UNESCO says the world heritage sites belong to everyone.
There are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Croatia.
UNESCO, chooses world heritage sites.
UNESCO protects and preserve the World Heritage sites.
Cambodia has 2 world heritage sites; Angkor and the Temple of Preah Vihear.
Humayan's Tomb and Qutb Minar are two UNESCO World Heritage sites in New Delhi.
Once they are inscribed as Heritage Sites, they will now be observed by UNESCO on a frequent basis to check it's status and structure and if they saw something bad or any deteriorating factor that causes that landmark to problems and degradation, they will instantly issue an order for the preservation of the said landmark who are at risk.
The pyramids of Giza became UNESCO world heritage listed in 1979.
The first World Heritage sites were inscribed in 1978. Therefore, there were no official World Heritage sites in 1972.
Italy is home to the greatest number of World Heritage Sites, with 50 sites inscribed on the list.
Because those sites are protected by UNESCO. The world heritage sites may not become lost, because of their rich history
According to the UNESCO World Heritage site, there are 1073 properties in 2017.
No, it is not on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Asia is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The most popular of which include; The Great Wall, Lushan national park, Lumbini, Kathmandu valley and the Taj Mahal
Unesco lists Cathedral, Torre Civica and Piazza Grande as World Heritage Sites in Modena.
they're both UNESCO heritage sites
3 sites stupas,kalidasa,tansen
Here is a list of the most beautiful world heritage sites.http://www.cnn.com/travel/article/20-beautiful-unesco-sites/index.html
The list for World Heritage Sites is maintained by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Scientific Organization. It can be found on UNESCO's website.
World Heritage Sites are listed by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation. 911 sites have been listed as of 2010. They are managed by their home countries.
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) is responsible for selecting world heritage sites.
UNESCO chooses World Heritage sites based on several factors, including how endangered the flora and fauna of an area is. It also considers what resources would be needed to try to reverse the damage done to the area.