|Burgundy||Léproserie de Meursault|
|City of Bath||The Leper Hospital in the City of Bath (Great Spas of Europe Nomination File, p. 66, 279)|
|Colonies of Benevolence||In the second phase of the Veenhuizen Colony (1860-1918), "a small hospital for the cure of infectious diseases (lepers building) was built." (Nomination file, p. 148)|
|Great Barrier Reef||Fantome Island. A leprosarium was established on the island in 1927. Upon its closure in 1974 it was purged by fire. The island is the site of 200 graves"|
|Great Spa Towns of Europe||The Leper Hospital in the City of Bath (Nomination File, p. 66, 279)|
|Robben Island||1836-1931 served as a Leper colony|
|Venice and its Lagoon||Island of San Lazzaro degli Armeni "Lying just off the Lido, San Lazzaro degli Armeni is a small, very green monastery island....(which) served as an asylum in the 12th Century and later became a hospital island for lepers, named after their patron saint Lazarus. The lepers were then transferred to the Ospedale di San Lazzaro dei Mendicanti at Santi Giovanni e Paolo"|
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