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Sukur Cultural Landscape

Nomination 938 (inscribed)
1999 Nomination file 938 (18 MB)
Advisory Bodies Evaluations
1999 Advisory Body Evaluation (ICOMOS)
Maps
2021 Sukur Cultural Landscape - map of the inscribed property
1998 Sukur Cultural Landscape. Map showing the nominated property. Scale 1:50000
Decisions
2023 45COM 7B.130 - Sukur Cultural Landscape (Nigeria) (C 938)
2023 45COM 8B.35 - The Sukur and Diy-Gid-Biy cultural landscape of the Mandara Mountains (Cameroon, Nigeria)
2021 44COM 7B.10 - Sukur Cultural Landscape (Nigeria) (C 938)
2021 44COM 8D - Clarifications of property boundaries and areas by States Parties
2018 42COM 7B.48 - Sukur Cultural Landscape (Nigeria) (C 938)
2016 40COM 7B.17 - Sukur Cultural Landscape (Nigeria) (C 938)
2013 37COM 8E - Adoption of retrospective Statements of Outstanding Universal Value
1999 Report of the 23rd Session of the Committee
1999 23COM VIIIC.1 - Sukur Cultural Landscape (Nigeria)
Management Plans
2016 Sukur World Heritage Site Management Plan 2017 – 2021
2016 Disaster Risk Preparedness Management Plan 2017-2021, Sukur Cultural Landscape
Mission reports
2018 Report of the joint World Heritage Centre/ICOMOS Reactive Monitoring mission to the World Heritage property of Sukur Cultural Landscape (Nigeria), 23 - 26 May 2018
State of Conservation Reports by States Parties
2022 State of conservation report by the State Party / Rapport de l'Etat partie sur l'état de conservation
2020 State of conservation report by the State Party / Rapport de l'Etat partie sur l'état de conservation
2017 State of conservation report by the State Party / Rapport de l'Etat partie sur l'état de conservation
State of conservation reports
2023 State of conservation reports
2021 State of conservation reports
2018 State of conservation reports
2016 State of conservation reports
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