Written by Staff Writer
14 Aug, 2014 | 12:42 pm
Recommendations have been put forward to classify Mihintale, Ritigala and Sri Pada as world heritage sites.
The recommendations were made at the South Asian World Heritage conference in Lumbini, Nepal.
The conference was held from the 3rd to the 10th of this month.
A group representing Sri Lanka attended the conference.
Director of excavations of the Sri Lanka Archaeological Department, Namal Koddithuwakku noted that a special group from UNESCO had been appointed to look into the feasibility nominations made.
UNESCO will be classify the sites as world heritage sites once the reviews have been completed.
Eight (8) locations in Sri Lanka have been classified as world heritage site so far
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