Unesco objects

Cultural and natural heritage is an invaluable asset to each nation and to all of humanity, revealing its identity. The properties on the World Heritage List, which was launched in 1972, not only give a sense of pride, but also require responsibility and solidarity in preserving the significant heritage of humanity for generations to come. The UNESCO sites belong to all the nations of the world, regardless of where they are located. The 2019 UNESCO list included properties located in 193 different countries.

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