I’ll admit it; I have a problem, a UNESCO problem. But I don’t mind. 🙂
If you’ve been reading the blog, you probably have noticed that I talk about UNESCO World Heritage Sites a lot. Well here’s the deal:
These sites (which are just shy of 1,000) were decided (by whom? I don’t know) to be vitally important for our global culture. They include manmade sites, which are related to important historical events that affected global history, and awe inspiring natural landscapes that are one of a kind.
I always figured if I was going to travel somewhere new I should gather information first. My last trip to Italy 2 years ago I vaguely knew about UNESCO and I used their site as a jumping off point for what’s significant to see in Italy. Over time I realized that UNESCO is a great cultural travel tool and hence my list was born!
Read More: UNESCO book
I copied and pasted all the UNESCO Sites onto a word document, formatted it (of course) and I am checking off as I go. Consider it a travel wish list. Currently (as of last week) I am at 27.
I encourage you to look up the UNESCO World Heritage Website – you never know what you might learn!
Read more: Because I like lists…