áreas de Protección de Flora y Fauna Cañón de Santa Elena, Maderas del Carmen, and Ocampo. The Mexican protected areas encompass more than 800,000 hectares, and Big Bend park managers collaborate with Mexican managers on resource issues. The river corridor is also a protected area, designated and managed as the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River on the U.S. side of the border and Monumento Natural Rio Bravo Del Norte on the Mexican side.

*Useful resource about supporters of a "Great Big Bend" International Park, includes maps

Author Jasam
Partaker
#1,069 | Posted: 15 Dec 2022 09:26 
Fontaine-Daniel

This one came as a shock to me this morning, as it is just a few miles from my hometown. My initial reaction was, "It doesn't stand a chance!" But who knows. I still have to process it.

https://www.ouest-france.fr/pays-de-la-loire/mayenne/fontaine-daniel-classe-a-l-unesco-pourquoi-pas-selon-l-association-qui-veut-valoriser-le-village-0b2acdd4-77e9-11ed-be27-1f5e9835d495

https://www.fontaine-daniel.fr/

Author jonathanfr
Partaker
#1,070 | Posted: 15 Dec 2022 09:54 
Jasam:
This one came as a shock to me this morning, as it is just a few miles from my hometown.

I live in Sarthe, not far ;)

Author Assif
Partaker
#1,071 | Posted: 20 Dec 2022 22:57 

Author Jurre
Partaker
#1,072 | Posted: 25 Dec 2022 05:36 
Stubborn Chinese re-invade World Heritage candidate, Mavhuradonha barely a year after government ban, arrest of officials

The article is about the illegal/controversial mining of a Chinese company in the Mavhuradonha Wilderness in Zimbabwe, which is "compromis[ing] the chances of the nature reserve being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site".

But no indication of the Mavhuradonha Wilderness on Zimbabwe's T list, so I guess it deserves it place here as an aspiring T-list candidate.

Zimbabwe

Mavhuradonha Wilderness

Author Solivagant
Partaker
#1,073 | Posted: 31 Dec 2022 04:00 | Edited by: Solivagant 
The 12 "Historical Villages of Portugal" ("Aldeias Históricas de Portugal") - Almeida, Belmonte, Castelo Mendo, Castelo Novo, Castelo Rodrigo, Idanha-a-Velha, Linhares da Beira, Marialva, Monsanto, Piódão, Sortelha and Trancoso

https://www.portugalresident.com/historical-village-of-portugal-to-become-national-monument/#:~:text=The%20network%20of%20the%20Historical,%2C%20Piódão%2C%20Sortelha%20and%20Trancoso.

They even have a "Strategy" to achieve inscription! See https://aldeiashistoricasdeportugal.com/en/quem-somos/
"Além disso, pretende-se que a Rede das AHP possua capacidade operacional e institucional para a formalização de uma candidatura a Património da Humanidade da UNESCO, com o reconhecimento da valia histórica destes recursos."

Author Astraftis
Partaker
#1,074 | Posted: 31 Dec 2022 07:19 
Solivagant
Hey, is this maybe a new series to add to the "most beautiful villages"?

Author Jurre
Partaker
#1,075 | Posted: 31 Dec 2022 07:30 | Edited by: Jurre 
Cambodia

Mekong
(from the Lao border to the province of Kratie)

Cambodia Seeks UNESCO World Heritage Status to Protect a Mekong Biodiversity Hotspot

Author Jurre
Partaker
#1,076 | Posted: 31 Dec 2022 08:14 | Edited by: Jurre 
India

Sun Temple of Martand
(a former TWHS site)

Parispora

Pandhrathan

Buddhist heritage site at Harwan, Srinagar


NMA for declaration of 3 monuments of Kashmir as world heritage sites: Tarun

Not sure about the Pandhrathan or the Harwan sites. Didn't really find anything online and my knowledge of India is limited. Is it just more political rhetoric, as was remarked about a previous article about Indian world heritage proposals? It might be, certainly when we read sentences as

"He said now the Narendra Modi Government is correcting the past mistakes of prejudicial historians and Archeologists."

and

"Tarun Vijay, while maintaining that Modi's policy of restoring peace in Kashmir is being acknowledged world over said during his recent tour abroad the people and leaders who met him were wandering about miraculous and enormous transformation of J&K from a land of bloodshed to the land of new hope and opportunities."

It does read very much like propaganda.

Author winterkjm
Partaker
#1,077 | Posted: 7 Jan 2023 16:57 | Edited by: winterkjm 
A campaign to nominate COYOACÁN (Mexico City) is in development, maybe an extension? There is a basic nomination website and the area included is significant. This is the second aspiring nomination from Mexico we've heard about recently, this may lend credence to an update to Mexico's tentative list.

https://www.dondeir.com/ciudad/plantean-considerar-a-coyoacan-como-patrimonio-cultural-de-la-humanidad/2023/01/

Author jonathanfr
Partaker
#1,078 | Posted: 11 Jan 2023 11:11 

Author Alikander99
Partaker
#1,079 | Posted: 13 Jan 2023 15:33 | Edited by: Alikander99 
The city of León (Spain) has started the procedure to get on the T-list. Ithe project Will be presented in march of 2024.
https://www.leonoticias.com/culturas/patrimonio/leon-inicia-tramites-patrimonio-humanidad-unesco-20230113114440-nt.html

Author jonathanfr
Partaker
#1,080 | Posted: 19 Jan 2023 20:15 
According to this travel program link, the Case à palabres de Dalaba (Guinea), see it with google images, is classified by UNESCO, which is false. It reminds me of Filitosa in Corsica whose tourist promotion had indicated the same thing. I simply think that UNESCO helped in its restoration but I imagine that with Mr. Lazare Eloundou Assomo at the head of World Heritage and who encourages Africa to have more properties inscribed to repair an unbalanced list, we can imagine with this case à palabres one day on Guinea's tentative list.

https://www.labalaguere.com/fouta_djalon_berceau_des_grands_fleuves_africains.html

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