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2011 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards

 

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2011 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation

Australia

Exeter Farm, New South Wales

 

China

Astor House Hotel, Tianjin
Baojiatun Watermill, Guizhou
Jianfu Palace Garden, Beijing
SCAD Hong Kong (Former North Kowloon Magistracy Building), Hong Kong SAR
Serkhang Monastery, Qinghai
Shamian Island History and Culture District, Guangdong
Taiping Bridge, Guizhou
Tsing Shan Monastery, Hong Kong SAR
Vicarage and Amahs’ Quarters of St. Andrew’s Church, Hong Kong SAR
Wukang Road, Shanghai

 

India

Kallivayalil Tharavadu, Kerala
Sumda Chun Gonpa, Leh

 

Indonesia

Bungkul Park, East Java
Grha Wismilak, East Java
Klenteng Talang, Jawa Barat
Surabaya City Hall, East Java

 

Iran

Chaleshtor Castle Entrance Porch, Shahrekord
Sar Masjed Fire Temple, Khozestan

 

Pakistan

Altit Fort, Hunza

 

Sri Lanka

Dutch Warehouse, Galle

 

Thailand

Mud-Brick Sim of Sranohn Temple, Khon Kaen
Na Phra Lan Historic Shophouses, Bangkok
Phrae Pung Tao Kong Shrine, Phrae
Praya Palazzo, Bangkok
Salarian Pavilion of Wat Kutao, Songkhla
Scriptures Hall of Wat Thepthidaram Worawihan, Bangkok

 

Viet Nam

Duc An House, Hoi An

 

 


2011 UNESCO Heritage Awards Jury Commendation for Innovation

 

Australia

Sydney Harbour YHA and the Big Dig Archaeology Education Centre, New South Wales

 

China

Hongdeng Primary School, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region
Ma’anqiao Village, Sichuan
Qinmo Primary School and Community Centre, Guangdong

 

Pakistan

Abruzzi Higher Secondary School, Shigar, Gilgit-Baltistan

 

Singapore

International Arbitration Centre


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