Assembly of Nations List of Natural Monuments

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The Assembly of Nations List of World Monuments is an scheme to recognise and protect sites of outstanding human or natural significance to the world's culture and environment. The list was first proposed in 1955 and is still being added to. This list contains the natural monuments, the other list the cultural monuments.

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Categories

  • 1: The monument represents a unique or rare natural phenomenon or landscape
  • 1a: The monument is an endangered natural feature
  • 3: The monument represents an outstanding and authentic example of a national or regional culture
  • 4: The monument has an outstanding historical significance in world or national history
  • 5: The monument has an outstanding significance to human memory
  • 6: The monument has a strong link to significant scientific, geographic, technological or other human endeavour

The list is not meant to incorporate artworks or cultural objects: these are protected under a separate scheme.

Endangered classifications

  • No = Monument is not currently threatened
  • Watch = Monument is undergoing protective measures or is considered to be at some risk
  • Risk = Monument has a current and significant danger to its survival
  • Critical = Monument is in imminent danger of destruction or is currently in disrepair

List of sites

Antaraphia

Site Country Inscribed Category Classified threatened Notes

Archanta

Site Country Inscribed Category Classified threatened Notes
Sidera Crater National Park Flag-of-Delta.PNG Neo Delta 2014 1 No

Tarephia

Site Country Inscribed Category Classified threatened Notes
Meteoro Latflag.png Latina 2000 1 No
Porta Ferra Latflag.png Latina 1991 1 No

Uletha

Site Country Inscribed Category Classified threatened Notes
Piilsmina Caves and Landscape Karolia flag.png Karolia 1976 1 Watch
Taamras Mountains Landscape and Saisraud Karolia flag.png Karolia 1991 1;3;5a Watch