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It’s the perfect spot for couples, families and friends alike.
The Italian region responsible for the creation of one of the world’s most popular sparkling wines – Prosecco – has been bestowed with the distinguished honour of being named an official UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Prosecco’s prestige was recently recognized by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, who announced the region was being listed as a World Heritage Site.
This Riviera gem offers what its more famous counterparts are known for—splendid seaside settings, extraordinarily scenic coastlines, rustic Ligurian cuisine—and a lot more.