7 of the Newest Additions to the UNESCO World Heritage List
1 month ago - By Global Traveler
Each year, the UNESCO World Heritage List adds new sites around the world; each nominated destination undergoes a rigorous approval process with a panel of international representatives determining if a landmark meets several criteria and, overall, stands out for its natural, cultural or historic elements. See seven of our favorites from this year's 20 new sites and let us know if your favorite made the list! © Ericsch | Dreamstime.com
The ancient city of Qalhat in Oman includes inner and outer wall remains, ramparts and necropolises. The city was a major port on the East Coast of Arabia...
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