Measuring the civilizational scope and progress of countries with a long history, so that civilized countries do not continue their attempts to preserve archeological sites, and the UNESCO administration continues to add to the list of sites of endangered sites.
The area of Abumina, located in the Governorate of Alexandria, is called the Bedouin name of the region (Abu Mina), once a small village where the Holy Sepulcher is located, and the area until the early Middle Ages, the most important Christian center of pilgrimage in Egypt, was discovered in 1905 According to the German archaeologist (Kaufmann), the UNESCO Committee decided in 1979 to include the site in the (World Heritage List), and since 2001 it has been listed as a Endangered Site.
The Kingdom of the Urban
Or the Kingdom of Arabia is one of the oldest Arab kingdoms in Iraq on the Euphrates Island. Metal and statues also struck Greek and Roman coins and gained huge wealth as a result of economic prosperity.
The city became the capital of the ancient Assyrian kingdom, its ancient name (Pal Tell), and formed with Nineveh and Erbil the nucleus of the successive Assyrian monarchy.
The historic Iraqi city, located on the eastern bank of the Tigris River in Salah al-Din Province, is considered one of the most important holy cities among Shiite Iraqi because of the shrine of two imams Ali al-Hadi and Hasan al-Askari.
Shibam City and its Wall:
It is an archeological city and the center of Shibam district in Hadramout province in eastern Yemen. The city with 16th-century walls is one of the oldest and best examples of a careful urban organization based on the principle of vertical construction, which UNESCO added to the list of endangered sites in 2015.
It means a walled city, and it had seven gates, of which only the gates of Yemen, one of these ancient cities that were continuously inhabited at least in the fifth century BC, became the temporary capital of the Kingdom of Shuba in the first century AD.
It is a Yemeni city that is a place of great archaeological and historical importance, thanks to its local and military architecture and urban planning. In addition to being the capital of Yemen from the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries, UNESCO listed Zabid in 2000 as the historic capital of the World Heritage Sites in jeopardy over development threats.
After the state of Syria was exposed to the threat of terrorist groups, the old city of Damascus, the old city of Basra, the Palmyra site, the old city of Aleppo, the cavalry of knights and the castle of Salah al-Din, old villages in northern Syria were listed as endangered cultural heritage.
The Old City of Jerusalem and Its Walls: It is the center of the city of Jerusalem, surrounded by the Suleiman Magnificent Wall. A UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981 and a threat since 1982.
Church of Mary:
The Nativity Church was born in Bethlehem, South West Coast. It was built by Emperor Constantine 335. The Church of the Mary was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2012, the first Palestinian site on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Websites are in jeopardy and restoration work has begun to roll out this year, with renovations nearing completion.
Battir is a Palestinian rural town from the western rural villages of Bethlehem Governorate, characterized by nature and traditional orchards, also known for its eggplants. On rural land.
The Old Town of Hebron:
It is a historical part of Hebron in the southern West Bank of Palestine. Most of its buildings date back to the Mamluk period, dating back to the 11th century. The Old Town is listed on the World Heritage List as a region known for its universal value and unique architecture in 2017.
After the state of Libya was exposed to the threat of terrorist groups, the following sites were identified: the Lepda archaeological site, the Sabratha site, the Shahat site, the Tadarat Acacus rock and the ancient city of Ghadames.