WHS displayed on national passports
|Abbey of St Gall||On Swiss passport version 2003, on page 24|
|Belfries||"Inside of Passport version 2008 shows town halls of capitals"|
|Bellinzone||On Swiss passport version 2003, on page 28|
|Blenheim Palace||For anti counterfeiting reasons UK Passports contain pages overprinted with pictures of Blenheim Palace: Fountain in Gardens (Pages 5 + 28)|
|Dorset and East Devon Coast||For anti counterfeiting reasons UK Passports contain pages overprinted with pictures of the Dorset Coast (Durdle Door) (Pages 17 + 43)|
|Giant's Causeway||For anti counterfeiting reasons UK Passports contain pages overprinted with pictures of Giants Causeway (Pages 15 + 42)|
|Hwaseong Fortress||Inside of passport (last page, right side) shows Hwaseong Fortress. Interestingly the fortress covers the passport security device.|
|Jelling||Image of the engravings is used in Danish passports|
|Old City of Berne||On Swiss passport version 2003, on page 9|
|Qadisha Valley||Cedar Tree|
|Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple||Inside of passport (right side) shows Dabotap, one of two famous stone pagodas in Bulguksa Temple.|
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