The 34th session of the World Heritage Committee  inscribed 21 new sites, including 15 cultural, 5 natural and 1 mixed properties . Three countries, Kiribati, Marshall Islands and Tajikistan, had sites added for the first time. One existing natural site was also recognized for its cultural values and thus becomes a mixed site.
The new sites on the World Heritage List of Sites in Danger are:
The new mixed site is:
New cultural sites:
New natural sites:
Extended World Heritage sites:
The Committee also recognised the cultural values of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (Tanzania), which was inscribed in 1979 as a natural site. This property now becomes a mixed site.
The 34th session of the World Heritage Committee opened on 25 July and will close on 3 August. The next session will be held in June 2011 in Bahrain.
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