Top 100 UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritage - P2.Great Barrier Reef, Australia.


(Wcsa.world) This natural display of marine wildlife is one of Australia’s best known attractions. The Great Barrier Reef is over 2,300 kilometres in length and includes 900 islands.

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    Top 100 UNESCO World’s Cultural Heriatges - P1. The Taj Mahal.


    (wcsa.world) An immense mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648 by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, the Taj Mahal is the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage.

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    Top 100 UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritages - P8.St Petersburg, Russia.


    (Wcsa.world) One of the world's most beautiful cities, St. Petersburg has all the ingredients for an unforgettable travel experience: high art, lavish architecture, wild nightlife, an extraordinary history and rich cultural traditions that have inspired and nurtured some of the modern world's greatest literature, music, and visual art.

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    Top 50 Most Unique Collection - P2.Toaster.


    (Wcsa.world) A German whose "love affair" with toasters led him to having one of the largest collections in the world has created an online museum.

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    Top 50 The Most Unique Collection - P1.Soap Bars' Collection


    (Wcsa.world) Carol Vaughn, 65, from Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham who has over the years collected over 5000 bars of soap.

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    Top 100 UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritages - P7.Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic.


    (Wcsaw.world) This quaint little village is top on many travellers’ lists when passing through Czech Republic on a larger European tour. Of course one look at the photos will tell you why. Cesky Krumlov is also home to bears inside the castle, friendly locals and is a great meeting point to encounter travellers from all around the world – everyone, it seems, passes through here nowadays!

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    Top 100 UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritages - P6.Angkor Wat, Cambodia.


    (Wcsa.world) Cambodia’s Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world. However what is interesting about it is that despite now being a Buddhist temple, it was once a Hindu place of worship. This particular UNESCO World Heritage Site offers travellers a great insight into the evolutionary aspect of travel and how time can change things in both simple and dramatic ways.

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    Top 100 UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritages - P5.Petra, Jordan.


    (Wcsa.world) Petra, the “lost city” has long been a travellers’ favourite when visiting the Middle East. Petra is half-built and half carved into the rock where it stands, making it both fascinating visually in the present day as it is historically.

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    Top 100 UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritages - P4.Easter Island, Chile.


    (Wcsa.world) Easter Island has long been an area of interest for historians and archeologists aiming to uncover the mystery of this small island in Polynesian waters.

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    Top 100 UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritage - P3.Grand Canyon.


    (Wcsa.world) The Grand Canyon is a river valley in the Colorado Plateau that exposes uplifted Proterozoic and Paleozoic strata, and is also one of the six distinct physiographic sections of the Colorado Plateau province.

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