World Heritage

Some articles on world heritage, heritage, world:

List Of World Heritage Sites In The United States
... The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites are places of importance to cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention ... Park, both at the Second Session of the World Heritage Committee, held in Washington, D.C ...
South West Wilderness - World Heritage Area
... is an important part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Site, and is therefore regarded as containing "superlative natural phenomena or areas of ... of Tasmania’s land mass and, along with a few other smaller parks and areas, form the World Heritage Area ...
Seven Wonders Of Poland - Seven Wonders of Poland
... Salt Mine Kopalnia soli Wieliczka UNESCO World Heritage Site Wieliczka 2 Toruń Old Town UNESCO World Heritage Site Toruń 3 Malbork Castle Zamek w Malborku UNESCO World Heritage Site ...
Sarazm - World Heritage Status
... The proto-urban site of Sarazm was inscribed on the World Heritage List in July 2010 as "an archaeological site bearing testimony to the development of human settlements ... It is the first World Heritage Site in Tajikistan ...
Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City - Inscription
... to 20th century were preserved within the city, despite two world wars and significant decline during the 1970s ... integrity, despite some major regeneration and development projects since the Second World War ... major ports throughout both the UK and wider world ...

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