| Cultural Heritage
A subject must represent a masterpiece of creative artistic
or aesthetic achievement.
A subject may be an architectural structure, a garden
and landscape design, or related artistic and cultural
properties which have remarkably influenced the lives
of people of a certain cultural zone or of a certain period
A subject must be old and unique or incredibly rare.
A subject may represent an unprecedented and superior
architectural style that has contributed to the advancement
of society, arts, science and technology, or industry.
A subject may be a superior and rare case of a traditional
piece of engineering or architecture which can easily
be destroyed by natural inclemency or easily damaged by
unavoidable cultural or economic changes.
A subject may represent an ideology, thought, photographs,
or persons which have great historic significance.
A conspicuous case representing some stage of the evolution
of the earth
A conspicuous case indicating an important geographical
change progressing today, biological evolution, or an
interaction between man and nature
A superior and rare case of an unprecedented natural
phenomenon, an ecosystem that is significant for people's
lives, a natural formation, topography, or place, a habitat
of great herds of animals, or a natural reserve covered
with a wide range of plants
A habitat where a rare or dwindling species of animal
or plant still survives, including one where a considerable
number of animals or plants are concentrated which share
universal interest and importance
Qualifications Other than those Aforementioned
A property concerned must have authenticity.
Proper legal support and provisions to protect the property
concerned must be prepared and secured.
If public viewing of a property is allowed, evidence
of a proper system of management and administration system
must be submitted.