Ivrea recognized UNESCO heritage; ItalyRivierAlps

Italy consolidates the primacy of sites in the UNESCO World Heritage List with the inscription of “Ivrea, an industrial city of the twentieth century”, reaching 54.

Source: Ivrea recognized UNESCO heritage [Photo gallery]

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Ivrea gets UNESCO status but Prosecco country misses out – English; Redazione ANSA

The northwestern city of Ivrea has won UNESCO cultural heritage status but prosecco country has missed out. Ivrea was recognised as a prime site of the Italian industrial revolution and the “humanistic conception of work of Adriano Olivetti”. © ANSA

Source: Ivrea gets UNESCO status but Prosecco country misses out – English

19 new sites added to UNESCO World Heritage List; USA Today

UNESCO has added 19 new sites to its World Heritage List, ranging from a cathedral in Germany to volcanoes in France to Art Deco buildings in India.

Source: 19 new sites added to UNESCO World Heritage List

These 19 New UNESCO Sites Will Make You Want to Book Your Next Trip!; Cam Hadfield; Points with a Crew

Every year, UNESCO inscribes more places to their list of World Heritage Sites.  Check out the 19 new UNESCO sites, and make your new travel plans!

Source: These 19 New UNESCO Sites Will Make You Want to Book Your Next Trip! – Points with a Crew

Ivrea as UNESCO World Heritage Site; Roberto Gabetti e Aimaro Isola, Luigi Figini & Gino Pollini; Floornature

Italy now has its 54th UNESCO World Heritage Site ldquo;Ivrea industrial city of the 20th century” an acknowledgement of the entire system based on Adriano…

Source: Ivrea as UNESCO World Heritage Site | Floornature

Ivrea, the town that shot Italy into the technological era gets UNESCO status; Anna Martinelli; La Stampa

The “industrial city of the 20th century” is Italy’s 54th World Heritage site.

Source: Ivrea, the town that shot Italy into the technological era gets UNESCO status

UNESCO adds 12 sites to World Heritage List; Daniel Uria; UPI

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization added 12 archaeological and natural sites to its World Heritage List.

Source: UNESCO adds 12 sites to World Heritage List