UNESCO) The world’s oldest known temple center in the Temporary List of World Heritage, Göbeklitepe, was permanently listed at the UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting in Manama, Bahrain’s capital, Manama.
Göbeklitepe, the world’s oldest known temple center in the United Nations (UN) World Heritage List, was permanently listed at UNESCO’s 42nd World Heritage Committee meeting in Manama, the capital of Bahrain. Following the decision, the Foreign Ministry made a statement.
The opening ceremony of the 42nd session of the World Heritage Committee was held on Sunday at Bahrain National Theater with the participation of Bahrain’s Prince Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa. According to the Hürriyet report, it was decided that Göbeklitepe, located in Şanlıurfa and dating back to around 12 thousand years ago, would enter the UNESCO Permanent World Heritage List, which will continue until 4 July.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Göbeklitepe archaeological sites in Sanliurfa, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the number of said list of registered area of Turkey’s entry into the World Heritage List, has announced that it rises to 18.
In a written statement from the Ministry, Turkey’s “Göbeklitepe archaeological area” of UNESCO, the applicant’s nomination to the World Heritage List, is still ongoing in Manama, capital of Bahrain World Heritage Committee 42 has been accepted at a meeting of the UNESCO stated that saved the World Heritage List.
It was in the Temporary Inheritance List since 2011
The statement, Şanlıurfa located and since 2011 Turkey’s located Göbeklitepe archaeological sites in the Temporary Heritage List of UNESCO, Upper known to the world in Mesopotamia to be the oldest megalithic structure group and the history of today emphasized that extend up to 11 thousand years .
Ministerial statement, “Culture and Tourism Ministry, the UNESCO National Commission of Turkey and the result of intensive efforts of the Ministry, the number of registered domain to said application of the adoption of the country’s UNESCO World Heritage Site has risen to 18.” it took place.
18 CULTURAL ESTABLISHMENT
Istanbul’s historic area of cultural assets recorded on Turkey’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, Göreme National Park and Cappadocia, Divriği Great Mosque and Hospital, the Hittite capital, Mount Nemrut, Xanthos-Letoon, Hieropolis-Pamukkale, Safranbolu, Troy archaeological site , Selimiye Mosque and Complex, Çatalhöyük Neolithic City, Bursa and Cumalikizık The birth of Ottoman Empire, Bergama multi-layered cultural landscape, Diyarbakir Castle and Hevsel Gardens, Ephesus, Ani archaeological site, Aphrodisias archaeological site. With the addition of Göbeklitepe to the list this number has increased to 18.