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Title Eurasia UNESCO World Heritage Sites
ID / label 1381 / euarasia_whsites
Description These sites span 6 countries of Northern and Central Asia: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Russia, and China. These sites are landmarks or areas that have been designated by UNESCO to have "cultural and natural heritage" which is considered "of outstanding value to humanity." Sites vary from natural systems such as lakes and plateaus to manmade structures such as ancient towns and mausoleums.
# Records 23
Timespan earliest: 1990; latest: 9999
Source(s) UNESCO - World Heritage Convention - World Heritage List
Last modified 14 Feb 2024
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Creator(s) None
Contributors Louise Matthews


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