Historic center WHS which mention "urban fabric" (or "tissu urbain" in French) in their brief description.
|Medina of Fez|
|Olinda||"a tree-covered landscape laid over an urban fabric delightfully moulded to the contours of the topography"|
|Stone Town of Zanzibar|
|Tlacotalpan||Tlacotalpan is a Spanish colonial river port on the Gulf coast of Mexico which has preserved its original urban fabric to an exceptional degree (OUV)|
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Urban fabric?
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