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2010 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards

 

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2010 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation

Australia

Ballaarat Mechanics' Institute, Ballarat

 

China

Fang Guoyu's Old House, Lijiang
Former Quarry Bay School, Hong Kong SAR
Former Royal Air Force Headquarters, Hong Kong SAR
Fu’long Taoist Temple, Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province        
North Xinjiao Street, Taizhou, Zhejiang Province
Ping Shan Tang Clan Gallery Heritage Trail, Hong Kong SAR
Samdhong Lama’s Palace, Tibet Autonomous Region
Traditional Lijiang Commercial Establishments, Lijiang

 

India

Chowmahalla Palace, Hyderabad
Greenwoods, Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra state
Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai

 

Indonesia

Church of Kelahiran Santa Perawan Maria, East Java
Darmo Hospital, East Java
Majapahit Hotel, East Java
Paseban Tri Panca Tunggal, West Java

 

Iran

Hakim Historical Teahouse, Isfahan
Hotel Fahadan, Yazd
Salmasi House Museum, Tabriz

 

Japan

Red Brick Warehouse, Yokohama

 

Malaysia

25 China Street, Georgetown, Penang

 

Nepal

Toni Hagen House, Bhaktapur District

 

Pakistan

Gulabpur Khanqah, Shigar

 

Papua New Guinea

Dogura’s Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Milne Bay
Rev. Charles William Abel Memorial Church, Milne Bay
Samarai Island, Milne Bay

 

Singapore

149 Neil Road
Hong San See Temple

 

Sri Lanka

Old Houses in Galle Fort World Heritage Site, Galle

 

Viet Nam

Nguyen Tuong Family Chapel House, Hoi An

 

 

 


2010 UNESCO Heritage Awards Jury Commendation for Innovation


China

Bridge School, Pinghe, Fujian Province
1881 Heritage, Hong Kong SAR

 

Thailand

Ku Santarat Museum, Maha Sarakham Province




The subdivision of submitted projects by country is for practical purposes and ease of browsing only. Projects are judged independently of country or function.