La Haute Ville d’Antananarivo
La Haute Ville d’Antananarivo is part of the Tentative list of Madagascar in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
La Haute Ville d’Antananarivo is a hill in the Malagasy capital where the Merina king Andrianjaka had his palace built in 1610. The property includes major historic buildings, public spaces, sacred places, and historical routes. The Upper Town is a true testimony to the influence and role played by royal architecture in the urban development of the city. It is an urban site of great heritage quality, both in terms of its architectural buildings and its exceptional landscape setting.
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Includes former TWHS Rova d'Antananarivo (Palais de la Reine) and Palais de Andafiavaratra (both (1985-1997))
2016 Added to Tentative List
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