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February 5, 2020

Pink City, Jaipur, receives 'UNESCO World Heritage City' Certificate.

UNESCO, India,

UNESCO, India,

Photos: Jaipur, India, February 05, 2020. UNESCO Director-General at the “Ceremony for Dedicating UNESCO Heritage Certificate” to Jaipur.

UNESCO, India,

Photo: Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, India. Image Credit: Roberta Zouain.

UNESCO, India,

Photo: Amber Fort, Jaipur, India. Image Credit: Patrick Rosenberg.

Jaipur, India, February 05, 2020 — The Director-General of UNESCO, Ms. Audrey Azoulay, today presented the UNESCO World Heritage City certificate to Jaipur, the “Pink City.”

“I have brought a message from UNESCO’s Paris headquarters. The global community has recognized the efforts of the people of Jaipur for the preservation of cultural heritage. It’s a matter of pride that UNESCO has listed Jaipur City in the World Heritage List. Jaipur is known for its specific planning. Its architecture, forts, and palaces make it a wonderful city. This inscription is a joint commitment to preserving this cultural heritage.” Ms. Azoulay stated.

“Jaipur has its own unique identity in all dimensions related to heritage. Its architecture reflects a spectacular inclusion of Persian, Mughal and Hindu designs. The Amber Fort is a perfect example of this,” she added.

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