A UNESCO World Heritage Site can be any place such as a forest, lake, building, island, mountain, monument, desert, complex or a city; which has a…
Source: List of World Heritage Sites in India identified by UNESCO
Italy knows how to do winter right. Show me the pasta!
Source: The undeniable charm of Alleghe in wintertime
According to a TravelSupermarket research survey, this is the country the most people want to visit. Who are we to argue?
Source: This Is the Country Everyone Wants to Travel to This Year
An arched entrance flanked by two towers, elaborate carvings and a broad-aisled nave: a 5th century limestone church in northwestern Syria is the architectural forerunner of France’s famed Notre-Dame cathedral. “The specific similarities between Notre-Dame and Qalb Lozeh are first and foremost, the twin tower design flanking the elaborate arched portal,” says Darke.
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After a decade of work, the historic district of Jerusalem finally has greater accessibility to pedestrians, carriages, vehicles, children, and tourists.
Source: Jerusalem’s Old City Now Accessible to People With Disabilities – The Tower
THEY rank as some of Scotland’s greatest treasures, providing a priceless glimpse into a past which would otherwise be lost in the mists of time.
Source: Public urged to help protect Scotland’s historic sites amid crackdown on vandals
I was inspired by today’s UNESCO World Heritage Day to post a few of my own photos – from Jamaica to Vermont to Sri Lanka – reflecting the power of our built heritage. I hope you …
Source: World Heritage Day: A Photo Gallery