UNESCO Sites

What is UNESCO?

UNESCO stands for The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, which is a subdivision of the United Nations. These include historic centers of cities, architectural gems, and natural resources. At current time, there are just over 1,000 of them worldwide. These vary greatly from ancient ruins and city centers to coral reefs and rain forests.

While it was not necessarily my intention to visit sites solely based on the fact that they are considered World Heritage Sites, I just happen to be very interested in architecture and nature.

Austria

Belgium

Colombia

Ecuador

France

Germany

Italy

Netherlands

Nicaragua

Panama

Puerto Rico (United States)

Spain