The Most Heritage Sites in The World
Notre Dame de Paris, France
Notre Dame is a World Heritage Site which is surrounded by history and has its French-Gothic architecture, natural-looking sculptures and beautifully stained glass windows.
It is considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture in France and Europe.
Tikal – Guatemala
Tuckell is the largest Maya city during the “Classic era” 1000 years ago. It is located in the archaeological area of the Peten Basin, which is now located in northern Guatemala.
Many beautiful buildings have been exposed and many research has been done. Among many Maya sites in Central America, Tikal is probably the most breathtaking, because of the impressive buildings that have been restored in the area, where many wild buildings are still surrounded by forest.
The sight of the temples opening through the canopy is terrible.
A royal palace on the border of Granada, Alhambra was once a residence of Moorish kings, but it is now one of the world’s largest open-sky museums of Islamic architecture and world heritage site.
Here the Royal Residential Quarters, the official room, and the bathroom, and a mosque, as well as a series of courtyards, surrounded by open archives, pillars and fountains within the complex of the fort.
Historic center of Saint Petersburg, Russia
The historic center of St. Petersburg is a city located on the banks of the Neva River in Russia.
St. Petersburg is also home to the Armitage, the largest art museum in the world.
Many foreign consulates, international corporations, banks and other businesses are located in St. Petersburg, under the reign of Peter the Great, the cultural and historical past of the city has been built in every piece of architecture with a world heritage site, in which monuments such as admiralty, winter Palace, marble palace and Hermitage are included.
Pyramid of Giza, Egypt
The Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in Giza Necpropolis; it remains largely between seven wonders of the ancient world.
The ancient capital includes pyramids of Khufu, pyramids of Khafare, pyramids of Manekair and Great Sphinx. The temptation of the pyramid can not be denied.
Vatican City, Italy
One of the most religious and beautiful cities on Earth, the Vatican City is actually a landlocked, independent city-state with a population of 900,000.
It is a Christian or holy-ruled-monarchy state, which is ruled by the Bishop of Rome – Pope. The most amazing sites inside the Vatican City are Apostolic Palace, the house of the Pope, which includes graffiti painted by Raphael’s rooms, Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo.
Rapa Nooyi, Easter Island
Easter Island is a Polynesian island in the South Pacific Ocean. It is famous for its 887 existing monumental statues, called Moya, which was made by the early people of Rapanui.
It is a World Heritage Site (as prescribed by UNESCO) with the most protected island in Rapana Nooyi National Park, the indigenous name of Easter Island, Rappa Nui is a volcanic, polynesian island that is seen by the huge stone Mao The important ancestors of each clan, who weigh hundreds of tonnes and increase by 60 feet, with idols today more than 3,000 People live on the island.
Jerusalem’s old city and its walls
The Old City is home to many places of main religious importance: the Temple Mount and its western wall for the Jews, the church of the Holy God for Christians and the dome of the rock and al-Aqsa mosque for the Muslims.
Today, the old city is broadly divided into the Muslim Quarter, Christian Quarter, Jewish Quarter and Armenian Quarter.
Boasting over 220 historical monuments – among them the wonderful 7th-century dome rock, The Welling Wall and the tomb of Christ, the Church of the Holy Sepular.
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Located in the north center of the Yuktan Peninsula is a large pre-Columbian archaeological site created by the Maya civilization, in Tinom town of Yucatán State, nowadays Mexico.
Maya name “Chichen Itza” means “It’s the mouth of the well.” This is the type of building you can imagine filling El Dorado with the lost gold.
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English country of Wiltshire. It is one of the most famous places in the world, which is made of earth work around a circular setting of large standing stones.
Archaeologists believe that the monument of the iconic stone stood around 2500 BC. The list of UNESCO’s list was included in the list of World Heritage Sites on and around the site. Stonehenge was prepared by a culture that did not leave any written records.
Many aspects of the Stonehenge are subject to debate. This plurality of theories, very colorful of them, is often called “the secret of the Stonehenge”.