A new bunch. When you have more info, please add it here in this post. Otherwise the connections will not be published.
Stari Ras - the Church of St Peter was built over an Illyrian cemetery.
>> please name source, and is the cemetery still visible?
(2949) Minority communities
Lalibela - Copts
>> Ethiopian-Orthodox are also referred to as Copts here???
(2946) Big Waterfalls
Jungfrau – Truemmelbach
Wet Tropics of Queensland : Girringun National Park : Wallaman Falls
-Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks: Takakkaw Falls - Wapta Falls -Central Amazon Conservation Complex: Carabinani
Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks ("waterfalls" in the Brief Description) –
Jeju ("waterfalls" in the Brief Description) –
Jeju -Cheonjeyeon Waterfall -Cheonjiyeon Waterfall -Jeongbang Waterfall
Okapi Wildlife Reserve ("waterfalls" in the Brief Description) –
Pirin National Park ("waterfalls" in the Brief Description) –
Plitvice Lakes ("waterfalls" in the Brief Description) –
Pyrénées - Mount Perdu / Gavarnie Falls
>> I've limited the Big Waterfalls-connection to the Really Big ones. Otherwise it would be unlimited. "Waterfalls that are significantly Tall or handle a High Volume of water. Limited to those that belong to the Top 20 of either category on http://www.world-waterfalls.com/."
Rafting: -Glacier parks: Tatshenshini River -Grand Canyon -Tasmanian Wilderness -Victoria Falls
>> not specific enough for a connection, technically you could raft on any river
(2881) Pilgrimage route
Sacri monti, Italy, Banska Stiavnica's Calvary Mount, Slovak and Kalweria, Poland have pilgrimage trails connecting each buildings in the complex representing Jerusalem's via Dolorosa.
>> we already have these in their own Connection, "Calvaries"
(2867) Walled cities
>> does not seem to remain much (80% or so is required)
Granada - Puerta de la Justicia
>> is this a triumphal arch?
(2701) Ibn Battuta
>> which WHS?
(2690) Holy Islamic site
Yasawi - pilgrimage to the Masoleum of Yasawi is equal to the traditional Haj to Mecca.
>> more a pilgrimage site, not top 5 holy islamic
Built or owned by Germans
Twyfelfontein - Als sich 1947 weiße Farmer in dem Tal niederließen, erwies sich die Quelle als nicht mehr zuverlässig, und sie nannten sie Twyfelfontein (hd: Zweifelfontäne). 1964 wurden die Farmerei wieder aufgegeben.
>> Germans were around, and as it was a German colony the whole country once was "owned" by Germans. But I cannot see a visible link to the German presence and this WHS (nothing "built")?
(2598) Neolithic age
>> ??? source ??
Built elsewhere as a full size replica
Herrenchimsee Palace by Bavarian King Ludwig II was almost the exact copy of Versailles
>> more "modelled after" than a replica I think