Here are the 10 sites have joined the temporary list:
The 15th century Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II social complex in northwestern city of Edirne - which served as the second capital of Ottoman Empire before Istanbul's conquest in 1453 - housing a health museum dedicated to the history of medicine in the Ottoman era and general health matters.
The 13th century Grand (Ulu) Mosque in Sivrihisar district of central Eskişehir province is of the largest mosques in Anatolia with a wooden structure that includes 67 wooden pillars holding the roof. Sivrihisar is regarded as the birthplace of important cultural and religious Muslim-Turkic figures such as Nasreddin Hodja, Yunus Emre and Aziz Mahmut Hüdayi.
The 15th century Hacı Bayram Mosque dedicated to Hacı Bayram Veli, the founder of the Bayrami sect, a Sufi poet and its surrounding buildings in capital Ankara. The mosque and the tomb are regarded as one of the most sacred places of Turkish capital, hosting traditional bayram prayers. Both buildings are located next to the Monumentum Ancyranum, which bears the most intact form of the "Res Gestae Divi Augusti" (The Deeds of the Divine Augustus), the monumental text - erected in some 30 locations - covering the life and and accoplishments of the first Roman emperor Augustus (Octavianus), who died in A.D. 14.