World Heritage Sites

WORLD HERITAGE SITES are areas of unique cultural and natural importance designated for protection by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Since the program was launched in 1972, the World Heritage Convention has protected 690 sites around the world. Countries signing the convention agree to protect their own sites and to contribute to the World Heritage Fund to preserve sites internationally. BC has 4 World Heritage Sites: TATSHENSHINIALSEK...

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