WHS where the structure of an icehouse can be seen.
|Ancient Merv||Locations 886-015, 016 and 017 1st, 2nd and 3rd "of three icehouses"|
|Bam Cultural Landscape||Outside the fortified enclosure, north-east of the Citadel, there is a large Icehouse (Yakhchāl). (AB ev)|
|Great Spa Towns of Europe||"Belgium has more than 200 ice rooms spread around Flanders and Wallonia. An exceptional case, Spa alone has more than 15 of these small structures which were used to store food and make sorbet. This high concentration, which can only be explained by the large-scale hotel activity, offers an insight into the evolution of building techniques from 1757 to 1924." (Nomination File, p. 107)|
|Lake District||At Lanty’s Tarn|
|Medici Villas and Gardens||Boboli Gardens: domed icehouse (ghiacciaia) half-sunk into a shaded slope (wiki)|
|Old Town Lunenburg||Now part of the Fisheries Museum|
|Québec||At the Forts-et-Châteaux-St-Louis|
|Serra de Tramuntana||Description of "hydrological landscape" in AB Eval "structures to store snow and make ice".|
|Tabriz Bazaar||Tabriz Bazaar includes 1 icehouse (AB ev)|
|Versailles||At Marie Antoinette's Estate|
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