UNESCO Sites in Philippines: Manila Cathedral

UNESCO sites in the Philippines

Famed for its century-old structures, sweeping mountains and crystal clear waters, the Philippines is an archipelago that boasts more than 7,000 magnificent islands and islets. The country’s history shaped a unique blend of east and west, forming the modern Filipino culture. Its mixture of foreign influences from over a hundred ethnic groups showcases the rich […]

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UNESCO Sites in Indonesia

UNESCO sites in Indonesia

Arguably the most geographically and culturally diverse country in the world, Indonesia offers a wonderfully dramatic landscape that is sure to leave you in awe. The list continues from white-sand beaches and dense, vividly green forests to around 100 massive volcanoes that are capable of erupting at any time. It’s the world’s largest archipelago made […]

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UNESCO sites in Thailand

UNESCO sites in Thailand

Lush rainforests, turquoise water sand beaches, rich culture, and welcoming people. No wonder Thailand is the most visited country in Southeast Asia! Also known as the Land of Smiles, Thailand offers much in terms of culture, architecture, and overall natural beauty. Namely, this country has six UNESCO sites – three are natural sights, two are […]

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UNESCO Sites in Argentina: Iguazu Waterfalls

UNESCO sites in Argentina

Argentina is a very diverse country with great natural beauty, rich history and culture. This was also recognized by UNESCO so, as of 1978, its historical sites have been qualified for inclusion on the list. So far, there are 11 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Argentina, 6 of them cultural, and 5 of them natural. […]

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