Sacred royal burial sites, along with forests and mangroves filled with endemic Madagascan species, are included on the UNESCO list.
Madagascar is a unitary Semi-presidential republic located in the southern parts of Africa. It is the largest island in Africa and the fourth largest in the world. The country is rich in history, and researchers are still studying the possible earliest settlements in the area. There exists archeological evidence to show that the country was visited by foragers as early as 200 BC. Madagascar was an important transoceanic trading hub connecting ports in the Indian Ocean. In this article, we will discuss the UNESCO world heritage sites found in Madagascar.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Madagascar
Ambohimanga Royal Hill
Ambohimanga Royal Hill is considered to be the most significant symbol of cultural identity of Merina ethnic group.