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Rapa Nui National Park(en)Smaller_Territories_(Chile) / Osterinsel / Hangaroa nature conservation park / area, UNESCO World Heritage SiteRapa Nui, the indigenous name of Easter Island, bears witness to a unique cultural phenomenon. A society of Polynesian origin that settled there c. A.D. 300 established a powerful, imaginative and original tradition of monumental sculpture and architecture, free from
Litomyšl Castle(en)Czech_Republic / Pardubicky / Litomysl (Litomyšl)castle, UNESCO World Heritage SiteCastle was originally a Renaissance arcade-castle of the type first developed in central Europe in the 16th century. Its design and decoration are particulary fine, including the later High- Baroque features added in the 18th century. It preserves intact the
Vézelay(en)France / Bourgogne / Asquins village, france, UNESCO World Heritage Site, historic centreVézelay is a commune in the Yonne département in the Bourgogne région of France. It is principally noted for Vézelay Abbey (Basilica of St. Magdalene), sited here since the 9th century. Bernard of Clairvaux preached the Second Crusade at Vézelay
Visitor center for Garajonay National Park(en)Spain / Santa_Cruz_de_Tenerife / Agulo nature conservation park / area, UNESCO World Heritage SiteGarajonay National Park (Spanish: Parque nacional de Garajonay) is located in the center and north of the island of La Gomera, one of the Canary Islands (Spain). It was declared a national park in 1981 and a World Heritage Site
Yakushi-ji Temple(en)Japan / Nara / Yamatokoriyama (Nara)UNESCO World Heritage Site, buddhist
Kasubi Tombs - UNESCO World Heritage Site -- Destroyed(en)Uganda / Central / Kampala (Kampala )tomb, UNESCO World Heritage SiteSite of mutesa's tomb.
Room 63 - Location(en)South_Africa / Western_Cape / Cape_Town (Robben Island - UNESCO World Heritage Site)This was the location of my room while employed at the Island for 3 years.
Takht-e Soleyman(en)Iran / Azarbayejan-e_Gharbi / Takab temple, interesting place, UNESCO World Heritage SiteTakht-e Soleyman (Persian: تخت سليمان, Literally: Throne of Solomon) is an archaeological site in West Azarbaijan, Iran. It lies midway between Urumieh and Hamadan, very near the present-day town of Takab, and 400 km (250 miles) west of Tehran. Takht-e
Hatra, Iraq(en)Iraq / Ninawa / Tall_Afar ruins, interesting place, UNESCO World Heritage SiteHatra, (Arabic: الحضر‎ al-Ḥaḍr), is an ancient ruined city in the Ninawa Governorate and al-Jazira region of Iraq. It is today called al-Hadr. Hatra was founded as an Assyrian city by the Seleucid Empire some time in the 3rd century
Kilo 11 - Guard post - Call sign Kilo 11 ( Kilo one-one)(en)South_Africa / Western_Cape / Cape_Town (Robben Island - UNESCO World Heritage Site)This post was manned 24/7 due to its location - it had a great view of the ocean. Since many boats/fishing/yachts ect. sometimes would unknowingly enter the no-entry zone. The island had a one-mile radius where no boats were allowed.
Sher Dor Madrasah(en)Uzbekistan / Samarkand / Samarkand (Samarkand)madrasah, UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed buildingIn the 17th century the ruler of Samarkand Yalangtush Bakhodur ordered the construction of the Sher-Dor and Tillya-Kori madrasahs. The Sher-Dor (Having Tigers) Madrasah was designed by architect Abdujabor.
Villa of Poppea(en)Italy / Campania / Torre_Annunziata (Торре-Аннунциата)interesting place, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Not approvedThis villa is believed to have belonged to Poppea Sabina, the second wife of the Emperor Nero, and dates back to the 1st century BC. The villa had been extended during imperial times and was undergoing restoration work at the
Saint Stepanous Cathedral(en)Azerbaijan / Babek / Babek cathedral, church, armenia, iran, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThe "Saint Stepanous" Cathederal is an Armenian cathederal situated near Jolfa city, East Azarbaijan Province northeast Iran. It was built in the 9th century and rebuilt in the Safavid era, after several earthquakes damaged it. In July 2008, Saint Stepanous
Naracoorte Caves Conservation Park(en)Australia / South_Australia / Mount_Gambier park, UNESCO World Heritage SiteNaracoorte Caves Conservation Park. Uneso world heritage site since 1994. It's an extensive fossil site.
Island of Mozambique - UNESCO World Heritage Site(en)Mozambique / Nampula / Mocambique island, interesting place, UNESCO World Heritage SiteUNESCO World Heritage Site. An island connected to the mainland by the Ilha de Mocambique bridge. Off the coast of Lumbo, Mozambique.
James Island - UNESCO World Heritage Site(en)Gambia / Brikama / Lamin island, fortification, slavery, interesting place, temp names, UNESCO World Heritage SiteKunta Kinte, author Alex Haley's supposed Mandingo ancestor, described in the book and TV series Roots, was probably shipped through James Island.
Brimstone Hill Fort & National Park(en)Saint_Kitts_and_Nevis / Saint_Anne_Sandy_Point / Sandy_Point UNESCO World Heritage Site, national park'The Gibraltar of the Caribbean', a well preserved and restored colonial fortification. UN World Heritage Site
Holy Trinity Cathedral(en)Russia / Sankt_Petersburg / Saint_Petersburg (Saint Petersburg)church, interesting place, UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed building
Abbey of Fontenay(en)France / Bourgogne / Marmagne monastery, cistercian, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThe Abbey of Fontenay is a Cistercian abbey located in the commune of Montbard, in the département of Côte-d'Or in France. CISTOPEDIA:
Fort near Uithoorn(en)Netherlands / Noord-Holland / Uithoorn fortification, interesting place, UNESCO World Heritage SiteCompleted in 1911, had a defensive task until 1959 but used by the Army until 1997. Two railways ran close to the fort (closed in 1936 and 1980's). Now owned by the National Forest Service. UNESCO ID-nr.: 759-031
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