Cultural landscapes of UNESCO are products of man, nature; Karen Bradbury; Star & Stripes

Of all the well-recognized labels a monument, city or landscape can bear, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site designation is among the most prestigious. When a property is recognized as such, travel and tourism content creators are generally quick to highlight its vaunted status as a landmark that a highly respected international body has deemed to be of outstanding value to humanity and worthy of preservation.

Source: Cultural landscapes of UNESCO are products of man, nature

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