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Profile David Berlanda

I was born in 1990 in Brno, in Czechoslovakia, today’s Czech Republic. My father is Italian and my mother Czech; we lived just for 3 years in Brno before moving to Italy, to Ala, in Trento Province. Despite of this, I conserved my double citizenship and I still use to pass part of my holidays at my grandparents’ house in Brno, where also live some of my relatives. After having finished the first year of the primary school in Ala, I moved to Rovereto (just 25 km away from my previous home) in 1997, and I completed there the primary and the secondary school. Then I moved again in 2005 to another house in the same town and then completed in 2009 the classical high school. Now I am attending the first year of the three-year course of International Studies at the Faculty of Sociology at the University of Trento. I can speak perfectly Italian and Czech, English at a good level and Spanish to some extent.
Obviously my main hobby is travelling and I cannot say when I became interested in it because my parents used to travel with me also when I was very small. However I have established in some way that the year 1997 is the first one of which I can remember my travels. At the beginning our travels were only occasional one day trips but they became soon more and more frequent. We began to do some more-than-one-day travels to Italian cities or regions, then flights to European capital cities and finally long car (our or rented) itineraries through one country each time. Now we use to travel almost every Sunday no more than 200 km away from Rovereto but above all to do more than 5 car or flight travels more-than-one-day long every year; in addiction there are 3 relaxing holidays in Brno every year. And there are the two main car travels of the year, usually one of about 10 days, the other of about 3 weeks.
I became aware of the world heritage very early, about in 1997, but I began to become seriously interest in it and to include WHS in my itineraries only several years later. The world heritage list is for me a sort of good guidebook and I try to include as many sites as possible in my travels as main destinations alongside some other places highly-rated in the guidebooks; in 2006 I began to add also tentative list sites. I also always use to keep myself informed about every aspect of the world heritage so I became deeply interested in it.
An important activity connected to travelling is planning the itineraries. I use to spend quite a lot of time planning every travel, to make it sure that every holiday results as good as possible. So I often download maps, opening times, descriptions… I also think that in the destination I choose everything, if possible, has to be visited before leaving.
Eventually I use to take many pictures of every monument I visit. The result is that in the last year I took more than 20000 pictures. Apart from the fact that I like watching and ordering them and trying to take them better and better, it is also the most useful way to remember the places I visited.
Finally, a last point for this short introduction to myself: what do I think about this website and why do I like to write my reviews on it? Well, I think that this is maybe the best site on the net to express my opinions about travelling and world heritage. Certainly I enjoy myself writing my reviews and spending time with the other possible activities on the site, even if I have always few time to do it. I think that these reviews are also very useful for improving my knowledge of world heritage and my English but also of art, history, geography and many other related arguments; in addiction I like to share my knowledge and experiences with those who would like to read about them. For these reasons, my reviews always include a part of description, partly done by myself, partly taken from the net or from tourist guidebooka and a part where my opinions and impressions are expressed. Therefore some reviews may be also very long, even if when I see that they are going to be infinite, I try to limit my description to the most important or the most basic data. However I hope my reviews will not be boring for anyone and just in case they will be, I hope some bored reader will excuse me. I'm also planning to restyle/rewrite my oldest reviews, which seem to be worse than the most recent ones because I was younger and had less experience.


I have visited 275 UNESCO WHS (259 cultural, 13 natural and 3 mixed in 31 countries); I count a site as visited if I have seen at least one monument or natural feature comprised in its core area - the asteriscs show how much I liked them and the year when I visited then for the first time (I consider the year 1997 as the first of which I can remember my travels):
AUSTRIA 8/9
 Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg *** 2003
 Palace and Gardens of Schönbrunn *** 2003
 Hallstatt-Dachstein Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape * 2004
 Semmering Railway * 2007
 City of Graz – Historic Centre and Schloss Eggenberg (1/2: Historic Centre of the City) *** 2007
 Wachau Cultural Landscape *** 2000
 Fertö / Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape ** 2007
 Historic Centre of Vienna *** 1997
BELGIUM 11/11
 Flemish Béguinages (6/13: Big Béguinage in Mechelen; Béguinage in Tongeren; Small Béguinage in Ghent; Béguinage of Sint Amandsberg in Ghent; Big Béguinage in Leuven; Béguinage in Brugge) *** 2008
 La Grand-Place, Brussels *** 2010
 The Four Lifts on the Canal du Centre and their Environs, La Louvière and Le Roeulx (Hainault) ** 2008
 Belfries of Belgium and France (16/56: Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp; City Hall in Antwerp; Belfry and Halls in Brugge; Belfry, Cloth Hall and Old Prison in Ghent; Belfry with Cloth Hall in Ieper; Church of Saint Peter / Belfry in Leuven; Old Hall with Belfry in Mechelen; Tower of Saint Rumbold in Mechelen; City Hall with Belfry in Oudenaarde; Church of Saint Germanus with City Tower in Tienen; Basilica of Our Lady with City Tower in Tongeren; Church of Saint Leonard in Zoutleeuw; Belfry of Mons; Belfry of Namur; Belfry of Tournai; Belfry of Amiens) ** 2008
 Historic Centre of Brugge *** 2008
 Major Town Houses of the Architect Victor Horta (Brussels) (4/4: Tassel House; Solvay House; Van Eetvelde House; House and Workshop Horta) *** 2010
 Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes (Mons) ** 2008
 Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai ** 2008
 Plantin-Moretus House-Workshops-Museum Complex ** 2008
 Stoclet House ** 2010
 Major Mining Sites of Wallonia (2/4: Grand Hornu; Bois du Luc) ** 2008
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1/2
 Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar ** 2010
CROATIA 7/7
 Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian *** 2010
 Old City of Dubrovnik (1/2: Old City)*** 2010
 Plitvice Lakes National Park *** 2010
 Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in the Historic Centre of Poreč *** 2008
 Historic City of Trogir *** 2010
 The Cathedral of St James in Šibenik ** 2010
 Stari Grad Plain ** 2010
CYPRUS 3/3
 Paphos (3/3: Aphrodite's Sacred City in Kato Paphos; Necropolis in Kato Paphos; Aphrodite's Sanctuary in Kouklia) *** 2012
 Painted Churches in the Troodos Region (10/10: Church of Saint Nicholas of the Roof in Kakopetria; Church of Saint John Lambadhistis in Kalopanayiotis; Church of Our Lady Phorviotissa in Nikitari; Church of Our Lady tou Arakou in Lagoudhera; Church of Our Lady tou Moutoulla in Moutoullas; Church of Archangel Michael in Pedhoulas; Church of the Holy Cross in Pelendri; Church of the Virgin Podithou in Galata; Church of the Holy Cross of Ayiasmati in Platanistasa; Church of the Transfiguration of the Saviour in Palaichori) *** 2012
 Choirokoitia ** 2012
CZECH REPUBLIC 12/12
 Historic Centre of Český Krumlov *** 2003
 Historic Centre of Prague (2/2: Historic Centre; Průhonice Park) *** 1998
 Historic Centre of Telč *** 1999
 Pilgrimage Church of St John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora * 1999
 Kutná Hora: Historical Town Centre with the Church of St Barbara and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec (2/2: Historical Town Centre with the Church of Saint Barbara; Cathedral of Our Lady) *** 1998
 Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape *** 1998
 Gardens and Castle at Kroměříž (2/2: Castle Garden and Castle; Pleasure Garden) ** 1999
 Holašovice Historical Village Reservation * 2006
 Litomyšl Castle ** 2000
 Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc * 1997
 Tugendhat Villa in Brno * 2003
 Jewish Quarter and St Procopius' Basilica in Třebíč ** 1999
ESTONIA 2/2
 Historic Centre (Old Town) of Tallinn *** 2012
 Struve Geodetic Arc * (2/34: Tartu Observatory; Meškonys; only in Estonia and Lithuania) 2012
FINLAND 1/7
 Fortress of Suomenlinna *** 2012
FRANCE 24/39
 Palace and Park of Versailles *** 2003
 Prehistoric Sites and Decorated Caves of the Vézère Valley (4/15: Laugerie Basse; Grand Roc; Cap Blanc; Cro de Granville) *** 2005
 Vézelay, Church and Hill ** 2005
 Amiens Cathedral *** 2009
 Arles, Roman and Romanesque Monuments (6/8: Amphitheatre; Ancient Theatre; Constantine's Bath; Les Alyscamps; Church of Saint Trophimus; Roman Exedra) *** 2005
 Cistercian Abbey of Fontenay ** 2005
 Roman Theatre and its Surroundings and the "Triumphal Arch" of Orange *** 2005
 From the Great Saltworks of Salins-les-Bains to the Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans, the production of open-pan salt * 2005
 Abbey Church of Saint-Savin sur Gartempe ** 2005
 Pont du Gard (Roman Aqueduct) *** 2005
 Strasbourg – Grande île *** 2009
 Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Former Abbey of Saint-Remi and Palace of Tau, Reims *** 2009
 Paris, Banks of the Seine *** 2003
 Bourges Cathedral *** 2005
 Historic Centre of Avignon: Papal Palace, Episcopal Ensemble and Avignon Bridge *** 2005
 Canal du Midi ** 2005
 Historic Fortified City of Carcassonne *** 2005
 Historic Site of Lyons *** 2005
 Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France (20/78: Basilica of Saint Seurin in Bordeaux; Basilica of Saint Michael in Bordeaux; Cathedral of Saint Andrew in Bordeaux; Cathedral of Our Lady in Le-Puy-en-Velay; Hospital of Saint James in Le-Puy-en-Velay; Church of Saint James in Asquins; Basilica of Saint Magdalen in Vézelay; Cathedral of Saint Stephen in Bourges; Basilica of Our Lady in L'Épine; Church of Notre-Dame-en-Vaux in Châlons-en-Champagne; Tower of Saint James in Paris; Ancient Abbey Church in Saint-Gilles-du-Gard; Basilica of Saint Saturnin in Toulouse; Hospital of Saint James in Toulouse; Cathedral of Saint Stephen in Cahors; Valentré Bridge in Cahors; Cathedral of Our Lady in Amiens; Church of Saint Eutropius in Saintes; Church of Saint Hilary the Great in Poitiers; Arles) *** 2005
 Belfries of Belgium and France (16/56: Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp; City Hall in Antwerp; Belfry and Halls in Brugge; Belfry, Cloth Hall and Old Prison in Ghent; Belfry with Cloth Hall in Ieper; Church of Saint Peter / Belfry in Leuven; Old Hall with Belfry in Mechelen; Tower of Saint Rumbold in Mechelen; City Hall with Belfry in Oudenaarde; Church of Saint Germanus with City Tower in Tienen; Basilica of Our Lady with City Tower in Tongeren; Church of Saint Leonard in Zoutleeuw; Belfry of Mons; Belfry of Namur; Belfry of Tournai; Belfry of Amiens) ** 2008
 Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion ** 2005
 The Loire Valley between Sully-sur-Loire and Chalonnes *** 2005
 Bordeaux, Port of the Moon ** 2005
 Fortifications of Vauban (1/12: Stronghold of Longwy) * 2008
 Episcopal City of Albi ** 2005
GERMANY 33/39
 Aachen Cathedral *** 2006
 Speyer Cathedral ** 2006
 Würzburg Residence with the Court Gardens and Residence Square (1/2: Residence) *** 2006
 Pilgrimage Church of Wies ** 2006
 Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust at Brühl ** 2006
 St Mary's Cathedral and St Michael's Church at Hildesheim (2/2: Lutheran Church of Saint Michael; Catholic Cathedral of Saint Mary) *** 2014
 Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier (9/9: Amphiteatre in Trier; Moselle Bridge in Trier; Barbara's Baths in Trier; Column in Igel; Porta Nigra in Trier; Imperial Baths in Trier; Aula Palatina in Trier; Cathedral in Trier; Church of Our Lady in Trier) *** 2006
 Frontiers of the Roman Empire (only in Germany) * 2006
 Hanseatic City of Lübeck *** (3/3: Burgkloster - Aegidienstrasse; Petrikirche - Dom zu Lübeck; Marienkirche, Rathaus, Marktplatz) 2014
 Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin *** 2008
 Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch * 2006
 Maulbronn Monastery Complex *** 2006
 Town of Bamberg *** 2006
 Völklingen Ironworks ** 2006
 Messel Pit Fossil Site * 2006
 Bauhaus and its Sites in Weimar and Dessau (3/5: Main Building of the Weimar Academy for Architecture and Building Arts - University in Weimar; Van-de-Velde Building of the Academy for Architecture and Building Arts - University in Weimar; House am Horn in Weimar) * 2006 AT THAT TIME MY WHS NUMBER 100
 Cologne Cathedral *** 2006
 Classical Weimar (11/11: Goethe's House in Weimar; Schiller's House in Weimar; City Church, Herder's House and Old High School in Weimar; City Castle in Weimar; Widow's Palace in Weimar; Duchess Anna Amalia's Library in Weimar; Princes' Tomb and Historic Cemetery in Weimar; Park on the Ilm with Roman House, Goethe's Garden House and Garden in Weimar; Castle, Orangery and Castle Park Belvedere in Weimar; Castle and Castle Park Tiefurt in Weimar; Castle and Castle Park in Ettersburg) ** 2006
 Museumsinsel (Museum Island), Berlin * 2008
 Wartburg Castle ** 2006
 Monastic Island of Reichenau ** 2011
 Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen * 2006
 Historic Centres of Stralsund and Wismar *** (2/2: Stralsund; Wismar) 2014
 Upper Middle Rhine Valley ** 2006
 Muskauer Park / Park Mużakowski * 2011
 Town Hall and Roland on the Marketplace of Bremen ** 2014
 Old town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof *** 2006
 Berlin Modernism Housing Estates (2/6: Schiller Park Estate, Big Siemens City Estate) * 2008
 Wadden Sea (1/7: National Park Wadden Sea Niedersachsen, part III) * 2014
 Fagus Factory in Alfeld * 2014
 Margravial Opera House Bayreuth * 2006
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 Dresden Elbe Valley *** 2006
 Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe ** 2006
 Carolingian Westwork and Civitas Corvey ** 2006
GREECE 10/17
 Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae ** 2003
 Acropolis, Athens *** 2000
 Archaeological Site of Delphi *** 2000
 Meteora *** 2001
 Sanctuary of Asklepios at Epidaurus *** 2001
 Archaeological Site of Mystras *** 2003
 Archaeological Site of Olympia *** 2003
 Monasteries of Daphni, Hosios Loukas and Nea Moni of Chios (2/3: Monastery of Daphni; Monastery of Hosios Loukas; Monastery of Nea Moni of Chios) *** 2003
 Pythagoreion and Heraion of Samos (2/2: Pythagoreion; Heraion) ** 2013
 Archaeological Sites of Mycenae and Tiryns (2/2: Archaeological Site of Mycenae; Archaeological Site of Tiryns) *** 2000
HOLY SEE 2/2
 Historic Centre of Rome, the Properties of the Holy See in that City Enjoying Extraterritorial Rights and San Paolo Fuori le Mura (14/16: Historic Centre of Rome; Complex of Saint John Lateran; Complex of the Holy Stairs; Complex of Saint Mary the Major; Palace of Saint Callixtus; Chancellery Palace; Propaganda Fide Palace; Maffei Palace; Convertendi Palace; Northern Propilei Palace; Southern Propilei Palace; Pio Palace; Santo Uffizio Palace; Basilica of Saint Paul outside the Walls) *** 2001
 Vatican City *** 2001
HUNGARY 5/8
 Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue (2/2: Banks of the Danube and Buda Castle Quarter; Andrássy Avenue and Underground) *** 2004
 Old Village of Hollókő and its Surroundings ** 2014
 Millenary Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma and its Natural Environment ** 2004
 Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs (Sopianae) *** 2014
 Fertö / Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape ** 2007
IRELAND 2/2
 Archaeological Ensemble of the Bend of the Boyne *** 2012
 Sceilg Mhichíl *** 2012
ITALY 46/50
 Rock Drawings in Valcamonica (3/6: Municipal Park of Luine; Municipal Archaeological Park of Seradina-Bedolina; National Park of the Rock Drawings of Capo di Ponte / Regional Reserve of the Rock Drawings of Ceto Cimbergo and Paspardo) *** 2004
 Church and Dominican Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie with "The Last Supper" by Leo nardo da Vinci *** 2001
 Historic Centre of Rome, the Properties of the Holy See in that City Enjoying Extraterritorial Rights and San Paolo Fuori le Mura (14/16: Historic Centre of Rome; Complex of Saint John Lateran; Complex of the Holy Stairs; Complex of Saint Mary the Major; Palace of Saint Callixtus; Chancellery Palace; Propaganda Fide Palace; Maffei Palace; Convertendi Palace; Northern Propilei Palace; Southern Propilei Palace; Pio Palace; Santo Uffizio Palace; Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls) *** 2001
 Historic Centre of Florence *** 2001
 Piazza del Duomo, Pisa *** 2001
 Venice and its Lagoon *** 1997
 Historic Centre of San Gimignano *** 2001
 City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto (25/25: City of Vicenza; Villa Trissino now Trettenero in Vicenza; Villa Gazzotti Grimani in Vicenza; Villa Almerico Capra called "La Rotonda" in Vicenza; Villa Angarano in Bassano del Grappa; Villa Caldogno in Caldogno; Villa Chiericati in Grumolo delle Abadesse; Villa Forni Cerato in Montecchio Precalcino; Villa Godi Malinverni in Lugo Vicentino; Villa Pisani Ferri in Lonigo; Villa Pojana in Pojana Maggiore; Villa Saraceno in Agugliaro; Villa Thiene in Quinto Vicentino; Villa Trissino in Sarego; Villa Valmarana Zen in Bolzano Vicentino; Villa Valmarana Bressan in Monticello Conte Otto; Villa Badoer called "La Badoera" in Fratta Polesine; Villa Barbaro in Maser; Villa Emo in Vedelago; Villa Zeno in Cessalto; Villa Foscari called "La Malcontenta" in Mira; Villa Pisani in Montagnana; Villa Cornaro in Piombino Dese; Villa Serego in San Pietro in Cariano; Villa Piovene in Lugo Vicentino) *** 1997
 Crespi d'Adda ** 2003
 Ferrara, City of the Renaissance, and its Po Delta (2/2: Ferrara; Diamantina) *** 1999
 Historic Centre of Naples *** 2006
 Historic Centre of Siena *** 2001
 Castel del Monte ** 2014
 Early Christian Monuments of Ravenna (7/8: Mausoleum of Galla Placidia; Basilica of Saint Vitalis; Neonian Baptistry; Archiepiscopal Chapel; Basilica of New Saint Apollinaris; Arian Baptistry; Mausoleum of Theodoric; Basilica of Saint Apollinaris in Classe) *** 1998
 Historic Centre of the City of Pienza ** 2002
 The Trulli of Alberobello (6/6: House of Love; Market Square; Historical Museum; Trullo Sovrano; Aja Piccola Quarter; Monti Quarter) *** 2014
 18th-Century Royal Palace at Caserta with the Park, the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli, and the San Leucio Complex *** 2006
 Archaeological Area of Agrigento *** 2007
 Archaeological Areas of Pompei, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata (4/7: Pompei; Villa of the Mysteries in Pompei; Herculaneum; Villa A in Torre Annunziata) *** 2006
 Botanical Garden (Orto Botanico), Padua * 2005
 Cathedral, Torre Civica and Piazza Grande, Modena ** 1997
 Costiera Amalfitana *** 2006
 Portovenere, Cinque Terre, and the Islands (Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto) (1/4: Cinque Terre but without Portovenere) ** 2005 AT THAT TIME MY WHS NUMBER 50
 Residences of the Royal House of Savoy (5/14: Command Zone in Turin; Madama Palace in Turin; Carignano Palace in Turin; Castle of the Valentino in Turin; Queen's Villa in Turin) *** 2002
 Villa Romana del Casale *** 2007
 Archaeological Area and the Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia *** 2007
 Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park with the Archeological sites of Paestum and Velia, and the Certosa di Padula (1/3: Paestum, Velia, Carthusian monastery of Padula, Vallo di Diano but without Mount Cervati) *** 2006
 Historic Centre of Urbino *** 2002
 Villa Adriana (Tivoli) *** 2007
 Assisi, the Basilica of San Francesco and Other Franciscan Sites (2/2: Town of Assisi, Saint Damian, Hermitage of the Prisons, Sanctuary of Rivotorto and Historic Landscape; Basilica of Saint Mary of the Angels and Palace of the Captains of Forgiveness) *** 2002
 City of Verona *** 1997
 Isole Eolie (Aeolian Islands) ** 2007
 Villa d'Este, Tivoli *** 2003
 Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto (South-Eastern Sicily) (8/8: Caltagirone; Catania; Militello Val di Catania; Modica; Noto; Palazzolo Acreide; Ragusa; Scicli) *** 2007
 Sacri Monti of Piedmont and Lombardy (3/9: Sacro Monte del Rosario in Varese; Sacro Monte di Santa Maria Assunta in Serralunga di Crea; Sacro Monte della Beata Vergine del Soccorso in Ossuccio) ** 2007
 Etruscan Necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia (2/2: Etruscan Necropolis of Banditaccia in Cerveteri; Etruscan Necropolis of Monterozzi in Tarquinia) *** 2007
 Val d'Orcia *** 2007
 Syracuse and the Rocky Necropolis of Pantalica (3/3 Necropolis of Pantalica; Epipolae, Achradina, Tyche, Neapolis, Euryalus Castle, Dionysian fortifications but without the Scala Greca area; Ortygia) *** 2007
 Genoa: Le Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli *** 2005
 Mantua and Sabbioneta (2/2: Mantua; Sabbioneta) *** 1997
 Rhaetian Railway in the Albula / Bernina Landscapes * 2009
 The Dolomites (6/9: Marmolada; Pale di San Martino San Lucano – Dolomiti Bellunesi – Vette Feltrine; Northern Dolomites Cadorine but without Sett Sass; Sciliar-Catinaccio; Rio delle Foglie; Brenta Dolomites) *** 1997
 Longobards in Italy. Places of the Power (568-774 A.D.) (5/7: Gastaldaga Area and Episcopal Complex in Cividale del Friuli; Monumental Area with Monastic Complex of San Salvatore-Santa Giulia in Brescia; Castrum with Church of Saint Mary Outside the Walls in Castelseprio and Torba Tower in Gornate Olona; Basilica of Holy Saviour in Spoleto; Tempietto in Campello sul Clitunno) *** 2000
 Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps (only in Italy; 2/111: Molina di Ledro; Fiavé-Lago Carrera) * 2000
 Medici Villas and Gardens in Tuscany (4/14: Villa of Poggio a Caiano; Boboli Garden in Florence; Villa of Cerreto Guidi; Villa of Poggio Imperiale in Florence)*** 2001
 Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato (1/6: Monferrato of the Infernot) * 2009
JORDAN 4/4
 Petra *** 2014
 Quseir Amra *** 2014
 Um er-Rasas (Kastrom Mefa'a) (2/2: Castrum; Tower) *** 2014
 Wadi Rum Protected Area *** 2014
LATVIA 1/2
 Historic Centre of Riga *** 2012
LITHUANIA 4/4
 Vilnius Historic Centre *** 2012
 Curonian Spit (only in Lithuania)** 2012
 Kernavė Archaeological Site (Cultural Reserve of Kernavė) * 2012
 Struve Geodetic Arc * (2/34: Tartu Observatory; Meškonys; only in Estonia and Lithuania) 2012
LUXEMBOURG 1/1
 City of Luxembourg: its Old Quarters and Fortifications ** 2008
MALTA 3/3
 City of Valletta *** 2010
 Hal Saflieni Hypogeum *** 2010
 Megalithic Temples of Malta (6/6: Ġgantija Temples; Ħaġar Qim; Mnajdra; Ta' Hagrat; Skorba; Tarxien) *** 2010
MOROCCO 9/9
 Medina of Fez (1/2: Fès El Bali; Fès Jdid) *** 2011
 Medina of Marrakesh (2/2: Medina and Agdal Garden; Menara Garden) *** 2013
 Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou *** 2013
 Historic City of Meknes *** 2011
 Archaeological Site of Volubilis *** 2011
 Medina of Tétouan (formerly known as Titawin) ** 2011
 Medina of Essaouira (formerly Mogador) (2/2: Medina of Essaouira; Archipelago of Essaouira) ** 2013
 Portuguese City of Mazagan (El Jadida) ** 2011
 Rabat, modern capital and historic city: a shared heritage(2/3: New City, Kasbah of the Udayas, Medina, Almohad Wall and Gates, Archaeological Site of Chellah but without Garden of Test; Hassan Mosque and Mausoleum of Mohammed V) *** 2011
NETHERLANDS 8/10
 Schokland and Surroundings * 2008
 Defence Line of Amsterdam (4/45: Fort along Nekkerweg in Beemster; Fortress - Defensive tower on the Ossenmarket in Weesp; Fortress in Muiden; West Battery in Muiden) * 2008
 Mill Network at Kinderdijk-Elshout ** 2008
 Ir.D.F. Woudagemaal (D.F. Wouda Steam Pumping Station) ** 2008
 Droogmakerij de Beemster (Beemster Polder) * 2008
 Rietveld Schröderhuis (Rietveld Schröder House) * 2008
 Historic Centre of Amsterdam *** 2008
 Van Nellefabriek * 2014
POLAND 9/14
 Cracow's Historic Centre *** 2005
 Wieliczka Salt Mine *** 2005
 Auschwitz Birkenau German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp (1940-1945) (2/2: Auschwitz; Birkenau) * 2005
 Historic Centre of Warsaw *** 2013
 Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: the Mannerist Architectural and Park Landscape Complex and Pilgrimage Park * 2005
 Churches of Peace in Jawor and Świdnica (2/2: Lutheran Church of Peace under the invocation of the Holy Ghost in Jawor; Lutheran Church of Peace under the invocation of the Holy Trinity in Świdnica)** 2010
 Wooden Churches of Southern Little Poland * 2005
 Muskauer Park / Park Mużakowski * 2011
 Centennial Hall in Wrocław ** 2010
PORTUGAL 12/15
 Convent of Christ in Tomar *** 2008
 Monastery of Batalha *** 2008
 Monastery of the Hieronymites and Tower of Belém in Lisbon (2/2: Monastery of the Hieronymites; Tower of Belém) *** 2008
 Historic Centre of Évora ** 2008
 Monastery of Alcobaça *** 2008
 Cultural Landscape of Sintra *** 2008
 Historic Centre of Oporto *** 2008
 Prehistoric Rock-Art Sites in the Côa Valley and Siega Verde (only in Portugal; 2/17: Canada do Inferno but without Rego da Vide; Penascosa) ** 2008 AT THAT TIME MY WHS NUMBER 150
 Alto Douro Wine Region ** 2008
 Historic Centre of Guimarães *** 2008
 Garrison Border Town of Elvas and its Fortifications (Amoreira aqueduct; Historic Centre; Fort of Saint Lucy but without the covered way; Fort of Grace) ** 2008
 University of Coimbra – Alta and Sofia ** 2008
SAN MARINO 1/1
 San Marino Historic Centre and Mount Titano ** 2002
SLOVAKIA 7/7
 Historic Town of Banská Štiavnica and the Technical Monuments in its Vicinity *** 2010
 Levoča, Spišský Hrad and the Associated Cultural Monuments (2/2: Spišský Hrad and its Associated Cultural Monuments; Levoča and the Work of Master Paul in Spiš) *** 2010
 Vlkolínec * 2010
 Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst (only in Slovakia; 3/7: Component neighbouring Silica and Jasov; Component of Koniar Plateau; Dobšinská Ice Cave) *** 2010
 Bardejov Town Conservation Reserve ** 2010
 Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians (only in Slovakia; 1/10: Vihorlat) * 2010
 Wooden Churches of the Slovak part of the Carpathian Mountain Area (9/15: Hervartov; Tvrdošín; Kežmarok; Leštiny; Church in Hronsek; Belfry in Hronsek; Bodružal; Ladomirová; Ruská Bystrá) ** 2010
SLOVENIA 2/3
 Škocjan Caves ** 2008
 Heritage of Mercury. Almadén and Idrija (3/12: Old Town in Idrija, Smelting Plant in Idrija, Kamšt water pump with the Rake water channel and Kobila dam in Idrija; only in Slovenia) ** 2013
SPAIN 25/44
 Alhambra, Generalife and Albayzín, Granada (2/2: Alhambra and Generalife; Albayzín) *** 2007
 Burgos Cathedral *** 2007
 Historic Centre of Cordoba *** 2007
 Monastery and Site of the Escurial, Madrid (2/2: Palace, monastery, subsidiary buildings and gardens; Subsidiary building La Casita del Infante) *** 2007
 Works of Antoni Gaudí (7/7: Güell Park in Barcelona; Güell Palace in Barcelona; Milá House in Barcelona; Vicens House in Barcelona; Nativity Façade of Sagrada Familia but without the crypt in Barcelona; Battló House in Barcelona; Crypt at the Colònia Güell in Santa Coloma de Cervelló) *** 2007
 Old Town of Ávila with its Extra-Muros Churches *** 2007
 Old Town of Segovia and its Aqueduct *** 2007
 Historic City of Toledo *** 2007
 Mudejar Architecture of Aragon (8/10: Tower, Ceiling and Drum of the Cathedral of Saint Mary de Mediavilla in Teruel; Tower and Church of Saint Peter in Teruel; Tower of the Church of Saint Martin in Teruel; Tower of the Cathedral of Holy Saviour in Teruel; Apse and Tower but without the Cloister of the Collegiate Church of Saint Mary in Calatayud; Mudejar Remains of the Aljafería Palace in Zaragoza; Tower and Church of Saint Paul in Zaragoza; Apse, Parroquieta and Drum of the Seo Cathedral in Zaragoza) *** 2007
 Old Town of Cáceres ** 2007
 Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias in Seville (3/3: Cathedral; Royal Alcazars; Archives of the Indies) *** 2007
 Poblet Monastery *** 2007
 Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida (19/22: Aqueduct of the Miracles in Mérida; Aqueduct of Saint Lazarus in Mérida; Guadiana River Dam, Roman Bridge over Guadiana River, Alcazaba in Mérida; Roman Theatre, Amphitheatre, Amphitheatre House in Mérida; Trajan's Arch, Temple of Concord; Saint Catherine's Basilica in Mérida; Saint Eulalia’s Basilica: Interpretation Centre, Temple of Mars in Mérida; Roman Circus in Mérida; The Mithraeum House, Columbaria Funerary Area; Church of Saint Claire and Visigothic Art Collection in Mérida; Proserpina Dam in Mérida; Local Forum in Mérida; Roman Wall and Albarrana Islamic Tower in Mérida; National Museum of Roman Art in Mérida; Saint Eulalia’s Obelisk in Mérida; Roman Bridge over Albarregas River in Mérida; Temple of Diana in Mérida; Thermal Baths in Mérida; Thermal Baths in Alange) *** 2007
 Route of Santiago de Compostela *** 2007
 Royal Monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe ** 2007
 Doñana National Park * 2007
 Historic Walled Town of Cuenca (4/4: Precint Inside the Walls; Quarter of the Castle; Quarter of Saint Anthony; Quarter of the Shooters) ** 2007
 La Lonja de la Seda de Valencia ** 2007
 Palau de la Música Catalana and Hospital de Sant Pau, Barcelona (2/2: Palace of the Catalan Music; Hospital of Saint Paul)*** 2008
 Rock Art of the Mediterranean Basin on the Iberian Peninsula (1/727: Cabra Feixet) * 2007
 University and Historic Precinct of Alcalá de Henares ** 2007
 Archaeological Ensemble of Tárraco (14/14: Roman Walls in Tarragona; Imperial Cult Enclosure in Tarragona; Provincial Forum in Tarragona; Circus in Tarragona; Colonial Forum in Tarragona; Roman Theatre in Tarragona; Amphitheatre, Basilica and Romanesque Church in Tarragona; Palaeochristian Cemetery in Tarragona; Aqueduct in Tarragona; Tower of the Scipios in Tarragona; Médol Quarry in Tarragona; Centcelles Villa-Mausoleum in Constantí; Villa dels Munts in Altafulla; Triumphal Arch in Roda de Barà) *** 2007
 Palmeral of Elche * 2007
 Aranjuez Cultural Landscape ** 2007
 Renaissance Monumental Ensembles of Úbeda and Baeza (2/2: Úbeda; Baeza) ** 2007
SWITZERLAND 8/11
 Benedictine Convent of St John at Müstair ** 2004
 Convent of St Gall ** 2008
 Old City of Berne *** 2011
 Three Castles, Defensive Wall and Ramparts of the Market-Town of Bellinzone ** 2005
 Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch *** 2011
 Lavaux, Vineyard Terraces ** 2011
 Rhaetian Railway in the Albula / Bernina Landscapes * 2009
 La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle, Watchmaking Town Planning (2/2: La Chaux-de-Fonds; Le Locle)* 2011
TURKEY 6/13
 Historic Areas of Istanbul (4/4: Archaeological Park; Süleymaniye Mosque and its Associated Conservation Area; Zeyrek Mosque and its Associated Conservation Area; Land Walls) *** 2013
 Hierapolis-Pamukkale *** 2013
 Archaeological Site of Troy ** 2013
 Selimiye Mosque and its Social Complex *** 2013
 Bursa and Cumalıkızık: the Birth of the Ottoman Empire (6/8: Khans Area - Orhan Ghazi Complex and its surroundings; Hudavendigar Murad I Complex; Yildirim Bayezid I Complex; Yesil Mehmed I Complex; Muradiye Murad II Complex; Cumalikizik Village)*** 2013
 Pergamon and its Multi-Layered Cultural Landscape (2/9: Pergamon, the Multi-Layered City; Tavsan Tepe Tumulus)
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND 10/28
 Giant's Causeway and Causeway Coast *** 2012
 Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites (2/2: Stonehenge and Associated Monuments; Avebury and Associated Monuments) *** 2009
 Blenheim Palace ** 2009
 City of Bath *** 2009
 Westminster Palace, Westminster Abbey and Saint Margaret's Church *** 2007
 Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey, and St Martin's Church (3/3: Cathedral; Abbey of Saint Augustin; Church of Saint Martin) *** 2009
 Tower of London ** 2007
 Maritime Greenwich *** 2007
 Dorset and East Devon Coast (4/8: Orcombe Rocks to Chit Rocks; Chesil, the Fleet and Portland Coast; Bowleaze Cove to Peveril Point; New Swanage to Studland Bay) ** 2009
 Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ** 2007
 Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape (2/10: Caradon Mining District; Tamar Valley Mining District but without Tavistock) * 2009


I have visited 182 TENTATIVE LIST sites (155 cultural, 13 natural and 14 mixed in 26 countries):
AUSTRIA 7/11
 Abbey of Kremsmünster ** 2008
 Cultural Landscape of "Innsbruck-Nordkette/Karwendel" *** 1998
 Great Spas of Europe ** 2014
 Frontiers of the Roman Empire - The Danube Limes in Austria ** 1997
 Heiligenkreuz Abbey ** 2007
 Iron Trail with Erzberg and the Old Town of Steyr *** 2007
 Old Part of Hall in Tirol *** 2006
BELGIUM 14/16
 Funerary and Memorial of the First World War (West Front) ** 2008
 Great Spas of Europe ** 2008
 Guiette House, Populierenlaan 32, Antwerp * 2008
 Historic Core of Antwerp - from the Scheldt to the Old Walls of About 1250 *** 2008
 Leuven, University Buildings, the Heritage of Six Centuries within the Historic Centre ** 2008
 Palace of Prince-Bishops of Liège * 2008
 Places of Memory and Monuments of the Great War: the Westhoek and Nearby Regions ** 2008
 The Battlefield of Waterloo, the End of the Napoleonic Epic * 2008
 The Historic Medieval Core or the "Cuve" of Ghent and the Two Abbeys that Originated it *** 2008
 The Mosan Citadels * 2008
 The Palace of Justice of Brussels ** 2010
 The Panorama of the Battle of Waterloo, Particularly Significant Example of the "Phenomenon of Panoramas" ** 2008
 The Passages of Brussels/the Royal Arcades of Saint Humbert ** 2010
 The Plateau of the Hautes-Fagnes * 2008
 The Section Bavay-Tongeren of the Roman Road Boulogne-Cologne Situated on the Territory of the Walloon Region * 2008
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 0/8
CROATIA 11/17
 Burg - Castle of Veliki Tabor ** 2010
 City of Motovun * 2008
 Diocletian's Palace and the Historical Nucleus of Split * 2010
 Historical-Town Planning Ensemble of Ston with Mali Ston, Connecting Walls, the Mali Ston Bay Nature Reserve, Stonsko Polje and the Salt Pans ** 2010
 Kornati National Park and Telašćica Nature Park **
 Primošten Vineyards *
 The Historic Town of Korčula ** 2010
 The Venetian Works of Defence between 15th and 17th Centuries *
 Varaždin - Historic Nucleus and Old Town (the Castle) ** 2010
 Velebit Mountains ** 2010
 Zadar - Episcopal Complex *** 2010
CYPRUS 6/12
 Agia Paraskevi at Geroskipou * 2012
 Agioi Varnavas and Ilarion at Peristerona * 2012
 Church of Ayios Sozomenos, Galata * 2012
 Church of Panayia Chrysokourdaliotissa * 2012
 Klirou Bridge ** 2012
 The rural settlement of Fikardou ** 2012
CZECH REPUBLIC 16/18
 Český Ráj (Czech Paradise) Rock Cities *** 2004
 Cultural Landscape of the Stud Farm at Kladruby nad Labem * 2007
 Extension of the World Heritage Site "Historic Centre of Prague" with the Important Monuments in its Vicinity ** 2008
 Fishpond Network in the Třeboň Basin *** 2000
 Great Spas of Europe *** 2006
 Mountain-Top Hotel and Television Transmitter Ještěd 2011 *
 Paper Mill at Velké Losiny * 2007
 Renaissance Houses at Slavonice *** 2004
 Sites of Great Moravia: Slavonic Fortified Settlement at Mikulčice - Church of St.Margaret at Kopčany * 2001
 The Betlém Rock Sculptures near Kuks ** 2009
 The Fortress of Terezín * 2008
 The Industrial Complexes at Ostrava ** 2007
 The Karlštejn Castle *** 2004
 The Spa at Luhačovice ** 2006
 The West Bohemian Spa Triangle ** 2009
 Žatec – the Hops Town ** 2008
ESTONIA 3/3
 Baltic Klint * 2012
 Kuressaare Fortress ** 2012
 Wooded Meadows (Laelatu, Kalli-Nedrema, Mäepea, Allika, Tagamoisa, Loode, Koiva, Halliste) * 2012
FRANCE 5/37
 Cathedral of Saint-Denis *** 2006
 Nîmes, from Antiquity to the Present ***
 The Ancient Towns of the Narbonensis and their Territory: Nîmes, Arles, Glanum, Aqueducts, Via Domitia *** 2005
 The Mediterranean Shore of the Pyrenees ** 2007
 Vineyard of the slopes of Nuits and Beaune *** 2005
GERMANY 4/8
 Heidelberg Castle and Old Town ** 2006
 Schwetzingen: A Prince Elector's Summer Residence - Garden Design and Freemasonic Allusions ** 2006
 Speicherstadt and Chilehaus with Kontorhaus District ** 2014
 The Architectural and Urban Work of Le Corbusier – Two Houses of the Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart * 2008
GREECE 6/15
 Ancient Greek Theatres *** 2000
 Ancient Lavrion * 2011
 Archaeological Site of Ancient Messene ** 2003
 Fortress of Spinalonga ** 2005
 Late Medieval Bastioned Fortifications in Greece ** 2000
 Minoan Palatial Centres (Knossos, Phaistos, Malia, Zakros, Kydonia) *** 2005
HOLY SEE 0/0
HUNGARY 6/11
 Caves of the Buda Thermal Karst System * 2014
 Frontiers of the Roman Empire – Ripa Pannonica in Hungary ** 2004
 Mediaeval Royal Seat and Parkland at Visegrád ** 2004
 Ödön Lechner’s Independent Pre-modern Architecture 2004 *
 The Mediaeval Castle-Fort of Esztergom * 2004
 The Network of Rural Heritage Buildings in Hungary * 2013
 The Tihany Peninsula * 2013
IRELAND 7/7
 Early Medieval Monastic Sites *** 2012
 The Burren ** 2012
 The Céide Fields and North West Mayo Boglands ** 2012
 The Historic City of Dublin *** 2012
 The Monastic City of Clonmacnoise and its Cultural Landscape *** 2012
 The Royal Sites of Ireland: Cashel, Dún Ailinne, Hill of Uisneach, Rathcroghan Complex, and Tara Complex *** 2012
 Western Stone Forts ** 2012
ITALY 26/40
 Arab-Norman Palermo and the Cathedral Churches of Cefalù’ and Monreale *** 2007
 Bradyseism in the Flegrea Area *** 2006
 Citadel of Alessandria * 2007
 Fortress Town of Palmanova * 2007
 Historic Centre of Lucca *** 2001
 Historic Centre of Parma *** 1998
 Historic Centre of Pavia and Chartreuse *** 2005
 Lake Maggiore and Lake d'Orta Lakelands ** 2004
 Medici Villas * 2007
 Monte Sant'Angelo and the Via Sacra Langobardorum ** 2014
 Mothia Island and Lilibeo: The Phoenician-Punic Civilization in Italy ** 2007
 Orvieto *** 2001
 Romanesque Cathedrals in Puglia *** 2014
 Salento and the "Barocco Leccese" *** 2014
 Scrovegni's Chapel *** 2002
 Taormina and Isola Bella ** 2007
 The Aniene Valley and Villa Gregoriana in Tivoli ** 2007
 The City of Bergamo *** 1998
 The Marble Basin of Carrara ** 2007
 The Porticoes of Bologna * 1998
 The Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene (Le Colline del Prosecco di Conegliano e Valdobbiadene) * 2014
 The Transhumance: The Royal Shepherd's Track * 2014
 The Venetian Works of Defence between 15th and 17th Centuries ** 1998
 Via Appia "Regina Viarum" *** 2003
 Villas of the Papal Nobility ***
 Volterra: Historical City and Cultural Landscape *** 2001<
JORDAN 10/15
 Al Qastal (Settlement) * 2014
 Dana Biosphere Reserve ** 2014
 Gadara (Modern Um Qeis or Qays) ** 2014
 Jerash Archaeological City (Ancient Meeting Place of East and West) *** 2014
 Mujib Nature Reserve *** 2014
 Old City of Salt ** 2014
 Shaubak Castle (Montreal) * 2014
 The Baptismal Site (Bethany beyond the Jordan) * 2014
 The Sanctuary of Agios Lot, at Deir 'Ain 'Abata * 2014
 Um el-Jimal (City) *** 2014
LATVIA 2/3
 Kuldīga Old Town in the Primeval Valley of the River Venta ** 2012
 Viking Monuments and Sites / Grobiņa Archaeological Complex * 2012
LITHUANIA 1/1
 Trakai Historical National Park ** 2012
LUXEMBOURG 0/0
MALTA 7/7
 Cittadella (Victoria - Gozo) ** 2010
 Coastal Cliffs * 2010
 Knights' Fortifications around the Harbours of Malta ** 2010
 Maltese Catacomb Complexes *** 2010
 Mdina (Città Vecchia) *** 2010
 Qawra/Dwejra *** 2010
 Victoria Lines Fortifications * 2010
MONTENEGRO 4/6
 ’Biogradska gora’ National Park * 2010
 Cetinje Historic Core ** 2010
 Old Town of Bar ** 2010
 The Venetian Works of Defence between 15th and 17th Centuries ** 2010
MOROCCO 4/12
 Casablanca, XXth Century City, Crossroads of Influences * 2011
 City of Lixus * 2011
 Mosque of Tinmel ** 2013
 Moulay Idriss Zerhoun ** 2011
NETHERLANDS 2/9
 Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie * 2008
 Sanatorium Zonnestraal * 2008
POLAND 0/4
PORTUGAL 8/11
 Arrabida * 2008
 Coimbra University ** 2008
 Dinosaur Ichnites * 2008
 Forest Park of the Discalced Carmelites, Buçaco ** 2008
 Historic Centre of Santarém * 2008
 Mafra Palace, Convent and Royal Hunting Park ** 2008
 Pombaline 'Baixa' or Downtown of Lisbon *** 2008
 Town of Marvão and the Craggy Mountain on which it is Located ** 2008
SAN MARINO 0/0
SLOVAKIA 8/14
 Gemer and Abov Churches with the Medieval Wall Paintings * 2010
 Geyser in Herľany * 2010
 Limes Romanus - The Roman Antique Monuments on the Middle Danube * 2010
 Natural and Cultural Landscape of Danube Region *** 1998
 Original Meadow - Pasture Sites of Slovakia ** 2010
 Sites of Great Moravia: Slavonic Fortified Settlement at Mikulčice – Church of St. Margaret at Kopčany * 2007
 The Concept of the Lenticular Historical Town Core of Košice City ** 2010
 The Memorial of Chatam Sófer * 2007
SLOVENIA 3/3
 Classic Karst * 2008
 Franja Partisan Hospital * 2013
 Fužina Hills in Bohinj * 2013
SPAIN 8/27
 Bulwarked Frontier Fortifications * 2007
 Greek Archaeological Ensemble in Empúries, l'Escala, Girona ** 2007
 Plasencia - Monfragüe - Trujillo: Mediterranean Landscape ** 2007
 Renaissance and Baroque Architecture in the City of Granada (Extension of Granada) *** 2007
 Roman Ways. Itineraries of the Roman Empire * 2007
 The Mediterranean Facet of the Pyrenees (France-Spain) ** 2007
 The Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and Natural Surroundings * 2007
 The Silver Route ** 2007
SWITZERLAND 1/1
 Urban and Architectural Work of Le Corbusier * 2011
TURKEY 10/52
 Aizanoi Antique City ** 2013
 Archaeological Site of Aphrodisias *** 2013
 Ephesus *** 2013
 Historic Town of Birgi ** 2013
 Mausoleum and Sacred Area of Hecatomnus * 2013
 Medieval City of Beçin ** 2013
 Odunpazari Historical Urban Site ** 2013
 Seljuk Caravanserais on the Route from Denizli to Dogubeyazit * 2013
 The Ancient City of Sardis and the Lydian Tumuli of Bin Tepe *** 2013
 Trading Posts and Fortifications on Genoese Trade Routes from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea * 2013
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND 3/14
 Chatham Dockyard and its Defences ** 2009
 Darwin’s Landscape Laboratory * 2009
 Great Spas of Europe *** 2009


PAST MAIN TRAVELS longer than one day
September 2000: Greece + Pesaro 5 days
March 2001: Florence 2 days
June 2001: northern and central Tuscany 3 days
September 2001: Greece + Ancona 7 days
December 2001: Rome and Vatican City + Orvieto 2 days
May 2002: Umbria + Sansepolcro and Forlì 3 days
June 2002: Umbria + Pienza, Montepulciano and Arezzo
August-September 2002: Marche + San Marino, Rimini and Faenza 6 days
February-March 2003: Rome and Vatican + Tivoli 3 days
June 2003: Ferrara and Ravenna 2 days
June 2003: Paris + Versailles and Auxerre 4 days
September 2003: southern Greece 7 days
February 2004: Florence 2 days
2004: Munich + Herrenchiemsee 2 days
July-August 2004: Czech Paradise and western part of Central Bohemia 3 days
September 2004: Budapest and north-western Hungary 4 days
April 2005: Genoa and Cinque Terre 3 days
June 2005: Crete 5 days
August 2005: central Little Poland 3 days
August-September 2005: southern and central France + Bellinzona and Aosta 15 days
October-November 2005: Rome and Vatican + Ostia Antica 4 days
February 2006: Paris + Saint-Denis 4 days
April 2006: Southern Bohemia 2 days
June 2006: Ravenna + Faenza 2 days
June 2006: Campania 7 days
August-September 2006: southern and central Germany 14 days
November 2006: Province of Varese + Crespi d'Adda 2 days
December 2006: northern Tuscany 3 days
February 2007: London 5 days
February-March 2007: northern and central Tuscany 2 days
March 2007: Munich 2 days
April 2007: Florence 2 days
April 2007: Semmering railway, southern Neusiedlersee and Sopron 2 days
April-May 2007: southern and central Friuli-Venezia Giulia 2 days
June 2007: Sicily 10 days
August-September 2007: southern and central Spain + southern Languedoc-Roussillion 21 days
October-November 2007: Latium + Pienza 5 days
December 2007: Turin 2 days
February 2008: Barcelona 4 days
February 2008: central and southern Greece 5 days
May-June 2008: Trieste, Karst and Istria 5 days
June-July 2008: Portugal 11 days
August-September 2008: Belgium, Luxembourg, Belgium + Sankt Gallen and Liechtenstein 20 days
October 2008: Berlin and Potsdam 5 days
February 2009: Madrid 4 days
April 2009: Western Bohemia 2 days
May 2009: Salzburg 2 days
July-August 2009: Southern and central England + Reims, Laon, Amiens and Lucerne 15 days
November 2009: Central and western Tuscany 4 days
December 2010: San Marino, San Leo and south eastern Emilia-Romagna 3 days
February 2010: Malta + Florence and Pisa 10 days
April 2010: Wrocław and Silesia 3 days
June 2010: Pavia province 2 days
June 2010: Bruxelles 4 days
July-August 2010 Central and Eastern Slovakia 9 days
September 2010: Como province 2 days
September-October 2010: Dalmatia and central Croatia, Montenegro, eastern Slovenia + Gorizia, Mostar 14 days
November 2010: Ravenna + Forlì and Lugo 3 days
February 2011: Nort-western Morocco 9 days
March 2011: Northern Umbria 4 days
April 2011: Liberec region + Muskauer Park and Oybin 3 days
June 2011: Eastern Piedmont 2 days
July 2011: South-eastern Greece 7 days
July-August 2011: Switzerland + Reichenau and Valle d'Aosta 11 days
October-November 2011: Marche 5 days
February 2012: Cyprus + eastern Tuscany 11 days
March 2012: central Piedmont 4 days
April 2012: Budapest 3 days
July 2012: Ireland 11 days
September 2012: Baltic Countries + Helsinki 16 days
February 2013: Central and southern Morocco 8 days
March 2013: Rome 5 days
April 2013: North-eastern Hungary 2 days
April 2013: Central and north-western Slovenia 3 days
July 2013: Warsaw 4 days
August 2013: Dresden and Central Saxony 3 days
October 2013: Istanbul and Western Turkey + Samos and Chios 18 days
November 2013: Genoa 4 days
March 2014:London and south-eastern England 16 days
March-April 2014: Apulia 9 days
April 2014: Cracow 3 days
June 2014: Central Hungary 4 days
August 2014: Northern Germany 7 days
August 2014: Athens and surroundings 8 days
September 2014: Val d'Orcia 4 days
October 2014: Jordan 11 days


TRAVEL PLANS
February 2014: Israel 2 weeks


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The Sanctuary of Agios Lot, At Deir 'Ain 'Abata (T) David Berlanda

We visited the Sanctuary of Lot as part of our eleven days tour of Jordan. We had originally planned to stop there on our way to the southern part of the country, but we would have failed to get there before dusk on the fixed day, so we skipped it and took it in on our return back to the north. It is located no more than one km away from the main Dead Sea road, next to the small road entering the village of Safi from the north.

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San Marino and Mount Titano David Berlanda

We had already been to San Marino three times before, but we decided to return there this year in December because the previous times I was too young to remember well the town but also because we realized that strangely we had always limited our visit to a small portion of it, the most well known one. Before getting to San Marino remember that you may find a really strange climate or at least, as far as I can remember, we have always found it: a rainy weather, sometimes accompanied by strong wind, sometimes by fog, which doesn’t allow you to see farther than fifty metres, sometimes all that together.

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Le plateau des Hautes-Fagnes (T) David Berlanda

This is a typical example of a more natural site candidate for cultural values; also the latter are really not self evident. So don’t expect to find there some monuments, but just a nice even not so rare natural landscape protected as natural park, that is also cultural only because its natural resources were exploited by men, and don’t go there unless you have time to have a walk in the middle of the peat bogs.

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Les citadelles mosanes (T) David Berlanda

Unfortunately we had already booked all the hotels for our tour of Belgium when the new TL of this country appeared on the Internet and we couldn’t do anything to change radically our itinerary!!! This made me quite angry because the Tentative Lists often change only once every ten year and it had happened in the most inconvenient moment (and something similar already had happened before our tour of Spain!).

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Sites of Great Moravia: Slavonic Fortified Settlement at Mikulcice - Church of St.Margaret at Kopcani (T) David Berlanda

I have been three times to Mikulčice, the last one during this summer. The archaeological park can be reached from the road n. 55 and there are signboards bringing you through the village to a road which leads 3 km to the south-east and ends at a parking place. First we decided to visit the museum in the first pavilion, which is located in a really horrible communist style building, that, along with a second one (built even above the foundations of a church) and some structures serving as workplace, was constructed in a strongly inappropriate place within the archaeological park.

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Name: David Berlanda

Country: Italy / Czech Republic

Visited WHS: 292

Most Impressive: Historic Centre of Rome

Proposal New WHS: Historic Centre and Norman Monuments of Palermo with the Cathedrals of Monreale and Cefal

Recently Visited WHS

Update December 31, 1969

Durmitor National Park
Major Town Houses
Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes
Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai
Ephesus
Val di Noto
Villa d'Este
Val d'Orcia
Dorset and East Devon Coast
Guimarães
Vienna
Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
Aranjuez
Alto Douro
Tugendhat Villa
Wooden Churches of Southern Malopolska
Churches of Peace
Mazagan
Upper Middle Rhine Valley
Stralsund and Wismar
Sacri Monti of Piedmont and Lombardy
Trebic
Kew Gardens
Town Hall and Roland, Bremen
Monte San Giorgio
Um er-Rasas
Muskauer Park
Primeval Beech Forests
Kernavë Archeological Site
Regensburg
Etruscan Necropolises
Centennial Hall
Plantin-Moretus Museum
Struve Geodetic Arc
Syracuse
Genoa
Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape
Dolomites
Berlin Modernism Housing Estates
Stari Grad Plain
Lavaux, Vineyard Terraces
San Marino and Mount Titano
Kotor
Bordeaux
Wooden Churches of the Slovak Carpathians
Rhaetian Railway
Fortifications of Vauban
Mantua and Sabbioneta
Stoclet House
Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle
Valletta
Heritage of Mercury
Wadden Sea
Longobards in Italy
Megalithic Temples of Malta
The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier
Albi
Mining Sites of Wallonia
Amsterdam Canal Ring
Prehistoric Pile Dwellings
Selimiye Mosque
Elvas
Fagus Factory
Wadi Rum
Margravial Opera House
University of Coimbra
Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont
Rabat
Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe
Stevns Klint
Burgundy
Van Nellefabriek
Baptism Site "Bethany Beyond the Jordan"
Corvey
Bursa and Cumalikizik
Pergamon
Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus District
Christiansfeld
Par force hunting landscape
Arab-Norman Palermo
Archaeological site of Philippi
Amiens Cathedral
Orange
Arles
Cistercian Abbey of Fontenay
Speyer Cathedral
Würzburg Residence
Medina of Fez
Florence
Medici Villas and Gardens
Hildesheim Cathedral and Church
Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans
Avignon
Saint-Savin sur Gartempe
Belem
Monastery of Batalha
Convent of Christ in Tomar
Old City of Berne
Abbey of St Gall
Benedictine Convent of St. John
Pilgrimage Church of Wies
Lübeck
Vatican City
Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust
Cracow
Cologne Cathedral
Aachen Cathedral
Warsaw
Auschwitz Birkenau
Segovia
Cordoba
Granada
Burgos Cathedral
El Escurial
Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines
Works of Antoni Gaudí
Petra
Quseir Amra
Medina of Marrakesh
Pont du Gard
Fortified City of Carcassonne
Avila
Painted Churches in the Troödos Region
Istanbul
Evora
Trier
Giant's Causeway
Stonehenge
Mudejar Architecture of Aragon
Toledo
Seville
Caceres
Skocjan Caves
Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae
Archaeological Site of Delphi
Venice and its Lagoon
Piazza del Duomo (Pisa)
Castel del Monte
Budapest
Hollókö
Acropolis
Blenheim Palace
Westminster
City of Bath
Frontiers of the Roman Empire
Ksar of Aït Ben Haddou
Meteora
Thessalonika
Hierapolis-Pamukkale
Tower of London
Epidaurus
Strasbourg
Canterbury
Monastery of Alcobaça
Mystras
Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch
Olympia
Poblet Monastery
Úbeda and Baeza
Potsdam
Monasteries of Daphni, Hosios Loukas and Nea Moni of Chios
Vilnius
Maulbronn Monastery
Royal Palace at Caserta
San Gimignano
Fortress of Suomenlinna
Pythagoreion and Heraion of Samos
Paris, Banks of the Seine
Reims
Prague
Cesky Krumlov
Banska Stiavnica
Spissky Hrad & Levoca
Telc
Vlkolinec
Bamberg
Bourges Cathedral
Brú na Bóinne
Mérida
Santa Maria de Guadelupe
Route of Santiago de Compostela
Donana National Park
Völklingen Ironworks
Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk
Roskilde Cathedral
Kronborg Castle
Jelling
City of Luxembourg
Vicenza
Siena
Messel Pit
Sintra
Aggtelek and Slovak Karst
Naples
Bauhaus Sites
Crespi d'Adda
Kutna Hora
Ferrara
Schokland
Medina of Essaouira
Oporto
Sceilg Mhichíl
Pannonhalma
Defence Line of Amsterdam
Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape
Canal du Midi
Fertö/Neusiedlersee
Archaeological Site of Aigai
Cuenca
La Lonja de la Seda
Salzburg
Semmering Railway
Schönbrunn
The trulli of Alberobello
Ravenna
Pienza
Paphos
Meknes
Maritime Greenwich
Verona
Palau de la Musica Catalana & Hospital de Sant Pau
Hallstatt-Dachstein
Euphrasian Basilica in Porec
Trogir
Kinderdijk
Tallinn
Residences of the Royal House of Savoy
Botanical Garden, Padua
Aquileia
Portovenere, Cinque Terre, and the Islands
Modena
Urbino
Pompei
Versailles
Costiera Amalfitana
Agrigento
Villa Romana del Casale
Volubilis
Medina of Tétouan
Vézelay
Cilento and Vallo di Diano
Classical Weimar
Choirokoitia
Troy
Vézère Valley
Riga
Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs
Flemish Béguinages
The Four Lifts
Grand Place, Brussels
Holy Trinity Column
Gardens and Castle at Kromeríz
Holasovice
Coa Valley and Siega Verde
Ir. D.F. Woudagemaal
Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France
Lyon
Rock-Art of the Mediterranean Basin
Tarraco
Alcala de Henares
Bellinzone
Museumsinsel (Museum Island)
Wartburg Castle
Beemster Polder
Litomysl Castle
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska
Villa Adriana (Tivoli)
Isole Eolie
Rome
Santa Maria delle Grazie
Palmeral of Elche
Graz
Saint-Emilion
Loire Valley
Rock Drawings in Valcamonica
Mycenae and Tiryns
Belfries
Mostar
Dubrovnik
Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik
Rietveld Schröderhuis
Split
Wachau Cultural Landscape
Bardejov Town
Reichenau
Zollverein
Corfu
Plitvice Lakes
Assisi
Curonian Spit
Brugge

Lists

  1. Durmitor National Park
  2. Major Town Houses
  3. Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes
  4. Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai
  5. Ephesus
  6. Val di Noto
  7. Villa d'Este
  8. Val d'Orcia
  9. Dorset and East Devon Coast
  10. Guimarães
  11. Vienna
  12. Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
  13. Aranjuez
  14. Alto Douro
  15. Tugendhat Villa
  16. Wooden Churches of Southern Malopolska
  17. Churches of Peace
  18. Mazagan
  19. Upper Middle Rhine Valley
  20. Stralsund and Wismar
  21. Sacri Monti of Piedmont and Lombardy
  22. Trebic
  23. Kew Gardens
  24. Town Hall and Roland, Bremen
  25. Monte San Giorgio
  26. Um er-Rasas
  27. Muskauer Park
  28. Primeval Beech Forests
  29. Kernavë Archeological Site
  30. Regensburg
  31. Etruscan Necropolises
  32. Centennial Hall
  33. Plantin-Moretus Museum
  34. Struve Geodetic Arc
  35. Syracuse
  36. Genoa
  37. Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape
  38. Dolomites
  39. Berlin Modernism Housing Estates
  40. Stari Grad Plain
  41. Lavaux, Vineyard Terraces
  42. San Marino and Mount Titano
  43. Kotor
  44. Bordeaux
  45. Wooden Churches of the Slovak Carpathians
  46. Rhaetian Railway
  47. Fortifications of Vauban
  48. Mantua and Sabbioneta
  49. Stoclet House
  50. Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
  51. La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle
  52. Valletta
  53. Heritage of Mercury
  54. Wadden Sea
  55. Longobards in Italy
  56. Megalithic Temples of Malta
  57. The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier
  58. Albi
  59. Mining Sites of Wallonia
  60. Amsterdam Canal Ring
  61. Prehistoric Pile Dwellings
  62. Selimiye Mosque
  63. Elvas
  64. Fagus Factory
  65. Wadi Rum
  66. Margravial Opera House
  67. University of Coimbra
  68. Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont
  69. Rabat
  70. Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe
  71. Stevns Klint
  72. Burgundy
  73. Van Nellefabriek
  74. Baptism Site "Bethany Beyond the Jordan"
  75. Corvey
  76. Bursa and Cumalikizik
  77. Pergamon
  78. Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus District
  79. Christiansfeld
  80. Par force hunting landscape
  81. Arab-Norman Palermo
  82. Archaeological site of Philippi
  83. Amiens Cathedral
  84. Orange
  85. Arles
  86. Cistercian Abbey of Fontenay
  87. Speyer Cathedral
  88. Würzburg Residence
  89. Medina of Fez
  90. Florence
  91. Medici Villas and Gardens
  92. Hildesheim Cathedral and Church
  93. Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans
  94. Avignon
  95. Saint-Savin sur Gartempe
  96. Belem
  97. Monastery of Batalha
  98. Convent of Christ in Tomar
  99. Old City of Berne
  100. Abbey of St Gall
  101. Benedictine Convent of St. John
  102. Pilgrimage Church of Wies
  103. Lübeck
  104. Vatican City
  105. Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust
  106. Cracow
  107. Cologne Cathedral
  108. Aachen Cathedral
  109. Warsaw
  110. Auschwitz Birkenau
  111. Segovia
  112. Cordoba
  113. Granada
  114. Burgos Cathedral
  115. El Escurial
  116. Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines
  117. Works of Antoni Gaudí
  118. Petra
  119. Quseir Amra
  120. Medina of Marrakesh
  121. Pont du Gard
  122. Fortified City of Carcassonne
  123. Avila
  124. Painted Churches in the Troödos Region
  125. Istanbul
  126. Evora
  127. Trier
  128. Giant's Causeway
  129. Stonehenge
  130. Mudejar Architecture of Aragon
  131. Toledo
  132. Seville
  133. Caceres
  134. Skocjan Caves
  135. Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae
  136. Archaeological Site of Delphi
  137. Venice and its Lagoon
  138. Piazza del Duomo (Pisa)
  139. Castel del Monte
  140. Budapest
  141. Hollókö
  142. Acropolis
  143. Blenheim Palace
  144. Westminster
  145. City of Bath
  146. Frontiers of the Roman Empire
  147. Ksar of Aït Ben Haddou
  148. Meteora
  149. Thessalonika
  150. Hierapolis-Pamukkale
  151. Tower of London
  152. Epidaurus
  153. Strasbourg
  154. Canterbury
  155. Monastery of Alcobaça
  156. Mystras
  157. Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch
  158. Olympia
  159. Poblet Monastery
  160. Úbeda and Baeza
  161. Potsdam
  162. Monasteries of Daphni, Hosios Loukas and Nea Moni of Chios
  163. Vilnius
  164. Maulbronn Monastery
  165. Royal Palace at Caserta
  166. San Gimignano
  167. Fortress of Suomenlinna
  168. Pythagoreion and Heraion of Samos
  169. Paris, Banks of the Seine
  170. Reims
  171. Prague
  172. Cesky Krumlov
  173. Banska Stiavnica
  174. Spissky Hrad & Levoca
  175. Telc
  176. Vlkolinec
  177. Bamberg
  178. Bourges Cathedral
  179. Brú na Bóinne
  180. Mérida
  181. Santa Maria de Guadelupe
  182. Route of Santiago de Compostela
  183. Donana National Park
  184. Völklingen Ironworks
  185. Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk
  186. Roskilde Cathedral
  187. Kronborg Castle
  188. Jelling
  189. City of Luxembourg
  190. Vicenza
  191. Siena
  192. Messel Pit
  193. Sintra
  194. Aggtelek and Slovak Karst
  195. Naples
  196. Bauhaus Sites
  197. Crespi d'Adda
  198. Kutna Hora
  199. Ferrara
  200. Schokland
  201. Medina of Essaouira
  202. Oporto
  203. Sceilg Mhichíl
  204. Pannonhalma
  205. Defence Line of Amsterdam
  206. Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape
  207. Canal du Midi
  208. Fertö/Neusiedlersee
  209. Archaeological Site of Aigai
  210. Cuenca
  211. La Lonja de la Seda
  212. Salzburg
  213. Semmering Railway
  214. Schönbrunn
  215. The trulli of Alberobello
  216. Ravenna
  217. Pienza
  218. Paphos
  219. Meknes
  220. Maritime Greenwich
  221. Verona
  222. Palau de la Musica Catalana & Hospital de Sant Pau
  223. Hallstatt-Dachstein
  224. Euphrasian Basilica in Porec
  225. Trogir
  226. Kinderdijk
  227. Tallinn
  228. Residences of the Royal House of Savoy
  229. Botanical Garden, Padua
  230. Aquileia
  231. Portovenere, Cinque Terre, and the Islands
  232. Modena
  233. Urbino
  234. Pompei
  235. Versailles
  236. Costiera Amalfitana
  237. Agrigento
  238. Villa Romana del Casale
  239. Volubilis
  240. Medina of Tétouan
  241. Vézelay
  242. Cilento and Vallo di Diano
  243. Classical Weimar
  244. Choirokoitia
  245. Troy
  246. Vézère Valley
  247. Riga
  248. Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs
  249. Flemish Béguinages
  250. The Four Lifts
  251. Grand Place, Brussels
  252. Holy Trinity Column
  253. Gardens and Castle at Kromeríz
  254. Holasovice
  255. Coa Valley and Siega Verde
  256. Ir. D.F. Woudagemaal
  257. Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France
  258. Lyon
  259. Rock-Art of the Mediterranean Basin
  260. Tarraco
  261. Alcala de Henares
  262. Bellinzone
  263. Museumsinsel (Museum Island)
  264. Wartburg Castle
  265. Beemster Polder
  266. Litomysl Castle
  267. Kalwaria Zebrzydowska
  268. Villa Adriana (Tivoli)
  269. Isole Eolie
  270. Rome
  271. Santa Maria delle Grazie
  272. Palmeral of Elche
  273. Graz
  274. Saint-Emilion
  275. Loire Valley
  276. Rock Drawings in Valcamonica
  277. Mycenae and Tiryns
  278. Belfries
  279. Mostar
  280. Dubrovnik
  281. Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik
  282. Rietveld Schröderhuis
  283. Split
  284. Wachau Cultural Landscape
  285. Bardejov Town
  286. Reichenau
  287. Zollverein
  288. Corfu
  289. Plitvice Lakes
  290. Assisi
  291. Curonian Spit
  292. Brugge
  1. Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie
  2. Voormalige Nazorgkolonie en Sanatorium Zonnestraal
  3. Kaunas 1919-1939: The Capital Inspired by the Modern Movement
  4. ICNITOS de Dinossaurios
  5. Chatham Dockyard and its Defences
  6. Darwin's Landscape Laboratory
  7. The Area of the Prespes Lakes: Megali and Mikri Prespa which includes Byzantine and post-Byzantine monuments
  8. Ancient Lavrion
  9. The Network of Rural Heritage Buildings in Hungary
  10. Mediaeval Royal Seat and Parkland at Visegrad
  11. The Memorial of Chatam Sófer
  12. The concept of the lenticular historical town core of Kosice City
  13. Original Meadow - Pasture Sites of Slovakia
  14. Natural and Cultural Landscape of Danube Region
  15. Limes Romanus - The Roman antique monuments on the Middle Danube
  16. Geyser in Herlany
  17. Bulwarked Frontier Fortifications
  18. The Spa at Luhacovice
  19. The Karlstejn Castle
  20. The Industrial Complexes at Ostrava
  21. Sites of Great Moravia: Slavonic Fortified Settlement at Mikulcice - Church of St.Margaret at Kopcani
  22. The Betlém Rock Sculptures near Kuks
  23. The Forstress of Terez
  24. Renaissance Houses at Slavonice
  25. Paper Mill at Velké Losiny
  26. Extension of the World Heritage Site "Historic Centre of Prague" with the important Monuments in its Vicinity
  27. Fishpond Network in the Trebon Basin
  28. Ceský ráj (Czech Paradise) Rock Cities
  29. The rural settlement of Fikardou
  30. Klirou Bridge
  31. Greek Archaeological ensemble in Empúries, l'Escala, Girona
  32. The Silver Route
  33. Seljuk Caravanserais on the route from Denizli to Dogubeyazit
  34. Gadara (Modern Um Qeis or Qays)
  35. Al Qastal (Settlement)
  36. Mosquée de Tinmel
  37. Moulay Idriss Zerhoun
  38. Ville de Lixus
  39. Cultural Landscape of Innsbruck-Nordkette/Karwendel
  40. Mujib Nature Reserve
  41. The Sanctuary of Agios Lot, At Deir 'Ain 'Abata
  42. Um el-Jimal (City)
  43. Dana Biosphere Reserve
  44. Le Palais de Justice de Bruxelles
  45. Les passages de Bruxelles / Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert
  46. Abbey of Kremsmünster
  47. Heiligenkreuz Abbey
  48. Iron Trail with Erzberg and the old town of Steyr
  49. Noyau historique d'Antwerpen -Anvers- de l'Escaut aux anciens remparts de vers 1250
  50. Le noyau historique médiéval ou la "Cuve" de Gand
  51. Agioi Varnavas and Ilarion at Peristerona (Five-domed churches)
  52. Burg - Castle of Veliki Tabor
  53. Zadar - Episcopal complex
  54. Historical-town planning ensemble of Ston with Mali Ston, connecting walls, the Mali Ston Bay nature reserve, Stonsko Po
  55. Varazdin - Historic Nucleus and Old Town (the Castle)
  56. Diocletian's Palace and the Historical Nucleus of Split (extension)
  57. Amalienborg and its district
  58. Baltic Klint
  59. Wooded meadows (Laelatu, Kalli-Nedrema, M?epea, Allika, Tagamoisa, Loode, Koiva, Halliste)
  60. Cathédrale de Saint-Denis
  61. Leuven/Louvain, batiments universitaires, l'héritage de six siècles au sein du centre historique
  62. Minoan Palatial Centres (Knossos, Phaistos, Malia, Zakros, Kydonia)
  63. Archaeological Site of Nikopolis
  64. Roman Ways. Itineraries of the Roman Empire
  65. Caves of the Buda Thermal Karst System
  66. Le Chateau-fort médieval d'Esztergom
  67. The Tihany Peninsula
  68. Western Stone Forts
  69. Romanesque Cathedrals in Puglia
  70. The Marble Basin of Carrara
  71. Centro Storico di Lucca
  72. The city of Bergamo
  73. The Lower Palaeolithic Palaeosurfaces at Isernia-La Pineta and Notarchirico
  74. Centro storico di Parma
  75. Centro Storico di Pavia e Certosa
  76. Citté-fortezza di Palmanova
  77. Salento and the "Barocco Leccese"
  78. Lake Maggiore and Lake D'Orta lakelands
  79. The Porticoes of Bologna
  80. Orvieto
  81. Via Appia "Regina Viarum"
  82. Volterra: Historical City and Cultural Landscape
  83. Villas of the Papal Nobility
  84. Citadel of Alessandria
  85. The Aniene valley and Villa Gregoriana in Tivoli
  86. Taormina and Isola Bella
  87. Jerash Archaeological City (Ancient Meeting Place of East and West)
  88. The Transhumance: The Royal Shepherd's Track
  89. Shaubak Castle (Montreal)
  90. Trakai Historical National Park
  91. Cittadella (Victoria - Gozo)
  92. Coastal Cliffs
  93. Knights Fortifications around the Harbours of Malta
  94. Maltese Catacomb Complexes
  95. Mdina (Citta Vecchia)
  96. Qawra/Dwejra
  97. Victoria Lines Fortifications
  98. Kuressaare Fortress
  99. Gemer and Abov churches with the medieval mural paintings
  100. Franja Partisan Hospital
  101. Fuzina Hills in Bohinj
  102. Le rivage méditerranéen des Pyrénées
  103. Les villes antiques de la Narbonnaise et leur territoire: Nimes, Arles, Glanum, aqueducs, via Domitia
  104. Sites of Great Moravia: Slavonic Fortified Settlement at Mikulcice - Church of St.Margaret at Kopcani
  105. Bradyseism in the Flegrea Area
  106. Mothia and Libeo Island: The Phoenician-Punic Civilization in Italy
  107. Cascata delle Marmore and valnerina: Monastic sites and ancient hydrogeological reclamation works
  108. Velebit Mountain
  109. Church of Panayia Chrysokourdaliotissa, Kourdali (extension to "Painted Churches in the Troodos Region")
  110. Church of Panagia Aggeloktisti
  111. Primošten Vineyards
  112. City of Motovun
  113. The historic town of Korcula
  114. Kornati National Park and Telašćica Nature Park
  115. Cultural landscape of the stud farm at Kladruby nad Labem
  116. Mountain-top Hotel and Television Transmitter Ještìd
  117. Žatec – the Hops Town
  118. The Mediterranean Facet of the Pyrenees (France-Spain)
  119. Ödön Lechner's independent pre-modern architecture
  120. Ancient Greek Theatres
  121. Les grandes villes d'eaux d'Europe
  122. Le champ de bataille de Waterloo, la fin de l’épopée napoléonienne
  123. Le palais de Princes Eveques de Liège
  124. Le Panorama de la Bataille de Waterloo, exemple particulièrement significatif de « Phénomène de Panoramas »
  125. Le plateau des Hautes-Fagnes
  126. Le tronçon Bavay-Tongres de la chaussée romaine Boulogne-Cologne situe sur le territoire de la Région wallonne
  127. Les citadelles mosanes
  128. The West Bohemian Spa Triangle
  129. Archaeological Site of Aphrodisias
  130. Plasencia - Monfragüe - Trujillo : Paysage méditerranéen
  131. Frontiers of the Roman Empire : Ripa Pannonica in Hungary
  132. The Trelleborg fortresses
  133. Moler landscapes of the Liim Fiord
  134. The Historic City of Dublin
  135. The Céide Fields and North West Mayo Boglands
  136. VIKING MONUMENTS AND SITES / Jelling mounds, runic stones, palisade area and church
  137. VIKING MONUMENTS AND SITES / The Trelleborg fortresses, Denmark
  138. Early Medieval Monastic Sites
  139. The Burren
  140. The Monastic City of Clonmacnoise and its Cultural Landscape
  141. The Royal Sites of Ireland: Cashel, Dún Ailinne, Hill of Uisneach, Rathcroghan Complex, and Tara Complex
  142. The Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene
  143. 'Biogradska gora' National Park
  144. Cetinje Historic Core
  145. Old Town of Bar
  146. Viking Monuments and Sites / Grobina archaeological complex
  147. Kuldîga Old Town in the Primeval Valley of the River Venta
  148. Frontiers of the Roman Empire
  149. Nîmes, l'Antiquité au présent
  150. Aizanoi Antique City
  151. Historic Town of Birgi
  152. Mausoleum and Sacred area of Hecatomnus
  153. Medieval City of Beçin
  154. Odunpazari Historical Urban Site
  155. Ivrea, industrial city of the 20th century
  156. Hall in Tyrol - The Mint
  157. Trading Posts and Fortifications on Genoese Trade Routes from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea
  158. The Ancient City of Sardis and the Lydian Tumuli of Bin Tepe
  159. Casablanca, Ville du XXème siécle, carrefour d'influences
  160. The Venetian Works of defence between 15th and 17th centuries
  161. The Venetian Works of defence between 15th and 17th centuries
  162. The Venetian Works of defence between 15th and 17th centuries
  163. Archaeological site of Ancient Messene
  164. Fortress of Spinalonga
  165. Late Medieval Bastioned Fortifications in Greece
  166. Zagorochoria - North Pindos National Park
  167. Sites funéraires et mémoriels de la Première Guerre mondiale (Front Ouest)
  168. Great Spas of Europe
  169. Great Spas of Europe
  170. Great Spas of Europe
  171. Great Spas of Europe
  172. The timeless, humanistic architecture of Jože Plecnik in Ljubljana and Prague
  173. The timeless, humanistic architecture of Jože Plecnik in Ljubljana and Prague
  174. Cité de Carcassonne et ses châteaux sentinelles de montagne
  175. Site of the Retiro and the Prado in Madrid
  176. Madinat al-Zahra
  177. ShUM cities of Speyer, Worms and Mainz
  178. Residence Ensemble Schwerin - Cultural Landscape of Romantic Historicism
  179. Old Synagogue and Mikveh in Erfurt - Testimonies of everyday life, religion and town history between change and continuity
  180. Dreams in Stone - the palaces of King Ludwig II of Bavaria: Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee
  181. Hydraulic Engineering and Hydropower, Drinking Water and Decorative Fountains in Augsburg
  182. Luther memorials in Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony, Bavaria and Thuringia
  183. Arab Eclecticism - Foundation and evolution of an Architectural School in the city of As-Salt (1860-1925)
  184. Extension to the Joint World Heritage Property "Primeval Beech forests of the Carpathians (Slovak Republic and Ukraine) and the Ancient Beech forests of Germany (Germany)"
  185. Classical Karst (in Slovene language: Klasicni kras)
  186. Padova Urbs Picta. Giotto, the Scrovegni Chapel and the 14th century painting cycles
  187. Hala Sultan Tekke and the Larnaka Salt Lake Complex
  188. The cultural landscape of the Benedictine settlements in medieval Italy
  189. Nuruosmaniye Complex
  190. The Cultural Landscape of Civita di Bagnoregio
  191. Historical Lisbon, Global City
  192. Bulwarked Fortifications of the "Raia" (Border)
  193. Pombaline Lisbon
  194. Desert of the Discalced Carmelites and Built Ensemble of the Palace-Hotel in Bussaco
  195. Head Office and Garden of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
  196. Routes of Santiago de Compostela: Routes in Portugal
  197. Royal Building of Mafra – Palace, Basilica, Convent, Cerco Garden and Hunting Park (Tapada)
  1. Galapagos Islands
  2. Longmen Grottoes
  3. Imperial Tombs
  4. Echmiatsin and Zvartnots
  5. Ephesus
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  164. Grand Canyon
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  166. Sceilg Mhichíl
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  168. Mount Emei, including Leshan Giant Buddha
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  189. Rome
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