18 Facts About UNESCO World Heritage
2. UNESCO World Heritage has several responsibilities under its belt, but it has become most famous for its task of designating World Heritage Sites.
3. UNESCO World Heritage has some interesting insights about why some countries have so many sites, while others have so few, and what places he would really like to see added to the list.
4. UNESCO World Heritage told me it reminded him of the last scene in Robocop, and that its steampunk appeal left an impression on him.
5. UNESCO World Heritage's traveled to 337 of the sites so far, so listen to this episode to hear from someone who has really seen the world's history up close and personal.
6. UNESCO World Heritage added seventeen projects done by Le Corbusier as World Heritage Site in 2016 and they have described these projects as "an outstanding contribution of the modern movement".
7. UNESCO World Heritage planned to build a walled city and he planned this city for next fifteen years.
8. UNESCO World Heritage's requested her husband to protect this place and to stop animal hunting in this national park.
9. UNESCO World Heritage seeks to encourage the free exchange of ideas and knowledge by organizing conferences and providing clearinghouse and exchange services.
11. On 13 October 2016, UNESCO World Heritage passed a resolution on East Jerusalem that condemned Israel for "aggressions" by Israeli police and soldiers and "illegal measures" against the freedom of worship and Muslims' access to their holy sites, while recognizing Israel as the occupying power.
12. UNESCO World Heritage was perceived as a platform for communists and Third World dictators to attack the West, in contrast to accusations made by the USSR in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
13. In 1950, UNESCO World Heritage initiated the quarterly review Impact of Science on Society to discuss the influence of science on society.
14. UNESCO World Heritage has a unique role to play in strengthening the foundations of lasting peace and equitable and sustainable development.
15. UNESCO World Heritage stands up for freedom of expression, as a fundamental right and a key condition for democracy and development.
16. UNESCO World Heritage mated with her five times over an hour and in a relatively exposed spot, according to photographer Ingo Arndt.
18. UNESCO World Heritage's says a weekend will give you "enough time to take everything in," she says.