Dubbed as another WHS
Sites which are nicknamed after another WHS.
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Ahwar of Southern Iraq: Uruk is dubbed Venice of the Desert (wiki)
Al Zubarah: Pompeii of the Gulf
Altamira Cave: Altamira "The Sistine Chapel of Quaternary Art"
Archipiélago de Revillagigedo: "Mexico's little Galapagos"
Asmara: In the late 1930s the Italians changed the face of the town, with a new structure and new buildings: Asmara was called Piccola Roma (Little Rome)
Ayutthaya: Venice of the East
Bahá’i Holy Places: Ridwan Garden is dubbed New Jerusalem
Bamberg: The once fisherman's settlement dating from the Middle Age and lining the shore of the Regnitz River is known as the "Little Venice"
Brugge: Venice of the North
Budapest: Paris of the East
Churches of Moldavia: Voronet - "Sistine Chapel of the East"
Classical Gardens of Suzhou: Venice of the East
Decorated cave of Pont d'Arc: Prehistoric Sistine Chapel
Echmiatsin and Zvartnots: Echmiatsin: the Armenian Vatican
Edinburgh: Athens of the North
Ferrara: Comacchio is dubbed Little Venice
Fertö/Neusiedlersee: Esterhazy Palace in Fertod is dubbed Hungarian Versailles
Florence: Athens of the Middle Ages (thanks to its leading role in the promotion of knowledge and art thus connecting it with the Akropolis, which used to be the centre of knowledge, religion and art in Classical Greece)
Gelati Monastery: Gelati Monastery: From its very foundation it was called the "Second Athos" as the cradle of literacy and the "Second Jerusalem" as the religious center. (state party in nomination TList Gelati Monastery)
Greater Blue Mountains: Edinburgh Castle Rock
Göbekli Tepe: Turkish Stonehenge
Hiraizumi: Kyoto of the North
Island of Patmos: "Jerusalem of the Aegean" to reflect its New Testament Biblical significance.
Istanbul: Constantinople was dubbed the Second Rome
Joggins Fossil Cliffs: "Coal age Galapagos" because of the assistance they gace to Darwin, Lyall et al in developing their understanding of earth and life science.
Jongmyo Shrine: "Chongmyo's outstanding architectural value has led many scholars to call it the "Parthenon of Asia." - AB Document
Joya de Ceren: Pompeii of the Americas
Kernavë: Troy of Lithuania
Kiev: New Constantinople
Ksar of Aït Ben Haddou: le Mont-saint-Michel des chleuhs
L'viv: Eastern Vienna, Florence of the East
Lake Baikal: Galapagos of Russia
Lalibela: African Jerusalem
Mantua and Sabbioneta: Sabbioneta is dubbed The Little Athens of the Po.
Medina Azahara: Versailles of the Middle Ages
Medina of Tétouan: Jerusalem of Morocco (for its rich Rabbinical heritage)
Meknes: The Versailles of Morocco
Melaka and George Town: Venice of the East (Melaka)
Mount Sanqingshan: Little Huangshan
Mystras: Florence of the East
Nan Madol: It is often called the "Venice of the Pacific" (wiki)
Neolithic Orkney: Skara Brae has been called the "Scottish Pompeii" because of its excellent preservation (wiki)
Nessebar: Bulgaria's Dubrovnik
Ogasawara Islands: Galapagos in the Orient
Ohrid Region: Ohrid is apparently known as the Macedonian (or "Slavic") Jerusalem - because of its one time 365 churches
Okinoshima Island: Okinoshima has the nickname Shosoin of the Sea, Shosoin is part of Nara WHS ( the treasure house that belongs to Tōdai-ji in Nara)
Old Town of Lijiang: Venice of the East
Palmyra: Venice of the Desert
Potsdam: Sans Souci is dubbed Prussian Versailles
Prague: Kampa Island is dubbed Little Venice
Provins: A part of lower Provins is dubbes Little Venice.
Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans: Bukovinian Alhambra
Riga: Riga between the wars was called 'The Little Paris of the North', when it was where Western spies and diplomats went to have fun.
SGang Gwaay: Haida Gwaii, the “Galapagos Island of Canada”
Sacri Monti of Piedmont and Lombardy: Sacro Monte di Varallo is dubbed New Jerusalem
Saint-Savin sur Gartempe: Dubbed the "Romanesque Sistine Chapel"
Salzburg: Rome of the North
San Cristobal de La Laguna: "Florence of the Canary Islands" (wiki)
San Miguel de Allende: The Sanctuary of Jesus de Nazareno de Atotonilco has been called "The Sistine Chapel of the Americas"
Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca: Named after Cuenca in Spain. Plus its Inca predecessor Tumebamba was dubbed second Cuzco.
Sarazm: Pompeii of Central Asia
Socotra Archipelago: Galapagos of the Indian Ocean
Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus District: "Little Venice", "Venice of warehouses", "Hamburg's Venice", "Northern Venice"
Spissky Hrad and Levoca: Spisska Kapitula dubbed 'Slovak Vatican'
St. Petersburg: Peterhof dubbed Russian Versailles; St Petersburg is also "Venice of the north" because of its canals
Strasbourg: The Aubette Palace was decorated in the 1920s by Hans Arp, Theo van Doesburg, and Sophie Taeuber-Arp and therefore dubbed the Sistine Chapel of Modern Art.
Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch: The Sphinx Peak
São Luis: "Brazilian Athens" (apparently due to its due to its many poets and writers, which would link it to the Acropolis)
Tasmanian Wilderness: Includes Walls of Jerusalem National Park
Tauric Chersonese: It has been nicknamed the "Ukrainian Pompeii" and "Russian Troy" (wiki)
Teide National Park: some authors had considered Teide as a "second Etna" in the Atlantic or in the horizons (nom file)
Timgad: Numidian (or Algerian) Pompeii
Tiwanaku: "The Baalbek of the New World" by American Archaeologist Ephram George Squier in 1877. Chapter XV of "Incidents of Travel and Exploration in the Land of the Incas"
Trang An: "Dry Ha long Bay" or "Inland Ha Long Bay"
Tsodilo: "The Louvre of the Desert"
Vilnius: Rome of the North, or the Jerusalem of Lithuania
Willandra Lakes: Shores of the Willandra Lake system are known as "The Walls of China"
Zollverein: The 55mtr winding tower has been called "The Eiffel Tower of the Ruhr"
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