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|Title||Sites||State Parties||Description||Category||Date updated|
|Archaeology in the Caribbean - Martinique 2004||From the 20 to the 23 September 2004, the UNESCO World Heritage Centre organised an international seminar involving official representatives and experts in the area of Archaeology in the Caribbean for the ...||Rock art||2022-06-27|
|Human Evolution: Adaptations, Dispersals and Social Developments (HEADS)||Human Evolution related properties represent a process of evolutionary accretion that took place over a vast period of time, offering vital insight to scientific, cultural, ethological and historical dimensions of ...||Rock art||2022-06-27|
|Strategy for the preservation of rock art sites in Angola||Angola||Rock art is one of the most interesting types of remains for the study of ancient civilisations. It is a fragile and vulnerable form of heritage which can become the subject of degradation as a result of mass ...||Rock art||2022-06-27|
|Technical assistance for the management of iSimangaliso Wetland Park (South Africa) and Maloti-Drakensberg Park ...||iSimangaliso Wetland Park
|Lesotho · South Africa||The rationale of this project was to provide technical assistance through an advisory mission for the development of management mechanisms and tourism management for two recently inscribed sites, one natural and one ...||Rock art||2022-06-27|
|Rock Art||Concerning Rock Art, for the purpose of the Thematic Programme, it is understood in the form of paintings and engravings as clear and long-lasting evidence for the transmission of human conceptual thoughts and ...||Rock art||2022-03-02|