Designed by leading Italian urban planners and architects, mostly between 1930 and the 1960s, this architectural ensemble reflects the ideas of the Community Movement (Movimento Comunità).
A model social project, Ivrea expresses a modern vision of the relationship between industrial production and architecture.
Republic of Korea Criteria: (iii) The Sansa are Buddhist mountain monasteries located throughout the southern provinces of the Korean Peninsula.
Turkey Criteria: (i)(ii)(iv) Located in the Germuş mountains of south-eastern Anatolia, this site presents monumental circular and rectangular megalithic structures, interpreted as enclosures, which were erected by hunter-gatherers in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic age between 9,600 and 8,200 BC.Germany Criteria: (iii)(iv) The archaeological site of Hedeby consists of the remains of an emporium – or trading town - containing traces of roads, buildings, cemeteries and a harbour dating back to the 1 millennia CE.It is enclosed by part of the Danevirke, a line of fortification crossing the Schleswig isthmus, which separates the Jutland Peninsula from the rest of the European mainland.century CE by the Umayyad dynasty as the seat of the Caliphate of Cordoba.After prospering for several years, it was laid to waste during the civil war that put an end to the Caliphate in 1009-10.The features of the site include large winter houses and evidence of caribou hunting, as well as archaeological sites from Paleo-Inuit and Inuit cultures.The cultural landscape includes seven key localities, from Nipisat in the west to Aasivissuit, near the ice-cap in the east.Germany Criteria: (i)(ii) Located in the eastern part of the Thuringian Basin, the Cathedral of Naumburg, whose construction began in 1028, is an outstanding testimony to medieval art and architecture.Its Romanesque structure, flanked by two Gothic choirs, demonstrates the stylistic transition from late Romanesque to early Gothic.It is likely that these monuments were used in connection with rituals, probably of a funerary nature.Distinctive T-shaped pillars are carved with images of wild animals, providing insight into the way of life and beliefs of people living in Upper Mesopotamia about 11,500 years ago. Together they reflect the earliest activities of Christian missionaries and settlers in Japan – the phase of encounter, followed by times of prohibition and persecution of the Christian faith and the final phase of the revitalization of Christian communities after the lifting of prohibition in 1873.