Blog Posts - Unesco World Heritage Site



Ajanta Caves: Where all the fine arts converge

The world-famous, rock-cut Ajanta Caves is one of those places where background reading or research doesn’t help. At least, it didn’t help me. Prior to visiting the caves in December 2013, I had read up on the best time to … Continu...
by My Favourite Things on Jan 4, 2015

Ajanta Caves: Where all the fine arts converge

The world-famous, rock-cut Ajanta Caves is one of those places where background reading or research doesn’t help. At least, it didn’t help me. Prior to visiting the caves in December 2013, I had read up on the best time to … Continu...
by My Favourite Things on Jan 4, 2015

When trips don’t go as planned – stuck in the desert

It’s one of those life lessons that everyone learns sooner or later: sometimes things don’t go as planned. Considering last week was one of those weeks when family life and holiday preparations seemed to spiral out of control, making it i...
by Travel 50 States with Kids on Dec 15, 2014

New Mexico – Taos Pueblo

Are you familiar with UNESCO and their World Heritage Mission? The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) seeks to encourage the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around th...
by Travel 50 States with Kids on Dec 8, 2014

The Baths of Caracalla in Rome

The Baths of Caracalla were the second largest public bath in Rome after the Baths of Diocletian. Both baths were open to the public with free admission. The Baths of Caracalla offered places for approx 2000 spa visitors. The construction was started...
by Travel Video Blog on Nov 30, 2014

Lonja de la Seda

Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. The Gothic style building was built in between 1480-ish to 1548. A beautiful addition to Valencia’s […]...
by indahs travel photography on Nov 14, 2014

MEDINA OF FES, MOROCCO

Ammoniacal odor inside Guerniz Tannery from  lime and pigeon droppings used to soften the hides. Belgha : Finely crafted and colorful Moroccan slippers inside Medina of Fes. Photographed and printed on postcards, the Bab Boujaloud, the gateway a UNE...

The Magnificent Karst Bridges Of Wulong

The stunning Three Natural Bridges in Wulong National Geology Park – a UNESCO World Heritage site, and setting for key scenes in “Transformers 4: Age  of Extinction” & “Curse of the Golden Flower” – was the...
by The Urge To Wander on Nov 1, 2014

The city of Le Havre

The city of Le Havre was heavily damaged by bombing at the end of the 2nd World War. 5000 people were killed, 12,500 buildings destroyed. The architect’s office Auguste Perret planned the reconstruction. According to their plans, the Church of...
by Travel Video Blog on Oct 21, 2014

Qila-i-Akbari: The red fort of Agra

October 2011 It is almost noon when I arrive at Agra Fort tired, dehydrated, sunburned and with the beginnings of a headache. It has been a long day that began before sunrise by queuing up with what seemed like the … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Oct 14, 2014

Qila-i-Akbari: The red fort of Agra

October 2011 It is almost noon when I arrive at Agra Fort tired, dehydrated, sunburned and with the beginnings of a headache. It has been a long day that began before sunrise by queuing up with what seemed like the … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Oct 14, 2014

sunrise at agra fort

Sunrise at Agra Fort. Why sunrise ? Why not noon, sunset, twilight… Simple. Because at sunrise, when the warm golden light dapples over the 500 year old walled Mughal palatial city and its deserted sprawling expanses, something close to magic &...

sunrise at agra fort

Sunrise at Agra Fort. Why sunrise ? Why not noon, sunset, twilight… Simple. Because at sunrise, when the warm golden light dapples over the 500 year old walled Mughal palatial city and its deserted sprawling expanses, something close to magic &...

Wisata Kota Tua Banten

Banten Lama  is a tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Site Hello World! 31 Agustus 2014 Aku bersama Rintaadita melakukan perjalanan bersama ke Banten Lama demi wisata sejarah yang ada di Banten yang mulai… Baca lebih lanjut →...
by Indonesian Backpacker on Sep 3, 2014

Old Goa: Of churches, a ruin, a museum and Google Maps

It is nearly 5 pm when we (my friend and I) decide to call it a day at Old Goa or Velha Goa. We have spent a wonderful day in this culturally and historically significant part of Goa by exploring … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 22, 2014

Old Goa: Of churches, a ruin, a museum and Google Maps

It is nearly 5 pm when we (my friend and I) decide to call it a day at Old Goa or Velha Goa. We have spent a wonderful day in this culturally and historically significant part of Goa by exploring … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 22, 2014

Perfect Family Holidays on Greek Islands

I'm a British Greek Cypriot so love to head back to the homeland of Cyprus or going further back ancestrally, to Greece. Island hopping since kids, I have come to love and yearn for time back in the Med whenever we can.
by Honest Mum on Aug 13, 2014

South Korea Itinerary | UNESCO World Heritage and Cultural Tour in Seoul

This is my second time in Seoul and I am visiting the city just to do a UNESCO World Heritage tour and a side-trip to some of its cultural heritage sites. I know I can not cover all UNESCO sites in South Korea in this trip but I am checking out those...
by pinoyontheroad on Jul 25, 2014

empress sisi’s vienna – today

“I am a seagull, of no land, I call no shore my home, I am bound to no place, I fly from wave to wave.” ~ Empress Elisabeth of Austria aka Sisi (1837-1898) A fervent traveler, the Empress of Austria … Continue reading →...

Getting Lost in the Labyrinth In Camaguey

Categories: Camaguey Cuba Tags: CamagueyCubaThings to do in CamagueyThings to do in CubaUNESCOUNESCO World Heritage SiteWorld Heritage Site Camaguey is a labyrinth where a poor map reader can easily get lost. The narrow streets seem identical and t...
by The Sojourner on Jun 12, 2014


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