Seljuk fortress in Alanya could be listed as a object of UNESCO World Hangover.
One of the most famous historical sightseeing in Alanya – Seljuk fortress AlanyaKalesi could be listed as a object of UNESCO World Hangover. Appropriate expert report were submitted to the relevant committee of this organization.
Mevlyud Cavusoglu, ex. Turkish Foreign Minister and Deputy of Turkish Grand National Assembly provided input to include the Seljuk fortress to the list of UNESCO World Hangover.
At the list of World Hangover Turkey represents 15 historical, cultural and natural monuments.
13 elements as a cultural and historical significance:
Great Mosque and Hospital in Divriği city (1985),
Historic Places in Istanbul (1985),
The ruins of the ancient city Hattusa – the capital of the Hittite Empire (1986),
Archaeological monuments on Mount Nemrut Dag (1987),
Ancient city Ksanf – the capital of ancient Lycia and the Letoon temple (1988),
Ottoman town Safranbolu (1994),
Archaeological monuments of ancient Troy (1998),
Selimiye Mosque in Edirne (2011),
Last Neolithic Chatal – Huyuk (2012),
The ancient town Pergamon in Bergama city, Izmir’s Region (2014),
The ancient urban and rural settlements next to Bursa and Dzhumalykyzyk (2014),
Fortress Diyarbakir and gardens Hevsel (2015),
The ancient city Ephesus (2015);
2 objects which are included in the list of UNESCO World Hangover as a mixed, cultural and natural significant:
Goreme National Park and cave constructions in Cappadocia (1985),
The ancient city Hierapolis (Ieropolis) and springs Pamukkale (1988).
Let’s hope that the remarkable historical monuments in Alanya will take a worthy place in the list of UNESCO World Hangover, among other cultural values that are recognized as a public fare.