WHS that are both cultural and industrial landscapes. The broad definition of "Cultural landscape" is used here: declared as such in the AB evaluation, but not necessary registered like that by Unesco.
|Blaenavon Industrial Landscape|
|Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape|
|Fray Bentos||Official name as inscribed is "Fray Bentos Industrial Landscape". The AB also describes it as a "Cultural Landscape" and comments "The Preface to the nomination dossier points out that the Latin American and Caribbean Group GRULAC agreed that Fray Bentos Cultural-Industrial Landscape was the most representative of a great part of the historical development process in the American continent"|
|Mining Cultural Landscape Erzgebirge|
|Nord-Pas de Calais Mining Basin|
|The Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales|
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Industrial Landscapes?
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