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Sites funéraires et mémoriels de la Première Guerre mondiale (Front Ouest) (T) Thibault Magnien

The sites related to WW1 are of great universal significance. The conflict had a huge impact not only for the people who were involved in it but also for all mankind. It took human people from the era of artisanal and local war to industrial and global war. The site also embodies the need, following the conflict, to honour and remember, on a large scale, those who fought and suffered. For the first time, anonymous fighters were honoured as much as famous heroes.

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Les Plages du Débarquement, Normandie, 1944 (T) Thibault Magnien

The events related to Normandy 44, the operation Overlord and the WW2 in general, are of primary universal significance. These events shaped today’s world. The proposed sites in Normandy provide a clear testimony in the sense that they are well preserved and that the events and facts associated are clearly stated and explained.

In my opinion, this site deserves to be part of the WH list for its universal significance and as a testimony of one of the worst period in history.

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Cathédrale de Saint-Denis (T) Thibault Magnien

The basilica of Saint Denis, in the immediate suburbs of Paris, is a masterpiece of religious architecture and has been an artistic achievement and model throughout the centuries. The place has been the resting place of numerous French monarchs, as exemplified by its numerous sculpted tombs.

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Sites mégalithiques de Carnac (T) Thibault Magnien

To me, Carnac is the most important “missing WHS” for France. The site bears a unique testimony of the Neolithic period and possesses a tremendous variety of remains. It is definitely a must-see. The different museums in the area allow to better understand the site.

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Metz Royale et Impériale, enjeux de pouvoir, confrontations stylistiques et identité urbaine (T) Thibault Magnien

As many cities in France, Metz takes its origin in the Pre-Roman and Roman time, has been growing as major medieval centre and retains today a variety of great monuments from the different periods, including a splendorous cathedral. However, what makes Metz unique is its position, on the border between Germany and France. The city has been disputed during centuries between the two nations. The result is a unique combination of French and German culture.

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Profile data

Name: Thibault Magnien

Country: France

Visited WHS: 187

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Proposal New WHS:

Lists

  1. Major Town Houses
  2. Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes
  3. Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai
  4. Arequipa
  5. Villa d'Este
  6. Guimarães
  7. Alto Douro
  8. Calakmul
  9. Upper Middle Rhine Valley
  10. Kew Gardens
  11. Town Hall and Roland, Bremen
  12. Monte San Giorgio
  13. Macao
  14. Liverpool
  15. Regensburg
  16. Plantin-Moretus Museum
  17. Bordeaux
  18. Jeju
  19. Caral-Supe
  20. Fortifications of Vauban
  21. Mantua and Sabbioneta
  22. Stoclet House
  23. La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle
  24. Tower of Hercules
  25. Wadden Sea
  26. Longobards in Italy
  27. Royal Joseon Tombs
  28. The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier
  29. Hahoe and Yangdong
  30. Thang Long
  31. Albi
  32. Mining Sites of Wallonia
  33. Amsterdam Canal Ring
  34. Nord-Pas de Calais Mining Basin
  35. Prehistoric Pile Dwellings
  36. Fagus Factory
  37. University of Coimbra
  38. Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe
  39. Decorated cave of Pont d'Arc
  40. Van Nellefabriek
  41. Corvey
  42. Champagne
  43. Fontainebleau
  44. Amiens Cathedral
  45. Orange
  46. Arles
  47. Cistercian Abbey of Fontenay
  48. Speyer Cathedral
  49. Würzburg Residence
  50. Florence
  51. Hildesheim Cathedral and Church
  52. Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans
  53. Avignon
  54. Nancy
  55. Saint-Savin sur Gartempe
  56. Belem
  57. Monastery of Batalha
  58. Convent of Christ in Tomar
  59. Old City of Berne
  60. Abbey of St Gall
  61. Cuzco
  62. Machu Picchu
  63. Jesuit Missions of the Guaranis
  64. Vatican City
  65. Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust
  66. Cologne Cathedral
  67. Aachen Cathedral
  68. Iguazu National Park
  69. Statue of Liberty
  70. Works of Antoni Gaudí
  71. Chavin
  72. Huascaran National Park
  73. Pont du Gard
  74. Fortified City of Carcassonne
  75. Santiago de Compostela
  76. Iguacu
  77. Istanbul
  78. Evora
  79. Chan Chan
  80. Trier
  81. Durham Castle and Cathedral
  82. Stonehenge
  83. Gwynedd Castles
  84. Venice and its Lagoon
  85. Piazza del Duomo (Pisa)
  86. Sian Ka'an
  87. Palenque
  88. Westminster
  89. City of Bath
  90. Frontiers of the Roman Empire
  91. Chichen-Itza
  92. Tower of London
  93. Strasbourg
  94. Canterbury
  95. Lima
  96. Monastery of Alcobaça
  97. Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch
  98. Poblet Monastery
  99. Santo Domingo
  100. Quedlinburg
  101. Maulbronn Monastery
  102. San Gimignano
  103. Tiwanaku
  104. Sukhothai
  105. Ayutthaya
  106. Paris, Banks of the Seine
  107. Reims
  108. Prague
  109. Rammelsberg and Goslar
  110. Bamberg
  111. Bourges Cathedral
  112. Jesuit Missions of Trinidad and Jesus
  113. Horyu-ji Area
  114. Angkor
  115. Ha Long Bay
  116. Hué
  117. Völklingen Ironworks
  118. Ancient Kyoto
  119. Roskilde Cathedral
  120. Kronborg Castle
  121. Jelling
  122. City of Luxembourg
  123. Nasca Lines
  124. Vicenza
  125. Siena
  126. Messel Pit
  127. Sintra
  128. Bauhaus Sites
  129. Crespi d'Adda
  130. Ferrara
  131. Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple
  132. Haeinsa Temple
  133. Jongmyo Shrine
  134. Schokland
  135. Colonia del Sacramento
  136. Oporto
  137. Defence Line of Amsterdam
  138. Canal du Midi
  139. Independence Hall
  140. Ravenna
  141. Uxmal
  142. Maritime Greenwich
  143. Verona
  144. Mont-Saint-Michel
  145. Las Medulas
  146. Palau de la Musica Catalana & Hospital de Sant Pau
  147. Chartres Cathedral
  148. Changdeokgung Palace Complex
  149. Hwaseong Fortress
  150. Kinderdijk
  151. Botanical Garden, Padua
  152. Aquileia
  153. Modena
  154. Versailles
  155. Vézelay
  156. Classical Weimar
  157. Flemish Béguinages
  158. The Four Lifts
  159. Grand Place, Brussels
  160. Pyramids (Memphis)
  161. Coa Valley and Siega Verde
  162. Ir. D.F. Woudagemaal
  163. Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France
  164. Ancient Thebes
  165. Ancient Nara
  166. Lyon
  167. Provins
  168. Tarraco
  169. Nubian Monuments
  170. Bellinzone
  171. Historic Cairo
  172. Campeche
  173. Wartburg Castle
  174. Beemster Polder
  175. Villa Adriana (Tivoli)
  176. Rome
  177. Santa Maria delle Grazie
  178. Saint-Emilion
  179. Belfries
  180. Rietveld Schröderhuis
  181. Reichenau
  182. Zollverein
  183. Gyeongju
  184. Gochang, Hwasun, and Ganghwa Dolmen
  185. Roman Walls of Lugo
  186. Jesuit Block and Estancias of Córdoba
  187. Brugge