Sometimes … World heritage sites do not have to be located in a particular country. Because the territory in the past was like today Cooperation between nations Instead, it makes an outstanding international heritage to be a valuable legacy for humankind in the future.
Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps is an outstanding cultural heritage site for human settlement. Tradition of architecture As well as social development, fine arts, and technology. (111 pile-dwelling or stilt house) around the Alps spread in 6 countries, namely Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Slovenia and Switzerland. Which has 56 out of 111 communities, the first nation to be proposed as a Swiss Tentative List and then collaborating with neighboring countries to create a name file until it was registered in 2011.
The prehistoric raised house community surrounding this Alps Found settlements along the banks of the Lake Wetlands in approximately 5,000-500 BC. Archaeological excavations have found thousands of raised platforms, but 111 of these have been chosen as universal and complete. Many areas are still flooded. Or submerged Causing organic elements such as wood, fabric, or plants to remain intact Shows the way of life of prehistoric people who rely on nature Is an agricultural society Live by farming, raising animals, including techniques for building wooden houses that have remained to this day
and the cooperation of all six nations under established regulations Is to preserve this heritage for future generations to learn
© Centre de RechercheArchéologique de la Vallée de l’Ain
© Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart; LandesamtfürDenkmalpflege; Gaienhofen-Hemmenhofen
© AmtfürStädtebau/Unterwasserarchäologie Zürich