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Representatives from 11 countries in the Asia-Pacific region on Wednesday opened a six-day conference to determine the cultural value of so-called holy mountains as U.N. World Heritage sites.

The conference is being hosted by the Wakayama prefectural government as part of its efforts to put Mount Koya and the shrines in the Kumano region on the World Heritage List.

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