Pffff, the disdain is still palpable in this response from Liverpool, calling it a "'naive' removal of city's world heritage status". Surely, they are not at fault.
If you are in a hole, don't keep digging.
I didn't mean it had to be split up. Just wanted to say that in other cities, components are nominated seperately, like for London and Brussels, and it ups the count for those cities.
But Banks of the Seine could easily be four top sites with the Eiffel Tower-Champs de Mars, the Louvre, Hôtel des Invalides and the Ile de la Cité with Notre-Dame and Pont-Neuf.
With capital cities you regularly get this problem. We can have an endless list for the metropolitan areas of Berlin, London, Paris, Brussels, Madrid, Moscow, Seoul, Beijing, Prag, New York City, Rome, ... I am not sure adding a new inscription each and every time makes sense.
My personal preference would be to use serial sites for this, serial in the sense that Paris is the site and then each location or area adds to the OUV as a catalogue.
For Paris. Hard to find anything else but areas.
Areas: Museumsinsel, Karl Marx Allee
Site: AEG Turbinenhalle, Tempelhof, Brandenburger Tor, Bernau Gewerkschaftsschule, Nationalgalerie, Mauer Memorial