UNESCO World Convention: New Inscribed Properties 2023 + 2022

Gaya Tumuli

UNESCO has shared 42 new inscribed properties, both cultural and natural, at the UNESCO World Convention. New inscribed cultural properties include Deer Stone Monuments and Related Bronze Stage Sites in Mongolia, Gaya Tumuli in the Republic of Korea, and properties of Jewish-Medieval Heritage of Erfurt in Germany. New inscribed natural properties include the Congolese Forest Massif of Odzala- Kokoua and Volcanoes and Forests of Pelee and the Pitons of Northern Martinique in France.

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