Archaeologists recently discovered a city road dating back over 3,000 years in Yinxu, or the Yin Ruins, in Anyang city of Central China’s Henan province, offering new insight on archaeological studies of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Chittorgarh Fort will become the first fort in India to be illuminated throughout the year…
A new report says glaciers in a third of UNESCO World Heritage sites will disappear. Two-thirds of glaciers in the heritage sites can be saved — but only if carbon emissions are cut quickly, it says.
After learning about the activities in the protected area of world heritage in the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the UNESCO World Heritage Center sent a letter asking for information about the potential impact that the newly built buildings near the Radimlja Necropolis and the Old Bridge in Mostar could have to these world heritage sites.
A Rhine River Cruise Is the Perfect Way to Discover Europe’s Lesser-Known Cities; Teddy Minford; Vogue
From the Black Forest to the canals of the Netherlands, these off-the-beaten-track European destinations have a fairytale magic.
Every year since 1978, UNESCO has added new natural and cultural places to its World Heritage sites list and the organization is expected to announced its newest additions for 2022 soon. In order to preserve locations’ “outstanding universal value”, the accolade provides enhanced protection against climate change and human development, as well as educating people about why these places are so special. From Korean tidal flats to a scenic Iranian railway, here are some of the latest additions.
One-Third of Iconic World Heritage Glaciers Will Melt by 2050, Study Finds; Sarah Kuta; Smithsonian Magazine
A new report from Unesco and the International Union for Conservation of Nature provides a bleak outlook for glaciers amid global warming…
A 3 days in Lisbon itinerary full of UNESCO World Heritage sites, stunning miradouros (view points), beautiful architecture and the infamous number 28 tram PLUS more Lisbon travel tips!
There are a number of structures across the world that have stood the test of time, and have witnessed the fiercest of wars, civilisation changes, and so much more. Witness to it all, these ancient sites around the world deserve a spot in your travel wishlist. If you are confused and don’t know where to start, here are some of the must-visits.
Renowned science website Live Science has listed Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO-recognised World Heritage site, among its list of 10 stunning natural wonders travelers should visit during their holiday.
From the Dolomites to Yosemite, UNESCO scientists have a stark warning about these vital ice giants.
STEVE McKENNA finds much to explore in ancient Thessaloniki…
Yosemite glaciers among the endangered in new report of UNESCO World Heritage sites; Carmen Kohlruss; Sacramento Bee
The campaign shows the seamless connections between a wealth of cultural heritage, alongside exciting experiences…
Italy and China take away all the limelight as the countries with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. But, do you know which other countries also boast of a significant number of such prominent sites?Well, here we are with the list of countries that are home to a big number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. How many did you know of?
Egyptian authorities jeopardising St Catherine’s nature reserve and indigenous population with tourism project…
Switzerland has created a world record to mark 175 years of the country’s railways…