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Peter Alleblas Profile

I am Peter and in 2009 I made my first real travels, The first travel was to Ecuador and when I came home I decided to travel 3 weeks more in my own country, The Netherlands. I discovered that I never visit a World Heritage Site in The Netherlands..... I visit them all after 3 weeks and the same I did with Belgium in the summer of 2009. Slowly I liked it more and more :-) I marked the places I visit and I was happily surprised when I found this site. So...I was not the only one that visit that kind of sites. Also I read a lot nice reviews here. The reason I visit World Heritage Sites is that I want to see something good. Some travellers marked countries, but when you have seen a country good ? With a WHS it is more simple (OK almost then). Like the cathedral at Cologne. I went into the free area, into the treasureroom and also I went upstairs. So that place I visit 100% and with a country that is never possible. Important for me in the future is to visit a lot of WHS but also other nice places in the world I will not skip. Update January 2017: The past years i was very busy with other things in life, but i not forget my passion. I hope to visit many more nice places (WHS) in the near future.

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Provins Peter Alleblas

Provins by Peter Alleblas

On a sunny day in August 2011 I visited the medieval town Provins. I parked my car in front of the tourist office. Fortunately there where some places left in the shadow. Outside the tourist office I saw that the tourist train was waiting for passengers. Of course I decided to walk, but my first impression was good, a beautiful tourist office, free toilets, a lot of information available and a little train ! In 5 minuts I walked to fortified wall and I made some nice photos of the wall and the gate. I saw that it was possible to climb the wall a little bit, but that I was for later. First I walked slowly to the center of the town. Now I saw a little bit more tourists, but in general it was quiet. One moment I thought that I was walking in a little German town because of the similar timber-framed houses.

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Primeval Beech Forests Peter Alleblas

Primeval Beech Forests by Peter Alleblas

In July 2011 I planned a long weekend Germany. After my visit to the Fagus Factory (Alfeld) I drove to the Kellerwald NP. The Kellerwald is part of the Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and the Ancient Beech Forests of Germany. Kellerwald is inscribed in July 2011. I arrived late in the afternoon and decided to visit first the Kellerwald information centre. The centre is build in 2008 and easy to find at the edge of the parc. The building is very nice and I paid 6 euro for the little exhibition about the wildlife inside the parc. The information is totally made with computergraphics. Also at the end they showed a 3D-movie about the parc.

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Profile data

Name: Peter Alleblas

Country: The Netherlands

Visited WHS: 115

Most Impressive: Galapagos Islands

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Recently Visited WHS

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  1. Galapagos Islands
  2. Mount Qingcheng and Dujiangyan
  3. Major Town Houses
  4. Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes
  5. Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai
  6. Villa d'Este
  7. Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
  8. Upper Middle Rhine Valley
  9. Stralsund and Wismar
  10. Three parallel rivers of Yunnan
  11. Town Hall and Roland, Bremen
  12. Primeval Beech Forests
  13. Thingvellir
  14. Regensburg
  15. Etruscan Necropolises
  16. Plantin-Moretus Museum
  17. Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries
  18. Vizcaya Bridge
  19. Dolomites
  20. Berlin Modernism Housing Estates
  21. South China Karst
  22. Teide National Park
  23. Fortifications of Vauban
  24. Stoclet House
  25. Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
  26. Valletta
  27. Wadden Sea
  28. Megalithic Temples of Malta
  29. Mining Sites of Wallonia
  30. Amsterdam Canal Ring
  31. Fagus Factory
  32. Serra de Tramuntana
  33. Bethlehem
  34. Van Nellefabriek
  35. Silk Roads
  36. Qhapaq Ñan
  37. Old City of Jerusalem
  38. Fontainebleau
  39. Speyer Cathedral
  40. Würzburg Residence
  41. Hildesheim Cathedral and Church
  42. Quito
  43. Sangay National Park
  44. Lübeck
  45. Vatican City
  46. Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust
  47. Cracow
  48. Cologne Cathedral
  49. Aachen Cathedral
  50. Auschwitz Birkenau
  51. Altamira Cave
  52. Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines
  53. Pont du Gard
  54. Trier
  55. Garajonay
  56. Venice and its Lagoon
  57. Ibiza
  58. Frontiers of the Roman Empire
  59. Great Wall
  60. Imperial Palace
  61. Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor
  62. Hierapolis-Pamukkale
  63. Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch
  64. Potsdam
  65. Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz
  66. Quedlinburg
  67. Maulbronn Monastery
  68. Sukhothai
  69. Ayutthaya
  70. Dong Phayayen
  71. Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng
  72. Paris, Banks of the Seine
  73. Rammelsberg and Goslar
  74. Bamberg
  75. Völklingen Ironworks
  76. Roskilde Cathedral
  77. Kronborg Castle
  78. City of Luxembourg
  79. Messel Pit
  80. Bauhaus Sites
  81. Schokland
  82. Defence Line of Amsterdam
  83. Mount Emei, including Leshan Giant Buddha
  84. Luther Memorials
  85. Chartres Cathedral
  86. Old Town of Lijiang
  87. Ping Yao
  88. Kinderdijk
  89. Versailles
  90. Classical Weimar
  91. Flemish Béguinages
  92. The Four Lifts
  93. Grand Place, Brussels
  94. Pyramids (Memphis)
  95. Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca
  96. Ir. D.F. Woudagemaal
  97. Ancient Thebes
  98. Provins
  99. Nubian Monuments
  100. Summer Palace
  101. Temple of Heaven
  102. Historic Cairo
  103. Museumsinsel (Museum Island)
  104. Wartburg Castle
  105. Beemster Polder
  106. Kalwaria Zebrzydowska
  107. Villa Adriana (Tivoli)
  108. Rome
  109. San Cristobal de La Laguna
  110. Saint-Emilion
  111. Belfries
  112. Saint Catherine Area
  113. Rietveld Schröderhuis
  114. Zollverein
  115. Brugge