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The Cultural Affairs Agency plans to urge UNESCO to register a set of churches and other Christian locations in Nagasaki and Kumamoto prefectures as World Heritage cultural sites in 2016, government officials said Friday.

Each country is allowed to recommend one World Heritage cultural site candidate each year to the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

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