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Examples of projects

The Mausoleum of Ahmed Yesawi, Kazakhstan.  One of the four great monuments built by Tamerlane (completed 1399) and the only one which is not in ruins, the tomb of Ahmed Yesawi, an important sufi saint, is one of the most sacred sites in Islam. Inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2003.

The Imperial Palace in Shenyang, China, was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2004 as an extension to the Forbidden City in Beijing (illustration, the Phoenix Pavilion,17th century), and three Imperial Tombs in Shenyang and Fushun as extensions to the Imperial Tombs of the Ming and Qing Dynasties

The monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azad Valley, Armenia. Geghard monastery consists of a group of rock-cut and masonry churches and other buildings dating from the 10th - 13th centuries, set in a spectacular landscape. Inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2000.

The Terracotta Army, China, was assessed for UNESCO as part of monitoring exercise on cultural World Heritage sites in China.

The nomination of historic town of Panauti, Nepal, was evaluated for ICOMOS.

The monastery of Noravank and the Upper Amaghou Valley, Armenia.  Noravank monastery, 9th - 13th centuries, in its beautiful setting is perfectly integrated with the surrounding mountains and seems to be a part of the nature. The site has been nominated as a cultural landscape, which will be managed in partnership with mountain villagers. The Armenian Government has requested further assistance to ensure a successful inscription.

City Walls of China:  the Chinese Government has accepted a proposal for a serial nomination of the walls of four cities, commencing with the city walls of Xingcheng.

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Last modified: November 30, 2007