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We don’t need UNESCO listing, says new Liverpool heritage chief
Liverpool’s new heritage chief insisted the city does “not need” UNESCO world heritage status – but said he was still considering a fresh effort to reclaim its once-cherished title.
Wildfires force Greek heritage sites, including Acropolis, to close
Heatwave and multiple wildfires forced Greece to close many of its important heritage sites, including the Acropolis in Athens.
Sarv-e Abarkuh, oldest living heritage in Iran
Sarv-e Abarkuh or the Cypress of Abarkuh, in the central province of Yazd is one of the oldest trees in the world. Nobody knows how old this tree is and there are different estimates around this.
Gilan Rural Heritage Museum showcases rural architecture, traditional culture
Gilan Rural Heritage Museum, located in the western part of Rasht-Tehran road, is the only open air museum of Iran. It was established with the aim of preserving the traditional architecture and agriculture of Gilan in a 45-thousand-hectare area in Sarvan Forest Park.
Ukraine seeks world heritage status for Chernobyl zone
A soft snow fell as a clutch of visitors equipped with a Geiger counter wandered through the ghostly Ukrainian town of Pripyat, frozen in time since the world's worst nuclear accident in 1986.
Canada maintains efforts to support cultural and heritage organizations
As the culture and heritage industry continues to manage the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Canada must continue its efforts to support affected organizations that still face significant challenges and financial pressures.
Delhi to get museums at two heritage sites
To attract more visitors to two less popular heritage sites associated with the revolt of 1857 — Indian Freedom Struggle — in the Indian capital of Delhi, the State Archeology Department (SAD) has planned to set up two museums at Mutiny Memorial in Kamala Nehru Ridge and Qudsia Bagh near Kashmiri Gate Interstate Bus Terminal (ISBT).
Malaysia finds ancient iron smelting site
The Malaysian National Heritage Department (JWN), which is conducting archeological excavation near Sungai Muda in Kampung Padang Chicak, Jeneri, Sik, Kedah, since last Jan. 3 has found an ancient iron ore smelting site in the area.
Museum head: Iran-Italy archeological cooperation an intangible heritage
The 60-year-long cooperation between the two ancient cultures of Iran and Italy is an intangible heritage, said the head of the National Museum of Iran.

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