A UNESCO team visits Mrauk-U, Rakhine State for a week-long World Heritage Site
Rakhine State Mrauk-U is being considered for World Heritage listing, and a UNESCO team is currently on a seven-day field trip.
Professor Massimo Sarti, an Italian water expert, has been conducting a field study in Mrauk-U since February 9.
According to the field inspection, the water use system of Mrauk-U was satisfactory, according to the Department of Archaeological Research and National Museum of Mrauk-U.
The study was conducted in two days. အ နူ မ ကန်၊ Kyauk Raj Kay Chaung; Ngwe Taung Pauk Creek Taung Phyu Canal Princesses It is learned that the waterway conditions of Mrauk-U town including Pan Zay Myaung Chaung were observed.
The draft proposal, which includes all the necessary information, including cultural identities of the Mrauk-U Cultural Area, was submitted in 2021. It was submitted to the World Heritage Committee in France on December 30.
The draft proposal will be submitted in 2022. It must be submitted in January, but it was submitted a month early due to the speedy completion of the work. Field studies are currently underway and UNESCO experts will visit in 2023.
Mrauk-U was founded by Rakhine King Min Saw Mon in 1430 AD and was a magnificent royal capital ruled by successive Rakhine kings for 354 years.