The most popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the world, according to Instagram, is Rio de Janeiro. The city has been tagged over 23 million times using Instagram’s geotag feature.
Thousands, if not millions of travellers are visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the world every single day. That’s because these are notable for being iconic sites of cultural, historical, religious, and natural interest. It’s the crème de la crème of where to go if you’re an avid traveller. In 1978, the first 12 sites were announced: the Galapagos Islands, L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Park, Nahanni National Park, City of Quito, Simien National Park, Rock-Hewn Churches of Ethiopia, Aachen Cathedral…
Brazil boasts natural wonders recognized worldwide as World Natural Heritage sites. This certification is awarded by Unesco, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, and appreciates the environmental significance of these sites and the need for their preservation.
Just when you thought the list of places you absolutely must go was complete, it’s grown. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has just announced 29 new World Heritage Sites during the 43rd annual conference of the World Heritage Committee in Baku, Azerbaijan. There are now 1,121 World Heritage Sites around the …
Brazil’s Paraty named new UNESCO World Heritage Site…
Brasilia is reconciling its historic identity with the realities of contemporary life.
Rio de Janeiro has beaten out Paris and Melbourne to host the Architecture World Congress of 2020, officially taking on the corresponding World Capital of Architecture title by the UNESCO.
Brazil is a huge country, well known for its carnivals, rich coffee, fantastic soccer players, and diverse heritage. One of its most remarkable archaeological sites is the São Miguel das Missões.
Sun, sand and caipirinhas to a samba soundtrack: Fun seekers can enjoy sultry weather and tropical beaches year-round in Brazil, South America’s biggest country (and the fifth-largest on Earth), depending on which area you visit. Rio de Janeiro should be on every traveler’s bucket list for its distinct tropical landscape, Christ the Redeemer statue (one …
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Brasília is the capital city of Brazil. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about…
The provision of a new museum of Afro-Brazilian culture at a Unesco World Heritage site in Rio de Janeiro remains on the cards, despite speculation that delays could cause it to lose its Unesco status.