10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in England; Ba-Ba Mail

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There are plenty of places to see across England, but these 10 destinations have been named World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, and you should definitely see them.

When traveling a historically rich place like England, you absolutely cannot miss out on its historical sites. These places can be found on the list of UNESCO’s National Heritage Sites. All of the places you will see in the following article show the ancient England that we’ve all heard stories about, and are considered to be popular tourist sites that should not be skipped while vacationing there. So get to know the 10 places in England that have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO which will allow you embark on a journey in time to its fascinating past:

1. Blenheim Palace

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