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Salamanca

Hubert Austria - 08-May-21

Salamanca

Salamanca is certainly the most elegant and glamorous of all the historic city centres on the Spanish World Heritage List. This is mainly due to its harmonious townscape. Almost all the historic buildings are made of the golden-yellow sandstone from the nearby village of Villamyor. And the Plateresque style of many buildings also contributes to the extravagant look of the city. Plateresque means the elaborate and detailed ornamentation that is applied to the façades, mostly to decorate the main portal. Salamanca is a hotspot of this late Gothic/early Renaissance style, you will find it everywhere in the historic centre. The façades of the University and the Catedral Nueva are two of the best examples.

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The Olive Grove Landscapes of Andalusia (T)

Hubert Austria - 03-May-21

The Olive Grove Landscapes of Andalusia (T)

When you travel through Andalusia, you inevitably drive through olive groves. Actually, you do it all the time. The area around Jaen is called 'El mar de olivos' not without reason. But it's hard to say which of these countless olive trees would be included in a nomination and why. The monotonous olive landscape in Andalusia is more reminiscent of the mass product that fills the shelves of our supermarkets than of a cultural heritage of outstanding value. But the same could be said about vineyards, of course.The T-list entry from 2017 includes a list of 15 areas, but without detailed information and without coordinates

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Avila

Hubert Austria - 29-Apr-21

Avila

One advantage of the over-representation of some categories on the World Heritage list is that comparisons can be drawn between the sites. From this point of view, it was instructive to visit the last Gothic cathedral in Spain, Segovia, and shortly afterwards the oldest one, the Catedral de Cristo Salvador in Ávila. A development is clearly visible. The exterior of the austere Cristo Salvador cannot compete with the flamboyant Cathedral of Segovia. The Avila Cathedral looks almost like a fortress. Its eastern part is even an integral part of the city wall. But I liked the vestiges of the Romanesque style, especially in the interior. The red and white stone in the ambulatory and the beautifully decorated choir are the special features of the interior.

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Segovia

Hubert Austria - 23-Apr-21

Segovia

Once you have completed the loop of World Heritage cities around Madrid, the question arises which of these sites was the most impressive. My answer is Toledo and Segovia. Admittedly, this is not a groundbreaking new insight, most travellers would choose these two. But it is well justified. Segovia has everything you expect from a historic old town on the World Heritage List: outstanding monuments, a beautiful location, and a lively atmosphere.

The main landmark of Segovia is the Aqueduct, or rather its visible part, the Aqueduct Bridge. Above the Plaza Azoguejo, the aqueduct has a height of almost 30 metres. Impressive that it has survived 2000 years almost undamaged. It was in operation until 1974, certainly one reason why it has been so well preserved. Out of town, the visible part ends after about 700 metres at the small Casa del Agua, a purification basin of the aqueduct.At Plaza Azoguejo, the water reached the old town. After climbing the steps to the Postigo Del Consuelo, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the construction. Up there the aqueduct disappears underground

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The Marble Basin of Carrara (T)

Hubert Austria - 12-Apr-21

The Marble Basin of Carrara (T)

Where does all the snow on the mountains come from? You might think so when driving along the Autostrada A12 between Pisa and La Spezia in summer and looking up at the slopes of the Apuan Alps. Indeed, the quarries of Carrara look like a glacier from a distance. I visited the marble quarries in early November 2017 as a stopover on my Tuscany trip. It was a worthwhile detour to see where the raw material for Michelangelo's David came from, which I had previously visited at the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence.Marble is quarried in three valleys located above Carrara: Torano, Fantiscritti, and Colonnata. The quarries in the middle valley, Fantiscritti, are the most accessible

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Rome 5
Cracow 4.5
Dubrovnik 4.5
Florence 4.5
Istanbul 4.5
Pompei 4.5
Sintra 4.5
Prague 4
Toledo 4
Vienna 4
Acropolis 3.5
Aquileia 3.5
Arles 3.5
Budapest 3.5
Cordoba 3.5
Edinburgh 3.5
Elvas 3.5
Ferrara 3.5
Lyon 3.5
Masada 3.5
Matera 3.5
Naples 3.5
Nikko 3.5
Oporto 3.5
Potsdam 3.5
Ravenna 3.5
Riga 3.5
Segovia 3.5
Seville 3.5
Siena 3.5
Verona 3.5
Vicenza 3.5
Vilnius 3.5
Albi 3
Assisi 3
Belem 3
Cuenca 3
Graz 3
Split 3
Telc 3
Trier 3
Bryggen 2.5
Champagne 2.5
Fujisan 2.5
Le Havre 2.5
Lübeck 2.5
Mérida 2.5
Nessebar 2.5
Québec 2.5
Trogir 2.5
Urbino 2.5
Zamosc 2.5
Avila 2
Evora 2
Orange 2
Pienza 2
Reims 2
Genoa 1.5
Jelling 1.5
Modena 1.5
Nancy 1.5
Reichenau 1.5
Tarraco 1.5
Trebic 1.5
Vlkolinec 1.5
Vézelay 1.5
Corvey 1
  1. Salamanca
  2. Avila
  3. Segovia
  4. El Escurial
  5. Prehistoric Pile Dwellings
  6. Elvas
  7. Caceres
  8. Mérida
  9. Stralsund and Wismar
  10. Mozu-Furuichi Kofungun
  11. Nikko
  12. Tomioka Silk Mill
  13. Sites of Japan's Meiji Industrial Revolution
  14. Fujisan
  15. Shirakawa-go and Gokayama
  16. Kii Mountain Range
  17. Himeji-jo
  18. Horyu-ji Area
  19. Ancient Nara
  20. Ancient Kyoto
  21. Alto Douro
  22. Guimarães
  23. Bom Jesus do Monte
  24. Oporto
  25. University of Coimbra
  26. Convent of Christ in Tomar
  27. Monastery of Batalha
  28. Monastery of Alcobaça
  29. Chaîne des Puys
  30. Sintra
  31. Mafra Palace, Convent and Royal Hunting Park
  32. Florence
  33. Medici Villas and Gardens
  34. Margravial Opera House
  35. Jodrell Bank Observatory
  36. Úbeda and Baeza
  37. Granada
  38. Botanical Garden, Padua
  39. Antequera Dolmens Site
  40. Gorham's Cave Complex
  41. Paris, Banks of the Seine
  42. The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier
  43. Amiens Cathedral
  44. Champagne
  45. Reims
  46. Provins
  47. Fontainebleau
  48. Versailles
  49. Chartres Cathedral
  50. Saint-Savin sur Gartempe
  51. Loire Valley
  52. Bourges Cathedral
  53. Mont-Saint-Michel
  54. Fortifications of Vauban
  55. Le Havre
  56. Water Management System of Augsburg
  57. Caves and Ice Age Art
  58. Speyer Cathedral
  59. Maulbronn Monastery
  60. Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs
  61. Hollókö
  62. Hortobágy
  63. Tokaji Wine Region
  64. Aggtelek and Slovak Karst
  65. Spissky Hrad and Levoca
  66. Bardejov Town
  67. Wooden Churches of Southern Malopolska
  68. Wooden Tserkvas of the Carpathian Region
  69. Wooden Churches of the Slovak Carpathians
  70. Churches of Peace
  71. Centennial Hall
  72. Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines
  73. Kalwaria Zebrzydowska
  74. Cracow
  75. Auschwitz Birkenau
  76. Banska Stiavnica
  77. Vlkolinec
  78. Vatican City
  79. Rome
  80. Cesky Krumlov
  81. Holasovice
  82. Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus District
  83. Naumburg Cathedral
  84. Mudejar Architecture of Aragon
  85. Poblet Monastery
  86. Tarraco
  87. Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley
  88. Vall de Boi
  89. Pyrénées - Mont Perdu
  90. Works of Antoni Gaudí
  91. Palau de la Musica Catalana & Hospital de Sant Pau
  92. Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France
  93. Albi
  94. Fortified City of Carcassonne
  95. Canal du Midi
  96. Arles
  97. Avignon
  98. Pont du Gard
  99. Orange
  100. Causses and Cévennes
  101. The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier
  102. Lyon
  103. Pannonhalma
  104. Euphrasian Basilica in Porec
  105. Split
  106. Trogir
  107. Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik
  108. Dubrovnik
  109. Plitvice Lakes
  110. Cologne Cathedral
  111. Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust
  112. Zollverein
  113. Mining Sites of Wallonia
  114. Aachen Cathedral
  115. Upper Middle Rhine Valley
  116. Messel Pit
  117. Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch
  118. Heritage of Mercury
  119. Gardens and Castle at Kromeríz
  120. Holy Trinity Column
  121. Litomysl Castle
  122. Telc
  123. Trebic
  124. Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk
  125. Tugendhat Villa
  126. Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape
  127. Wartburg Castle
  128. Hildesheim Cathedral and Church
  129. Ravenna
  130. Ferrara
  131. Hallstatt-Dachstein
  132. Fertö/Neusiedlersee
  133. Kew Gardens
  134. Maritime Greenwich
  135. Westminster
  136. Tower of London
  137. Teide National Park
  138. San Cristobal de La Laguna
  139. Museumsinsel (Museum Island)
  140. Berlin Modernism Housing Estates
  141. Vienna
  142. Quedlinburg
  143. Potsdam
  144. Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz
  145. Bauhaus Sites
  146. Luther Memorials
  147. Rammelsberg and Goslar
  148. Mantua and Sabbioneta
  149. Vicenza
  150. Prehistoric Pile Dwellings
  151. Dolomites
  152. Aquileia
  153. Margravial Opera House
  154. Classical Weimar
  155. Primeval Beech Forests
  156. Fagus Factory
  1. Abbey of Kremsmünster (T)
  2. Aguas Livres Aqueduct (T)
  3. Alpine and pre-alpine meadow and marsh landscapes (T)
  4. Alvaro Siza's Architecture Works (T)
  5. Amalienborg and its district (T)
  6. Ancienne chocolaterie Menier à Noisiel (T)
  7. Asuka-Fujiwara : Archaeological sites of Japan's Ancient Capitals and Related Properties (T)
  8. Bishop's Basilica and Late-Antique Mosaics of Philippopolis, Roman Province of Thrace (T)
  9. Brooklyn Bridge (T)
  10. Bulwarked Fortifications (T)
  11. Bulwarked Frontier Fortifications (T)
  12. Bussaco cultural landscape (T)
  13. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (T)
  14. Cathedral of Gurk (T)
  15. Cathédrale de Saint-Denis (T)
  16. Central Park (T)
  17. Centro Storico di Lucca (T)
  18. Centro storico di Parma (T)
  19. Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte (T)
  20. Citté-fortezza di Palmanova (T)
  21. Creswell Crags (T)
  22. Cultural Landscape of Innsbruck-Nordkette/Karwendel (T)
  23. Cultural Landscape of Salt Towns (T)
  24. Darmstadt Artists' Colony Mathildenhöhe (T)
  25. Domaine de Fontainebleau : château, jardins, parc et forêt (T)
  26. Dreams in Stone - the palaces of King Ludwig II of Bavaria: Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee (T)
  27. Eise Eisinga Planetarium (T)
  28. Ensemble de grottes à concrétions du Sud de la France (T)
  29. Fishpond Network in the Trebon Basin (T)
  30. Flow Country (T)
  31. Francke Foundation Buildings (T)
  32. Franja Partisan Hospital (T)
  33. Frontiers of the Roman Empire (Austria) (T)
  34. Frontiers of the Roman Empire (Germany) (T)
  35. Great Spas of Europe (Austria) (T)
  36. Great Spas of Europe (Czechia) (T)
  37. Great Spas of Europe (Germany) (T)
  38. Great Spas of Europe (Italy) (T)
  39. Great Spas of Europe (UK) (T)
  40. Greek Archaeological ensemble in Empúries, l'Escala, Girona (T)
  41. Großglockner High Alpine Road / Großglockner Hochalpenstraße (T)
  42. Hall in Tyrol - The Mint (T)
  43. Hangar Y (T)
  44. Heiligenkreuz Abbey (T)
  45. Historic Centre of Guimarães and Couros Zone (extension) (T)
  46. Historical Lisbon, Global City (T)
  47. Historical-town planning ensemble of Ston (T)
  48. Hochosterwitz Castle (T)
  49. Iron Trail with Erzberg and the old town of Steyr (T)
  50. Jaén Cathedral (extension of the Renaissance Monumental Ensembles of Úbeda and Baeza) (T)
  51. Kaunas 1919-1939: The Capital Inspired by the Modern Movement (T)
  52. Koloniën van Weldadigheid (agricultural pauper colony) (T)
  53. La Camargue (T)
  54. Le chemin de fer de Cerdagne (T)
  55. Le Palais de Justice de Bruxelles (T)
  56. Le palais de Princes Eveques de Liège (T)
  57. Les grandes villes d'eaux d'Europe (T)
  58. Les passages de Bruxelles / Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert (T)
  59. Les Plages du Débarquement, Normandie, 1944 (T)
  60. Les témoignages matériels de la construction de l’État des Pyrénées : la Co-principauté d’Andorre (A) (T)
  61. Les villes antiques de la Narbonnaise et leur territoire: Nimes, Arles, Glanum, aqueducs, via Domitia (T)
  62. Leuven/Louvain, batiments universitaires, l'héritage de six siècles au sein du centre historique (T)
  63. Lower German Limes (T)
  64. Metz Royale et Impériale, enjeux de pouvoir, confrontations stylistiques et identité urbaine (T)
  65. Montado, Cultural Landscape (T)
  66. Montagne Sainte-Victoire et sites cezaniens (T)
  67. National Park Hohe Tauern (T)
  68. Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie (T)
  69. Nîmes, l'Antiquité au présent (T)
  70. Noyau historique d'Antwerpen -Anvers- de l'Escaut aux anciens remparts de vers 1250 (T)
  71. Ödön Lechner's independent pre-modern architecture (T)
  72. Old Synagogue and Mikveh in Erfurt - Testimonies of everyday life, religion and town history between change and continuity (T)
  73. Orvieto (T)
  74. Padova Urbs Picta. Giotto, the Scrovegni Chapel and the 14th century painting cycles (T)
  75. Pobiti Kamani Natural Monument (T)
  76. Pombaline Lisbon (T)
  77. Priorat-Montsant-Siurana paysage agricole de la montagne méditerranéenne (T)
  78. Rade de Marseille (T)
  79. Renaissance Houses at Slavonice (T)
  80. Residence Ensemble Schwerin - Cultural Landscape of Romantic Historicism (T)
  81. Ripa Pannonica in Hungary (T)
  82. ShUM cities of Speyer, Worms and Mainz (T)
  83. Site of the Retiro and the Prado in Madrid (T)
  84. Sites funéraires et mémoriels de la Première Guerre mondiale (Front Ouest) (T)
  85. Sites mégalithiques de Carnac (T)
  86. Slate Industry of North Wales (T)
  87. Sultan Bayezid II Complex: A Center of Medical Treatment (T)
  88. The Ancient Plovdiv (T)
  89. The city of Bergamo (T)
  90. The concept of the lenticular historical town core of Kosice City (T)
  91. The Hadrianic city of Italica (T)
  92. The historic town of Korcula (T)
  93. The Jewish Cemetery of Altona Königstrasse. Sephardic Sepulchral Culture of the 17th and 18th century between Europe and the Caribbean (T)
  94. The late ancient tomb of Silistra (T)
  95. The Marble Basin of Carrara (T)
  96. The Olive Grove Landscapes of Andalusia (T)
  97. The Porticoes of Bologna (T)
  98. The royal necropolis of the Thracian city of Seuthopolis – a serial site, extension of the Kazanlak Thracian tomb (T)
  99. The Silver Route (T)
  100. The Spa at Luhacovice (T)
  101. The timeless, humanistic architecture of Jože Plečnik (T)
  102. The Twin Monastery of Wearmouth Jarrow (T)
  103. The West Bohemian Spa Triangle (T)
  104. Trakai Historical National Park (T)
  105. Via Appia 'Regina Viarum' (T)
  106. Viking Age Ring Fortresses (T)
  107. Vila Viçosa (T)
  108. Volterra: Historical City and Cultural Landscape (T)
  109. Žatec – the Hops Town (T)

Reviewed TWHS

  1. The Olive Grove Landscapes of Andalusia (T)
  2. The Marble Basin of Carrara (T)
  3. Bulwarked Fortifications (T)
  4. Alvaro Siza's Architecture Works (T)
  5. Aguas Livres Aqueduct (T)
  6. Great Spas of Europe (Germany) (T)
  7. Site of the Retiro and the Prado in Madrid (T)
  8. The Porticoes of Bologna (T)
  9. Slate Industry of North Wales (T)
  10. Residence Ensemble Schwerin - Cultural Landscape of Romantic Historicism (T)
  11. Lower German Limes (T)
  12. Great Spas of Europe (Czechia) (T)
  13. Asuka-Fujiwara : Archaeological sites of Japan's Ancient Capitals and Related Properties (T)
  14. Historic Centre of Guimarães and Couros Zone (extension) (T)
  15. Bussaco cultural landscape (T)
  16. Padova Urbs Picta. Giotto, the Scrovegni Chapel and the 14th century painting cycles (T)
  17. Ancienne chocolaterie Menier à Noisiel (T)
  18. Sites funéraires et mémoriels de la Première Guerre mondiale (Front Ouest) (T)
  19. Hangar Y (T)
  20. Sites mégalithiques de Carnac (T)
  21. Les Plages du Débarquement, Normandie, 1944 (T)
  22. Old Synagogue and Mikveh in Erfurt - Testimonies of everyday life, religion and town history between change and continuity (T)
  23. ShUM cities of Speyer, Worms and Mainz (T)
  24. Darmstadt Artists' Colony Mathildenhöhe (T)
  25. Via Appia 'Regina Viarum' (T)
  26. Francke Foundation Buildings (T)
  27. Hall in Tyrol - The Mint (T)
  28. Priorat-Montsant-Siurana paysage agricole de la montagne méditerranéenne (T)
  29. Les témoignages matériels de la construction de l’État des Pyrénées : la Co-principauté d’Andorre (A) (T)
  30. Les témoignages matériels de la construction de l’État des Pyrénées : la Co-principauté d’Andorre (A) (T)
  31. Rade de Marseille (T)
  32. La Camargue (T)
  33. Les villes antiques de la Narbonnaise et leur territoire: Nimes, Arles, Glanum, aqueducs, via Domitia (T)
  34. Nîmes, l'Antiquité au présent (T)
  35. Historical-town planning ensemble of Ston (T)
  36. The historic town of Korcula (T)
  37. Schwetzingen, castle and castle gardens (T)

Top 50 Missing Sites

  1. Amritsar
  2. Bagan
  3. Chicago School of Architecture
  4. Ciudad Perdida, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta
  5. Dzongs of Bhutan
  6. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Frank Gehry
  7. Lena Delta
  8. Middle and Upper Sepik
  9. Minoan palaces of Crete
  10. Naica Cave: Cave of the Crystals
  11. Nan Madol
  12. Okavango Delta
  13. Pharaonic Temples of Kom Ombo and Edfu
  14. Salisbury Plains, Grytviken
  15. Scrovegni's Chapel
  16. Shwedagon Pagoda
  17. Torres del Paine National Park
  18. Ur
  19. Varanasi
  20. Westhoek: places of memory and monuments of the Great War

Top 200 WHS

  1. Volcanoes of Kamchatka
  2. Hawaii Volcanoes
  3. Teide National Park
  4. Brasilia
  5. Shibam
  6. Toledo
  7. Sana'a
  8. Old City of Jerusalem
  9. Rome
  10. Istanbul
  11. Venice and its Lagoon
  12. Ellora Caves
  13. Moenjodaro
  14. Sukhothai
  15. Angkor
  16. Decorated cave of Pont d'Arc
  17. Altamira Cave
  18. Plitvice Lakes
  19. Iguazu National Park
  20. The Sundarbans
  21. Okavango Delta
  22. Lake Baikal
  23. Victoria Falls
  24. Three parallel rivers of Yunnan
  25. Kenya Lake System
  26. Central Amazon Conservation Complex
  27. Tugendhat Villa
  28. Works of Antoni Gaudí
  29. Nasca Lines
  30. Çatalhöyük
  31. Stonehenge
  32. Chichen-Itza
  33. Tikal National Park
  34. Teotihuacan
  35. Chan Chan
  36. Mesa Verde
  37. Chaco Culture
  38. San Agustín
  39. Paris, Banks of the Seine
  40. St. Petersburg
  41. Florence
  42. Amsterdam Canal Ring
  43. Site of Carthage
  44. Classical Gardens of Suzhou
  45. Lower Valley of the Awash
  46. Potsdam
  47. Changdeokgung Palace Complex
  48. Versailles
  49. Imperial Palace
  50. Rapa Nui
  51. Palmyra
  52. Nemrut Dag
  53. Petra
  54. Hatra
  55. Persepolis
  56. Tchogha Zanbil
  57. Samarra
  58. Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
  59. Machu Picchu
  60. Kilimanjaro National Park
  61. Sagarmatha National Park
  62. Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks
  63. Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines
  64. Castel del Monte
  65. Great Wall
  66. Himeji-jo
  67. Hill Forts of Rajasthan
  68. Gwynedd Castles
  69. Agra Fort
  70. Auschwitz Birkenau
  71. Budapest
  72. Brugge
  73. Vienna
  74. Cracow
  75. Dubrovnik
  76. Granada
  77. Lübeck
  78. Maritime Greenwich
  79. Great Barrier Reef
  80. Rock Islands
  81. West Norwegian Fjords
  82. Mexico City and Xochimilco
  83. Cuzco
  84. Ha Long Bay
  85. Gunung Mulu
  86. South China Karst
  87. Meidan Emam, Esfahan
  88. Qutb Minar
  89. Fraser Island
  90. Sub-Antarctic Islands
  91. Temple of Heaven
  92. Sun Temple, Konarak
  93. Prambanan
  94. Khajuraho Group of Monuments
  95. Chola Temples
  96. Los Glaciares
  97. Te Wahipounamu
  98. Ilulissat Icefjord
  99. Yosemite National Park
  100. Tropical Rainforest Sumatra
  101. Redwood
  102. Cape Floral Region
  103. Alejandro de Humboldt National Park
  104. Rainforests of the Atsinanana
  105. Serengeti
  106. Ngorongoro
  107. Yellowstone
  108. Galapagos Islands
  109. Aldabra Atoll
  110. Komodo National Park
  111. Gulf of California
  112. Ancient Nara
  113. Ancient Kyoto
  114. Völklingen Ironworks
  115. Ironbridge Gorge
  116. Vredefort Dome
  117. Grand Canyon
  118. Nubian Monuments
  119. Ancient Thebes
  120. Bauhaus Sites
  121. Jantar Mantar
  122. Museumsinsel (Museum Island)
  123. Lorentz National Park
  124. Virunga National Park
  125. Namib Sand Sea
  126. Air and Téneré
  127. Rio de Janeiro
  128. Upper Middle Rhine Valley
  129. Medici Villas and Gardens
  130. Uluru
  131. Bali Subak system
  132. Persian Garden
  133. Wadi Rum
  134. Hallstatt-Dachstein
  135. Thingvellir
  136. Cartagena
  137. Potosi
  138. Québec
  139. Ouro Preto
  140. Puebla
  141. Meroe
  142. Ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani and Songo Mnara
  143. Great Zimbabwe Ruins
  144. Cliff of Bandiagara
  145. Kremlin and Red Square
  146. Sydney Opera House
  147. Wooden Tserkvas of the Carpathian Region
  148. Amiens Cathedral
  149. Sceilg Mhichíl
  150. Mount Athos
  151. Westminster
  152. Mont-Saint-Michel
  153. Saint Catherine Area
  154. Piazza del Duomo (Pisa)
  155. Vatican City
  156. Meteora
  157. Ravenna
  158. Bethlehem
  159. Kizhi Pogost
  160. Lalibela
  161. Aachen Cathedral
  162. Göreme NP
  163. Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor
  164. Temple, Mansion and Cemetery of Confucius
  165. Taj Mahal
  166. Pyramids (Memphis)
  167. Mogao Caves
  168. Borobudur
  169. Potala Palace
  170. Sigiriya
  171. Dazu Rock Carvings
  172. Ajanta Caves
  173. Fujian Tulou
  174. Kathmandu Valley
  175. Bukhara
  176. Ping Yao
  177. Samarkand
  178. Kairouan
  179. Medina of Marrakesh
  180. Damascus
  181. Historic Cairo
  182. Aleppo
  183. Pont du Gard
  184. Leptis Magna
  185. Baalbek
  186. Pompei
  187. Hierapolis-Pamukkale
  188. Acropolis
  189. Mycenae and Tiryns
  190. Olympia
  191. Laponian Area
  192. Pico Island
  193. Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras
  194. Coffee Cultural Landscape
  195. Timbuktu
  196. Koutammakou
  197. Djenné
  198. Ksar of Aït Ben Haddou
  199. Aksum
  200. Giant's Causeway