7 latest world heritage recognized by UNESCO

Discover 7 most impressive new works recognized by UNESCO as world heritage.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recently added 21 names to the list of world heritage in its annual meeting in Istanbul, Turkey. So far, UNESCO has 1,052 heritage which is considered to have "outstanding value" for culture to nature.

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Venice, one of the famous World Heritage sites, was voted by UNESCO.(Photo: Hernán Piñera).

Here are 7 typical names in the list of 21 newly recognized UNESCO heritage sites:

Antequera stone tomb, Spain

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This is considered the Stonehenge of Spain.

Considered as Spain's Stonehenge, Antequera's dolmens area impresses with large rocks dating to the Neolithic period. This is one of the works of great significance for European archeology. You can reach this place after about 45 minutes by car from Málaga city or 2 hours by bus from Seville and Gibraltar.

Antigua Naval Shipyard, Antigua and Barbuda Island

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This was a British shipyard during the time when European countries took control of the eastern Caribbean.

It was the British ship's repair and shipbuilding workshop during the period of European countries competing for control of the eastern Caribbean. So this work has the same architecture as the period of King George in England (1714-1830). You can get to this place from Jumby Bay, the best hotel on Antigua and Barbuda island after about 30 moving by sea.

Gorham Cave Area, United Kingdom

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It holds evidence of the existence of the Neanderthals culture tens of thousands of years ago.

Located on the island of Gibraltar in the UK, Gorham cave area is currently one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the world. It holds evidence of the existence of the Neanderthals culture tens of thousands of years ago. Archaeologists and paleontologists continue to study sculptures on cliffs or fossils of animal bones in caves, while visitors can visit the area on tours. by boat.

Pampulha population, Brazil

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This population includes casinos, churches, government buildings .

Visitors to Brazil to watch the 2016 Olympics, can take advantage of the famous contemporary art works here, such as the Pampulha architectural complex of architect Oscar Niemeyer in Belo Horizonte. This complex includes casinos, churches, government buildings built around artificial lakes that are shaded by palm trees.

The architecture of Le Corbusier

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One of his most unique works is the Notre Dame de Haut church in France.

Architect Le Corbusier is the father of Innovation when he created breath-taking architectures in many parts of the world, from Buenos Aires to Tokyo. One of his most unique works is the Notre Dame de Haut church in France. This church is designed asymmetrically with a curved curved roof.

Mistaken Point Reserve, Canada

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This is where there are many types of fossils dating back more than 500 million years ago.

But the bird lover and nature discoverer came to know the Mistaken Point sanctuary many years ago. Located on the southeastern edge of Newfoundland, it is home to 180 species of birds, such as the recessive albatross and many fossils dating back more than 500 million years ago.

Zuojiang Stone Art Zone, China

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This is a unique stone art area of ​​China around the 5th century BC to the 2nd century AD.

Around the 5th century BC to the 2nd century AD, the Luoye in southwestern China, described their activities and beliefs on the cliffs on Mount Hoa Son, near Nanning City , Guangxi province. Visitors can catch direct flights from Beijing, Shanghai, or Hong Kong to get to Nanning city first to this unique rock art area.

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