Cultural Landscape of "Cave Towns" of the Crimean Gothia

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Cultural Landscape of "Cave Towns" of the Crimean Gothia is part of the Tentative list of Ukraine in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

The cultural landscape of the "Cave Towns" comprises the two largest and most important cave settlements of the Crimean Goths, located on plateaus in the mountainous area of southern Crimea. The Cave Towns are a complex of natural and man-made caves used for dwellings, fortifications and religious purposes. The cave settlements were first inhabited in the 6th century.

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Full Name
Cultural Landscape of "Cave Towns" of the Crimean Gothia
Country
Ukraine
Added
2012
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2012 Added to Tentative List

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Cultural Landscape of "Cave Towns" of the Crimean Gothia: Mangup-Kale (T)
Cultural Landscape of "Cave Towns" of the Crimean Gothia: Eski-Kermen (T)

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