Unesco World Heritage

The Prosecco hills of Conegliano & Valdobbiadene

The Prosecco hills of Conegliano & Valdobbiadene

The Prosecco Hills - between the cities Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, in which Province of Treviso, in which Veneto region, in the northeast of Italy - is an extraordinary area where a wine of international prestige is produced: a sparkling white wine that is exported all over the world, producing more than 90 million bottles a year. In 2019, this area was UNESCO as a world heritage site recognized. In the land of Prosecco, beauty and taste...

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Naples, magical port city

Naples, magical port city

The southern Italian city of Naples, in the region of Campania, has the largest historical center in Europe and is a concentration of monuments ranging from Roman times to the Bourbon Empire. The old town of Naples is a mixture of history, art, culture and traditions. A city that should not be understood, but lived. Lose yourself in the noisy and colorful streets, discover the typical stores and let yourself be enveloped by the unique...

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The great spas of Europe – Montecatini Terme

The great spas of Europe – Montecatini Terme

In 2021, the Intergovernmental Commission on World Heritage decided to include the major spa towns of Europe in the UNESCO World Heritage List inclusion. "The Great Spa Towns of Europe" includes eleven cities in seven European countries: Baden near Vienna in Austria, Spa in Belgium, Karlovy Vary, Frantiskovy Lazne and Marianske Lazne in the Czech Republic, Vichy in France, Bad Ems, Baden-Baden and Bad Kissingen in Germany, the city of Bath in...

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The arcades and porticoes of Bologna

The arcades and porticoes of Bologna

The arcades and porticoes of BolognaThe city of Bologna, in the Emilia Romagna region, is officially the "city of arcades and porticoes". The porticoes of Bologna represent an important architectural and cultural heritage for the city and region and, together with the numerous towers, are a symbol of the city. No other city in the world has as many porticoes as Bologna: in the historic center of Bologna alone, the porticoes stretch for more...

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List Unesco World Heritage Sites in Italy

The UNESCO World Heritage in Italy includes about 55 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, of which 50 are World Heritage Sites and five are World Natural Heritage Sites. Five of these UNESCO World Heritage sites are transboundary or transnational. The first World Heritage Site to be inscribed on the World Heritage List was the rock paintings in Valcamonica in the distant year of 1979, followed by the historic center of Rome, the church of Santa Maria...

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Verona, Stadt der Liebe und der Oper

Verona, Stadt der Liebe und der Oper

Verona in der norditalienischen Region Venetien ist weltberühmt als Schauplatz der Tragödie "Romeo und Julia" von William Shakespeare. Verona ist nicht nur ein romantischer und faszinierender Ort, sondern bietet auch viele historische und kulturelle Sehenswürdigkeiten, wie z.B. die Arena, die für ihre Konzerte und Opern berühmt ist. Wegen ihres enormen historischen und kulturellen Wertes ist die Stadt ein Unesco-Weltkulturerbe. Die Piazza Bra...

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