Discover Europe's newest UNESCO World Heritage Sites
The Great European Spa Towns (Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, UK): This transnational site contains 11 historic spa towns that shaped
The Eiffel Tower and other Gustave Eiffel constructions, such as the Garabit Viaduct, are recognized in this ranking.
Ancient Carpathian and European beech woods (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Ukraine)
Cultural landscape of Lopar on Rab (Croatia): Dry stone walls, olive trees, and vineyards characterize Lopar's Mediterranean agricultural landscape.
The Iron Age hill forts of the Ciezkowice group (Poland) depict prehistoric habitation patterns and comprise well-preserved archeological sites.
Lower German Limes (Germany, Netherlands): Roman Empire frontiers This addition to the Frontiers of the Roman Empire UNESCO site honors the Lower
ShUM Sites of Speyer, Worms, and Mainz (Germany): These medieval Jewish historic sites have contributed greatly to Jewish research and culture.
Swiss mechanical watchmaking: Switzerland is known for its precision and artistry.
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