Nubia Bulletin
February 2013

Vandalized Nubian Pyramids

Amon Temple - Jebel Barkal

Amon Ram - Jebel Barkal

Christian era in Nubia

You can help in nominating a Nubian monument to the 2014 World Monuments Watch before the deadline on March 1, 2013.

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Nominate a Nubian Site to the 2014 World Monuments Watch!

Dear readers;

This is the final call from the World Monuments Watch to
nominate a Nubian site. We call upon all Sudanese, Nubians
and their friends to grasp this opportunity.

Nominate a Site to the 2014 World Monuments Watch!

World Monuments Watch and Enhanced Public Access

Through the Watch, WMF has collaborated with national authorities and other organizations to develop, promote, and re-envision the presentation of heritage sites. The conservation of the Temple of Hercules (1996 Watch) and the Temple of Portunus (2006 Watch) in Rome's Forum Boarium led to a reassessment of the significance and interpretation of this ancient commercial area. At the ruins of the Jesuit mission complex of San Ignacio Miní (1996 Watch) in Argentina, WMF helped create a new permanent exhibit for the existing site interpretation center. And on Easter Island, WMF helped develop a conservation and interpretation program that resulted in the construction of a new visitor center near the Orongo ceremonial village (1996, 2000 Watch). The visitor center provides an introduction to Rapa Nui National Park and helps to monitor and manage visitation to the fragile site.


Read below to learn more about how you can nominate a site to the Watch and make a difference.

2014 World Monuments Watch nominations are now being accepted. Deadline for nominations is March 1, 2013.

The World Monuments Watch calls international attention to cultural heritage around the world that is at risk from the forces of nature and the impact of social, political, and economic change. From archaeological sites to iconic architecture, cultural landscapes to historic urban centers, the Watch identifies places of significance in need of timely action.


Nominating a site to the Watch is a two-part process. Click here to submit an initial inquiry, after which a username and password will be provided to access the secure Online Nomination Form.


Information about the 2014 World Monuments Watch can be found at


Questions about the nomination process should be directed to


Please forward this email to colleagues and contacts who might be interested in submitting a nomination. Thank you for your interest in the World Monuments Watch!   

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