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Unesco world heritage

UNESCO World Heritage is a designation given to cultural and natural places of outstanding universal value. This means that these places are considered to be of great importance to humanity and should be preserved for future generations.
UNESCO World Heritage.

There are currently over 1,150 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 167 countries. These sites include natural wonders, such as the Grand Canyon and the Great Barrier Reef, as well as cultural treasures, such as the Taj Mahal and Machu Picchu.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites are protected by international law, and countries are required to take steps to preserve them. However, many of these sites are under threat from a variety of factors, including war, development, and climate change.

The UNESCO World Heritage Centre is the part of UNESCO that is responsible for the World Heritage Convention. The World Heritage Convention is an international treaty that aims to protect cultural and natural heritage around the world.

The UNESCO World Heritage Centre works with governments and other organizations to protect World Heritage Sites. They also provide funding for conservation projects and raise awareness of the importance of these sites.

Here are some of the most famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites:

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia
Great Barrier Reef UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Galapagos Islands in Ecuador
Galapagos Islands UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Taj Mahal in India
Taj Mahal UNESCO World Heritage Site
Machu Picchu in Peru
Machu Picchu UNESCO World Heritage Site
Petra in Jordan
Petra UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Great Wall of China
Great Wall of China UNESCO World Heritage Site
Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Japan
Kiyomizu-dera Temple UNESCO World Heritage Site
Angkor Wat in Cambodia
Angkor Wat UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Colosseum in Italy
Colosseum UNESCO World Heritage Site

These are just a few of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are around the world. These sites are a testament to the rich and diverse cultures of humanity, and they deserve to be protected for future generations.