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Thorsborne Trail start(en)Australia / Queensland / Ingham UNESCO World Heritage Site, nature conservation park / areaThe Thorsborne Trail is managed for wilderness experiences with no more than 40 people at any one time on the 3-4 day walk south from this point. About 30 km of magnificent beaches with rainforest mountains behind (rising to >1,100
Ciudad Colonial(en)Dominican_Republic / Santo_Domingo / Santo_Domingo (Santo Domingo)spain, colonialism, interesting place, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThe Colonial City. Contains buildings from the times of Columbus, as well as many tourist spots and shops. Ciudad Colonial, colloquially known as “Zona Colonial” (Colonial Zone), is part of the original Santo Domingo de Guzmán, Dominican Republic, and the
Euromast(en)Netherlands / Zuid-Holland / Rotterdam tower, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThe Euromast look-out tower, including its shadow. The highest building in urban Rotterdam. www:
The Archivo General de Indias ("General Archive of the Indies")(en)Spain / Sevilla / El_Cuervo_de_Sevilla (Seville)archives institution, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThe Archivo General de Indias ("General Archive of the Indies") is the document repository, housed in Seville in the ancient merchants' exchange, the Casa Lonja de Mercaderes, of extremely valuable archival documents illustrating the history of the Spanish Empire in
Rock art of the Camonica Valley(en)Italy / Lombardei / Ceto art, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThe rock art of Valcamonica is the testimony of 8000 years of European history, a history that begins 10,000 years ago and yet still remains, for the most part, unpublished.
Ruins of Pompeii(en)Italy / Campania / Pompei city, museum, volcano, archaeological site, archaeological site, UNESCO World Heritage Site, antique, historic, roman empirePompeii archeology site
Wieliczka Salt Mine entrance(en)Poland / Malopolskie / Wieliczka (Wieliczka)museum, mine, salt, kopalnia, wieliczka, UNESCO World Heritage Site, interesting placeThe entrance to the underground tourist route, located above the Daniłowicz Shaft.
Jokhang Temple(en)China / Xizang / Lasa (Lhasa)buddhist temple, tibet, tibetan, Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, UNESCO World Heritage SiteJokhang Temple, the religious heart of Tibet.
Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls(en)Italy / Lazio / Rome (Rome)church, UNESCO World Heritage Site, basilica, catholic After his execution, St Paul was buried in a cemetery at this site, about two kilometres from the city walls by the road to Ostia. A shrine, or cella memoriae, was soon erected, and many early Christians came to
Auschwitz II Birkenau(en)Poland / Malopolskie / Brzeszcze (Brzezinka)historic, tabor, miejsce, concentration camp, pamieci, concentration camp, UNESCO World Heritage Site, museum, memorial, Second World War 1939-1945, murderNazi Concentration and Extermination Camp Auschwitz II (Birkenau) is the camp that many people know simply as "Auschwitz". It was the site of the imprisonment of hundreds of thousands, and the killings of over one million people, mainly Polish citizens
Auschwitz I(en)Poland / Malopolskie / Oswiecim (Oświęcim)historic, tabor, miejsce, concentration camp, pamieci, concentration camp, UNESCO World Heritage SiteNazi Concentration and Extermination Camp Auschwitz I served as the administrative center for the whole complex. It was founded on May 20, 1940, on the basis of an old Polish brick army barracks. A group of 728 Polish political prisoners
Château de Fontainebleau(en)France / Ile-de-France / Fontainebleau castle, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThe Royal Château of Fontainebleau (in the Seine-et-Marne département) is one of the many French royal châteaux and a pet project of Francis I of France. The château as it is today is the work of many monarchs, building on
Peter and Paul's Fortress(en)Russia / Sankt_Petersburg / Saint_Petersburg (Saint Petersburg)fortification, interesting place, listed building, UNESCO World Heritage SiteSaints Peter and Paul Cathedral is here
Meteora(en)Greece / Trikala / Kastrakion UNESCO World Heritage Site, parkOne of the largest and most important complex of monasteries, build on natural sandstone rock pillars.
Basilica of San Vitale(en)Italy / Emilia-Romagna / Ravenna (Ravenna)church, UNESCO World Heritage SiteA jewel of Byzantine art, with marvellous mosaics.
Mausoleum of Theodoric(en)Italy / Emilia-Romagna / Ravenna (Ravenna)tomb, mausoleum, UNESCO World Heritage Sitebuilt in 520 AD by Theodoric the Great as his future tomb
Church of San Apollinare(en)Italy / Emilia-Romagna / Ravenna church, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThe Basilica of Sant' Apollinare in Classe is an important monument of Byzantine art in Ravenna, Italy. When the UNESCO inscribed eight Ravenna sites on the World Heritage List, it cited this basilica as "an outstanding example of the early
PAESTUM Area(en)Italy / Campania / Agropoli city, ancient, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Not approvedGreco Roman City. City began to decline in the 1st century BC. Has three temples in good condition.
Piazza dei Miracoli (Field of Miracles)(en)Italy / Toscana / Pisa (Pisa)square, UNESCO World Heritage Site, gardenCathedral Square.
Constantine's Basilica(en)Germany / Rheinland-Pfalz / Trier (Trier)church, site, historic, UNESCO World Heritage SiteThis building was a Roman basilica which was used as a throne room by Constintine the Great, when Trier was one of the capitals of the Roman Empire. Today, it is the main Lutheran church in otherwise Catholic Trier.
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