Eight Wright buildings, located around the country, are the first American works of modern architecture that UNESCO deems “of outstanding universal value.”
Source: 8 Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright Added to UNESCO World Heritage List
More than 1,000 sites in 167 countries are recognized by the United Nations’ cultural organization (UNESCO) as World Heritage sites. They can be examples of outstanding natural beauty or man-made…
Source: Photos: America’s 24 world heritage sites, from the Statue of Liberty to Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings
In the United States, the Everglades National Park has been on the U.N.’s ‘World Heritage in Danger’ list since 2010. UNESCO is meeting this week and is expected to keep the troubled wetland on that list, despite decades of restoration efforts. VOA’s Kevin Enochs reports.
Source: America’s Troubled World Heritage Site: the Everglades
Road tripping Florida offers unbeatable natural beauty, the country’s best amusement parks, and tasty eats—here’s how to plan the ultimate Florida road trip.
Source: Ultimate Florida Road Trip Guide
The World Heritage list comprises more than 1,000 of our planet’s most important natural and cultural heritage sites, but from the ancient city of Venice to the forests and rivers of Yellowstone National Park, these extraordinary places are increasingly vulnerable to climate change. The 187 governments…
Source: It’s Time to Stop Ignoring the Climate Change Threat to World Heritage