Cultural landscape of Ulytau
Cultural landscape of Ulytau is part of the Tentative list of Kazakhstan in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
The Cultural Landscape of Ulytau has been settled around 4500 BC and became an important corridor of migration during the Middle Ages, with Mongols secret burial place of Gengis Khan descendants and then the center of Uzbek and Kazakh khans. All those people have left remains, with about 337 monuments preserved, including the only three preserved mausolea of the Golden Horde.
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Renomination of Cultural landscape of Ulytau (1998), formerly mixed, now cultural criteria only
2021 Added to Tentative List
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