UNESCO Enters Turkey's Endangered 'Bird Language' in Intangible Cultural Heritage List

Posted on:03 Jan 2018 13:04:52
UNESCO Enters Turkey's Endangered 'Bird Language' in Intangible Cultural Heritage List
03 January 2018 Current Affairs: The unusual and very efficient whistle language commonly called "bird language" used as a means of communication by villagers in remote northern Turkey entered the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

UNESCO accepted the "bird language" of Black Sea villagers as an endangered part of world heritage in need of urgent protection.
The unusual and very efficient whistle language commonly called "bird language" used as a means of communication by villagers in remote northern Turkey entered the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

UNESCO accepted the "bird language" of Black Sea villagers as an endangered part of world heritage in need of urgent protection.

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