Baghdad lobbied for more than three decades to get Babylon on UNESCO World Heritage List, but the way ahead may be even more difficult.
Source: Iraq poised for ambitious plan after Babylon listed by UNESCO
Babylon is once again in the forefront of world cultural information after the World Heritage Committee of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation included it in the World Heritage…
Source: Iraqis look at inclusion of Babylon on UNESCO list with doubts, sarcasm
Unesco’s World Heritage Committee voted to list the sprawling Mesopotamian metropolis of Babylon as a World Heritage Site after three decades of lobbying efforts by Iraq.
Source: Ancient Babylon designated a Unesco World Heritage site
The ancient city’s recognition feels long overdue – after all, it was first mentioned circa 2300 BC and ruled over by the legendary King Nebuchadnezzar II…
Source: Babylon is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, so why has it only just got a Unesco listing?
The historic attraction, next to Saddam Hussein’s palace, is now a Unesco World Heritage site – can it increase its tourism numbers beyond Iraq?
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The cradle of civilization and home of the famous Hanging Gardens, Babylon was reduced to ruins by the US invasion…
Source: Unesco World Heritage Site status will help restore Babylon
Other additions include ancient metallurgy sites in Burkina Faso, Iceland’s Vatnajökull National Park and eight buildings designed by Frank LLoyd Wright…
Source: Ancient City of Babylon Among New Unesco World Heritage Sites
The 4,000-year-old ancient city in Iraq has been named a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Source: Babylon becomes World Heritage Site