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Darjeeling's Toy Train to be fully operational by year end

Comment · print · T T T+· T- THE HINDU The Darjeeling toy train, declared by UNESCO as 'world heritage train' in 1999, puffing up on one of its innumerable journeys. TOPICS Nearly three years after the services of Darjeeling ... The Hindu, 4 days ago

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Great Wall of China cycle 2014

This incredibly scenic challenge covers a route along one of the world's best known UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Starting in the village of Yanqing, north of Beijing, each day you will cycle 50- 90km in the shadows of the Great Wall, visiting ...
 Multiple Sclerosis Society5 days ago Incheon retries adding Ganghwa remains to UNESCO cultural heritage  Donga.com1 week ago UNESCO to register Dezful in World Heritage List  Mehr News1 week ago Charaideo awaits facelift for World Heritage tag  Times of India1 week ago
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Spotlight shines on Macao, a UNESCO World Heritage city

The APEC Tourism Ministerial Meeting is an opportunity for its host city Macao to showcase its "world-class tourism facilities and reception capacity", said Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, director of the Macao Tourist Office. The city will also ...
 CHINAdaily1 week ago President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman visits UNESCO  UNESCO1 week ago City will raise profile with UNESCO meeting  Shanghai Daily1 week ago Is Delhi a world heritage city? Answer next month  Times of India1 month ago
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ASI preparing dossier for including Nalanda University in the list of UNESCO world heritage sites

NEW DELHI: The Archaeological Survey of India is in the process of preparing the nomination dossier in pursuance of inclusion of the ruins of the ancient Nalanda University in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Rajya Sabha was told today. In his ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Oct. date for ASI Nalanda dossier  The Telegraph1 week ago

Arunachal nominees to work together for Unesco heritage tag

Itanagar: Two places in Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro in Lower Subansiri district and Thembang in West Kameng district, which have been shortlisted for UNESCO's World Heritage Sites (WHS), have in principle agreed to cooperate and put up a joint effort to ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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India to develop Pashupatinath

The temple, listed in Unesco World Heritage Sites, is one of the most significant Hindu temples of Shiv in the world India has pledged to develop and conserve Nepal’s 5th-Century Pashupatinath Temple and offered help for the construction of a ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Can Srirangam temple get world heritage site status?  The Hindu1 week ago More Indians visit Pashupatinath Temple after PM Narendra Modi's visit  Economic Times2 weeks ago Narendra Modi to perform half-an-hour prayer at Pashupatinath temple  IndiaTV News1 month ago
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UNESCO recognition for Esplanade House

Prev By Fiona Fernandez | Posted 08-Sep-2014 In a boost to heritage conservation in Mumbai the restoration efforts for Esplanade House in Fort by conservation architect Vikas Dilawari have been recognised in the 2014 UNESCO Asia-Pacific ...
 Mid Day1 week ago Tata house, temple win UNESCO award  The Hindu2 weeks ago Jamsetji Tata's home gets Unesco honour  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Jamsetji Tata's residence wins Unesco honour for restoration  Times of India2 weeks ago
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Iran wins 2014 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Cultural Heritage Awards

14 projects from 10 countries, including Afghanistan, Iran, New Zealand and Thailand, were submitted to 2014 UNESCO Asia-Pacific cultural heritage conservation, and the grand prize went to Sar Yazd Citadel restoration project. In June 2014, a ...
 Mehr News1 week ago Restored Teochew temple garners Unesco award  Asiaone2 weeks ago UNESCO award for restored Teochew temple  Asiaone2 weeks ago International win for two WA heritage projects  Government of Western Australia2 weeks ago

Modi lauds Kyoto as heritage city, says India plans to unite culture and technology too

Prime Minister Narendra Modi began the second day of his Japan trip by visiting the Toji temple- a UNESCO world heritage site- along with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe. On Saturday, Modi and Abe signed the Kashi-Kyoto agreement. The agreement is aimed at using the ...
 IBN Live2 weeks ago PM Modi visits Toji temple with Shinzo Abe on his second day in Japan  IBN Live2 weeks ago Modi's day out in Kyoto; visits two ancient Buddhist temples  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago PM visits Kyoto's famous Toji, Kinkakuji temples with Shinzo Abe  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Giant Wild Goose Pagoda - a World Heritage Site along the Silk Road

The Silk Road "Routes Network of Chang'an-Tianshan Corridor" has already become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Giant Wild Goose Pagoda is currently one of the seven world heritage sites in Shaanxi Province. Situated inside Cien Temple in the ... weeks ago Ancient Silk Road Listed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO  Outlook2 months ago Eight sites along Silk Road in Kazakhstan given World Heritage status  Business Standard2 months ago Ancient Inca Road Wins the Coveted World Heritage Status  Med India2 months ago
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