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.
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
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.
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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…
The “industrial city of the 20th century” is Italy’s 54th World Heritage site.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization added 12 archaeological and natural sites to its World Heritage List.