Contains significant structures from the 21st Century
WHS that hold an important structure from the 21st century, while the main part of the WHS itself belongs to an earlier century
|Brugge||Concertgebouw (2002), designed by Paul Robbrecht and Hilde Daem for Brugge's Cultural Capital of Europe in 2002|
|Edinburgh||Scottish Parliament Building (2004)|
|Great Spa Towns of Europe||Baden-Baden: "the important collection of modern art in the Frieder Burda museum, located since 2004 in the modern building of Richard Meier, a reputed American architect. The museum connects with the existing Kunsthalle dating from the early twentieth century and is considered to be a congenial part of the Lichtental alley." (Nomination File, p. 422)|
|Kew Gardens||The Sackler Crossing|
|Mexico City and Xochimilco||• Museo Memoria y Tolerancia: built 2006-2010, designed by architects Arditti+RDT, just south of the Palacio de Bellas Artes and with the role of presenting, sensitizing the population against genocides of the XX-XXI Centuries, as well as promoting tolerance. At Avenida Juárez 8.|
|Museumsinsel (Museum Island)||Neues Museum (2009)|
|Namhansanseong||Emergency Palace or Namhansanseong Palace: "Completely destroyed in the early 20th century, the site of the royal palace and its shrines was excavated (1999), and then reconstructed (2004)." - AB Evaluation|
|Royal Exhibition Building||Melbourne Museum (2000)|
|Venice and its Lagoon||San Michele Cemetery (2007)|
|Vienna||Peek and Cloppenburg store (2010)|
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