The World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has included many historically important places of the world in its list. In which some places of India are also included. Let us know about all these places.
Mosque of Ivory Coast – Traders from Sudan came to the West African country in the 17th and 19th centuries. Who built mosques on the Ivory Coast as a symbol of Islamic architecture (Mosques on the Ivory Coast). Now eight mosques made of clay have been included in the World Heritage List. (Photo: Twitter)
Chankillo Astronomical Complex of Peru – This place (Chankillo Astronomical Complex) is located 360 kilometers north of the capital Lima. There are 13 towers here. On seeing them, it seems that some person has made them recently. All these towers go from north to south.
France’s Cordouan Lighthouse – The 68-meter-long Cordouan Lighthouse is considered to be the oldest such lighthouse in France in today’s time. It was designed by the engineer Louis de Fox and has been in operation since 1611. The lighthouse is situated on a rocky plateau, accessible only by boat.
New Dutch Waterline of the Netherlands – It was developed as a kind of defense network (New Dutch Waterline). Which includes 45 forts, six fortifications, various bunkers and waterworks, which is spread over a total of 85 km. It was used between 1815 and 1940 to prevent the enemy from advancing in the war. (Photo: Twitter)
Spa Towns of Europe – 11 historic spa towns located in seven European countries have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. These include (The Great Spas of Europe) from Baden-Baden and Bad Kissingen in West Germany. Along with this, the cities of Britain and Rome are also included in the list. (Photo: Twitter)
Nice city of France – With more than 40 places in France, the city of Nice has also been included in the list of World Heritage. The history of Alpine, European and metropolitan areas can be seen in Nice. People like the architecture here.
Iran’s Trans-Iranian Railway – The 1,394 km long Trans-Iranian Railway line was built between 1927 and 1938. It connects the Caspian Sea with the Persian Gulf. The project was paid exclusively for by Iranian taxpayers to prevent foreign interference. (Photo: Twitter)
Ramappa Temple of India- Ramappa Temple of India, located about 200 km northeast of Hyderabad, has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The construction of the temple was started by the Maharaja of the Kakatiya dynasty of Telangana in the year 1213. (Photo: Twitter)
Rock Art Hima of Saudi Arabia – The Rock Art Hima of Saudi Arabia has also been included in the list of World Heritage. It is located in the Najran province of the southwest of the country. It is considered one of the largest rock art sites in the world. There are more than 34 different locations in the iconic rock site. (Photo: Twitter)