New Towns which are specifically included in the nomination.
|Edinburgh||"the neoclassical New Town, whose development from the 18th century onwards had a far-reaching influence on European urban planning"|
|Great Spa Towns of Europe||The new town of Františkovy Lázně "was laid out initially along a central axis (founded on Baroque principles of axiality and symmetry) within which the principal functions of the spa were concentrated." (Ab Ev)|
|Prague||"a supreme manifestation of Medieval urbanism (the New Town of Emperor Charles IV built as the New Jerusalem)"|
|Quedlinburg||"Around the year 1,200, the Quedlinburg New Town began to develop along the walls of the Old Town behind the Mühlgraben canal. Its inhabitants came from the villages surrounding Quedlinburg"|
|Riga||"...at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries, when Art Nouveau was at the height of its popularity, Riga experienced an unprecedented financial and demographic boom.... The middle class of Riga used their acquired wealth to build imposing apartment blocks outside the former city walls" (wiki)|
|Strasbourg||"the Neustadt, new town, designed and built under the German administration (1871-1918)"|
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to New Towns?
A connection should:
- Not be "self evident"
- Link at least 3 different sites
- Not duplicate or merely subdivide the "Category" assignment already identified on this site.
- Add some knowledge or insight (whether significant or trivial!) about WHS for the users of this site
- Be explained, with reference to a source