UNISCO World heritage Cities

UNESCO World Heritage Cities are monuments, landmarks, area, or sites which have been specifically recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). These sites are being selected on their significance in education culture history and science. Generally, these sites can be buildings, cities, complexes, desserts, islands, forests, monuments, lakes, or mountains.

The UNESCO has issued a guideline for implementation of the world heritage convention; they have listed ten selection criteria. To become or hold the title as a World Heritage site any entity must fulfil at least one criterion such as it represents The Masterpiece of human creativity or to have superlative natural phenomena (not ordinary) etc. The detailed list is given on the official website of UNESCO World Heritage Cities.

There are more than 250 locations around the world hold the title as World Heritage but among them some cities that didn’t extinct. Here is the list of some of those famous cities around the world.

City of Bath

UNISCO World heritage Cities

Location: Avon, England

World Heritage site, since 1987

Significance: Romans created this pace as a thermal spa, which later in middle ages played a crucial part in the development of the wool industry. During the 18th century, King George III developed this beautiful town matching elegant designs of Roman baths.

Vatican City

UNISCO World heritage Cities

Location: Vatican City

World Heritage site, since 1984

Significance:  A one of its kind artistic and architectural masterpieces collection within the boundaries of the city, one of the holiest places of Christianity. Explore more about this amazing city in our blog of Vatican City

Jaipur City

  Beautiful City Jaipur

Location: Rajasthan State of India

World Heritage site, since 2019

Significance:  This walled city founded in 1727 by King Sawai Jai Singh II and developed by Vedic architecture.

City of Verona

  UNISCO World heritage Cities

Location: Province of Verona, Italy

World Heritage site, since 2000

Significance:  From in the 1st century B.C. this beautiful city is flourishing beauty of incomparable monuments from the medieval period.

Acropolis, Athens

Acropolis, Athens

Location: Region of Attica, Greece

World Heritage site, since 1987

Significance: Its design and architecture is a universal symbol of great civilization & culture of Greeks.

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