Turkey On The UNESCO World Heritage List

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TURKEY ON THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE LIST

The cultural assets of Turkey inscribed in the World Heritage List and protected by UNESCO include:

 

• The Historic Sites of Istanbul (1985)

• The Göreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia, Nevşehir (1985)

• Divriği Ulu Mosque and Hospital, Sivas (1985)

• Hattusha, Boğazköy, Çorum (1986)

• Mount Nemrut, Adıyaman (1987)

• Xanthos-Letoon, Antalya (1988)

• Hierapolis, Pamukkale – Denizli (1988)

• Safranbolu, Karabük (1994)

• Archaeological Site of Troy, Çanakkale (1998)

Turkey’s natural and cultural properties submitted on the Tentative List of UNESCO (2000)

• Selimiye Mosque and Complex (16th Century), Edirne

• Bursa ve Cumalıkızık Ottoman Urban and Rural Settlements (13th -15th centuries), Bursa

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• Konya: Capital of the Seljuks

• Alanya Castle and Shipyard, Antalya

• Ishak Paşa Palace (17th century), Doğubayazıt, Ağrı

• Harran ve Şanlıurfa Settlements (17- 19th Centuries), Şanlı Urfa

• Diyarbakır Castle and City walls (12th Century), Diyarbakır

• Mardin Cultural Landscape (13th Century), Mardin

•          Ahlat Ancient Settlement and Tombstones (12th -13th Centuries), Bitlis

• Sumela Monastery (5th – 19th Centuries), Trabzon

• Alahan Monastery (7th Century), Mersin

• St. Nicholas Church (7th – 8th Centuries), Demre, Antalya

• St. Paul Church, St. Paul Well and Its Environs, Tarsus, Mersin

• Kekova, Antalya

• Ephesus, Selçuk, Izmir

• Karain Cave, Antalya

• Güllük Mountain – Termessos National Park, Antalya

 

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