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Cameroon ratified the World Heritage Convention on 7 December, 1992. As of March 2010, it has only one World Heritage Site, in the Cultural category. Cameroon has submitted a further thirteen properties presently on the World Heritage Tentative List.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Cameroon

  1. Dja Faunal Reserve (1987)
Sites in Cameroon on the World Heritage Tentative List:
  1. La chefferie de Bafut (2006)
  2. Site archéologique de Shum Laka (2006)
  3. Mégalithiques de Saa (2006)
  4. Les Gravures Rupestres de Bidzar (2006)
  5. Les Diy-Gid-Biy du Mont Mandara (2006)
  6. Le Lamidat de Rey-Bouba (2006)
  7. Les chutes de la Lobé (2006)
  8. Parc national de Korup (2006)
  9. Parc national de Campo Ma’an (2006)
  10. Parc national de Lobeke (2006)
  11. Parc national de Waza (2006)
  12. Complexe des parcs nationaux de Boumba Bek et de Nki (2006)
  13. Partie camerounaise du Lac Tchad (2006)



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