UNESCO: Tauric Chersonesos is one of the most dangerous objects for visit
The black list of UNESCO has counted 65 more objects all over the world
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has included museum preserve Tauric Chersonesus that is located in the occupied Crimea in the list of the most dangerous objects for visiting by tourists, according to The Telegraph.
Along withtheTauric Chersonesus the black list counts 65 more objects all over the world. This is almost every 20th cultural monument of the UNESCO World Heritage.
The most famous of them are Geghard monastery in Georgia, Saint Catherine’s Monastery and “Whales Valley” in Egypt, mountain reserve Hamiguitan in the Philippines, cultural landscape Diyarbakir Fortress and Hevsel Gardens in Turkey.
As mentioned before, UNESCO doesn’t accept Chersonese reserve belonging to Russia.
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