The Czech Republic and Saxony will repeatedly submit their nomination of the mining region of Krušnohoří/Erzgebirge for UNESCO World Heritage Site listing. The joint nomination will be signed on Monday by Czech culture minister Daniel Herman and Saxony State interior minister Markus Ulbig.
The mountain region has been formed by 800 years of ore mining and processing and contains a number of unique historical mine shafts and other mining monuments.
The historical mining towns on both sides of the borders, including Jáchymov and Krupka in the Ore Mountains, have been seeking the prestigious label since 2014. The revised nomination will be submitted to the UNESCO committee at the beginning of 2018.
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