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Such a handy reference book, I think these guys (UNESCO)need to make a GUIDEBOOK, because they actually have legitimately rigorous criteria for why a site is considered important (unlike the only ...
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AFRICA ancient archaeological architecture associated with euents Atlantic Ocean Baroque biological processes bird buildings built capital castle cathedral caves central century BC Church complex construction Cultural Landscape cultural tradition decorated Earth's history ecological and biological eighteenth century endemic ensemble euents of uniuersal EUROPE forest fortified gardens Gothic habitat for biodiuersity Heritage associated Historic Centre houses Human creatiue genius human history important Indian Interchange of ualues island karst lakes largest located Major stages mammals medieval Mediterranean Sea Monastery monuments Mosque mountain National Park Natural phenomena North outstanding example Pacific Ocean Palace period phenomena or beauty preserved region religious remains river rock Roman Romanesque royal sanctuary Significance in human Significant ecological Significant natural habitat sixteenth century species stages of Earth's stone temples terraces Testimony to cultural tombs towers Traditional human settlement unique uniuersal significance urban valley walls World Heritage World Heritage site