If you thought UNESCO was limited to only man-made and natural structures, think again.
After preserving its Swahili settlement heritage for over seven centuries, Kenya’s touristic town is now at risk.
Whether you’ve got a week or just a day to see a few, these are the 10 best temples and ruins in Laos.
Tucson’s multi-layered food culture thrives not only in its dining scene, but through a number of local, innovative food projects that keep the region’s heritage food culture alive.
From the birthplace of Jesus to the docklands of Liverpool, these 11 UNESCO sites should be seen before they’re gone.
Experience the world, one wrestling match at a time.
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We’ve highlighted ten of the newly anointed World Heritage Sites, including 2,000-year-old structures in Israel and the stunningly modern Singapore Botanic Gardens.