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Documentation of the Practitioner of Ovoo Worship and local herder B.Batchuluun, along with Local Trainer D.Ochirkhuyag (Teacher of Culture Centre), at Lhyalganatyn Tsagaan Deluu Sacred Site, Orkhon Soum, Bulgan province

Reviving worshipping practices of sacred sites in Mongolia

16 June 2022 –  Mongolia,

Research expeditions, with representatives of local organizations and living heritage experts, were conducted to identify the sacred sites worshipped by communities, as part of the International Assistance (IA) project ‘Supporting natural and cultural sustainability through the revitalization and transmission of the traditional practices of worshipping the sacred sites in Mongolia’.This is to support the element ‘Mongolian traditional practices of worshipping the sacred sites’ which was inscribed in 2017 on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding (USL) of the 2003 Convention. ›››

One of the last projects approved

Financial assistance

  • Dominican Republic
  • Financial assistance : $ 98,752 +
  • Implementation dates : 23/06/2022 - 23/06/2022
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