14 European heritage sites shortlisted for 7 Most Endangered programme 2019. Image: Europa Nostra via Flickr. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.

14 European heritage sites shortlisted for the 7 Most Endangered programme 2020

The 7 Most Endangered programme is organised by Europa Nostra, the Voice of Cultural Heritage in Europe, and the European Investment Bank Institute. It is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

The Shortlisted 14 endangered heritage sites are:

  1. National Theatre of Albania, Tirana, ALBANIA
  2. Karas – Traditional Wine Vessels, ARMENIA
  3. Khoranashat Monastery, Tavush Region, ARMENIA
  4. Castle Jezeří, Horní Jiřetín, CZECH REPUBLIC
  5. Tapiola Swimming Hall, Espoo, FINLAND
  6. Castle of Sammezzano, Tuscany, ITALY
  7. Archaeological Park of Sybaris, ITALY
  8. Ivicke House, Wassenaar, THE NETHERLANDS
  9. Y-block, Government Quarter, Oslo, NORWAY
  10. Szombierki Power Plant, Bytom, POLAND
  11. Belgrade Fortress and its surrounding, SERBIA
  12. Plečnik Stadium, Ljubljana, SLOVENIA
  13. Cuatro Caminos Metro Depot, Madrid, SPAIN
  14. Egyptian Halls, Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM

The final list of 7 most endangered heritage sites in Europe will be announced in March 2020.

Read the full press release at Europa Nostra.