List of World Heritage of UNESCO in Europe


Below is a full list of UNESCO’s world heritages in the continent of Europe. For all European countries, please refer to Countryaah.

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Albania

  • Ruinstaden Butrinti (1992, 1999, 2007)
  • Gjirokastër Museum City (2005, 2008)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Germany, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)
  • Ohrid region (together with Northern Macedonia, 2019)

Austria

  • Old City of Salzburg (1996)
  • Palace and Park of Schönbrunn (1996)
  • The cultural landscape Hallstatt – Dachstein -Salzkammergut with the remains of the Hallstatt Culture (1997)
  • Semmering Railway (1998)
  • The city of Graz historic center (1999, 2010)
  • The cultural landscape of the Wachau (2000)
  • The city of Vienna’s historic center (2001)
  • The cultural landscape at Lake Neusiedler (together with Hungary) (2001)
  • Prehistoric pile buildings in 111 smaller settlements in or around the Alps (together with France, Italy, Switzerland, Slovenia and Germany) (2011)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Germany and Ukraine) (2011, 2017)

Belarus

  • Białowieżas forest (together with Poland, 1979, 1992, 2014)
  • Castle Mir (2000)
  • Five measurement points in Struve’s meridian arch (2005)

Vatican City

  • Rome’s historic center, the Vatican City property in Rome and the Basilica of San Paolo fuori le mura (together with Italy) (1980, 1990)
  • Vatican City (1984)

Hungary

  • Danube beaches and Budapest castle area (1987, 2002)
  • The village of Hollokö (1987)
  • Aggtelek’s and Slovakia’s karst caves (together with Slovakia) (1995, 2000, 2008)
  • Benedictine monastery Pannonhalma and its surroundings (1996)
  • The cultural landscape in Hortobágy (1999)
  • Pécs old Christian cemetery (2000)
  • The cultural landscape of the Neusiedler Lake (together with Austria) (2001)
  • The cultural landscape of the Tokaj – Hegyalja wine region (2002)

Ukraine

  • Sophia Cathedral and the Kiev Pechersk Lavra in Kyiv (1990, 2005)
  • The city of Lviv’s historic center (1998, 2008)
  • Four measurement points in the Struve Geodetic Arc (2005)
  • Bokurskogar in Europe (along with Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Germany and Austria) (2011, 2017)
  • Building complex in the city of Chernivtsi in western Ukraine. It was erected in 1864–82 and includes church, monastery and residence for church leaders (2011)
  • The ruins of Chersones in southwestern Crimea. The World Heritage includes a total of six archaeological sites (2013)
  • Wooden churches (Tserkvas) in the Carpathians, built during the 16th-18th centuries. The World Heritage, which includes 16 churches, is shared with Poland (2013)

Germany

  • Cathedral of Aachen (1978)
  • Cathedral of Speyer (1981)
  • Castle in Würzburg with park and square (1981)
  • Pilgrimage Church in Wies (1983)
  • Palace of Augustusburg and Falkenlust in Brühl (1984)
  • Cathedral and St. Michael’s Church in Hildesheim (1985, 2008)
  • Roman remains, the cathedral and the Liebfrau Church in Trier (1986)
  • Hanseatic city of Lübeck (1987)
  • The Roman border’s northern border with remains of walls, castles, settlements and more (together with Britain, 1987, 2005, 2008)
  • Palaces and parks in Potsdam and Berlin(1990, 1992, 1999)
  • Monastery and church in Lorsch (1991)
  • The Rammelsberg mines, the city of Goslar and the water supply system from Harz (1992, 2008, 2010)
  • The city of Bamberg (1993)
  • The monastery in Maulbronn (1993)
  • Church, castle and the old town in Quedlinburg (1994)
  • Völklingens ironworks (1994)
  • Fossil debris in the Messel mine (1995)
  • Bauhaus school in Dessau and Bauhaus buildings in Weimar and Bernau (1996)
  • Kölnerdomen (1996, 2008)
  • Lutherminnmark in Eisleben and Wittenberg(The Melanchthon House in Wittenberg, Luther’s Birth House and the House in which he died, both in Eisleben, Luther’s Room, the Parish Church and the Castle Church in Wittenberg) (1996)
  • Classic Weimar (1998)
  • Museum Island, Berlin (1999)
  • Wartburg Castle in Eisenach (1999)
  • Klosterön Reichenau (1999) 2000)
  • Landscape park in Wörlitz (2000)
  • Zollverein coal mines and industrial landscape in Essen (2001)
  • Central Rhine valley (2002)
  • Stralsund and Wismar historical center (2002)
  • Muskauer park on the river Neisse (together with Poland, 2004)
  • Bremen City Hall (2004)
  • Regensburg’s historic center (2006)
  • Berlin’s modernist residential area (2008)
  • The Wadden Sea, tidal-influenced coast (together with the Netherlands and Denmark, 2009, 2014)
  • Fagusverken in Alfeld, Lower Saxony. Building designed by architect Walter Gropius (2011)
  • Prehistoric pile buildings in 111 smaller settlements in or around the Alps (together with France, Italy, Switzerland, Slovenia and Austria (2011)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)
  • Bavarian city of Bayreuthsoldest opera house, built 1745–50 in typical Baroque style (2012)
  • Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe in Kassel, a Baroque-style plant on sloping ground and with a complex system of canals and cascades (2013)
  • Benedictine Monastery Corvey near Höxter (2014)
  • Speicherstadt and surrounding area with warehouses, including the Chilehaus, in Hamburg’s harbor area (2015)
  • One of 17 architectural works by Le Corbusier (2016)
  • Six caves in southern Germany with 33,000-43,000 year old ancient remains (2017)
  • The ancient remains at Hedeby, which was a significant trading place from the 7th century to the middle of the 11th century, and the 33 km long defense rampart Dannevirke. The World Heritage Site is located in northwestern Germany, in the border region with Denmark (2018)
  • Cathedral of the city of Naumburg (2018)
  • Erzgebirge mining region on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic (together with the Czech Republic, 2019)
  • Augsburg’s medieval water system (2019)

Czech Republic

  • Prague Historical Center (1992)
  • Old Town of Český Krumlov (1992)
  • Old Town of Telč (1992)
  • Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk in Zelená Hora (1994)
  • Old Town of Kutná Hora (1995)
  • Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (1996)
  • Village of Holasovice (1998)
  • The castle and park at Kroměříž (1998)
  • The castle in Litomyšl (1999)
  • The Trinity player in Olomouc (2000)
  • The Tugendhat villa in Brno (2001)
  • Třebíč’s Jewish quarter and the Saint Procope basilica (2003)
  • Erzgebirge mining region on the border between the Czech Republic and Germany Germany, 2019)
  • The stud in rugby, central Czech Republic (2019)

Sweden

  • Drottningholm Castle area (1991)
  • Tampere and Hovgarden (1993)
  • Engelsberg (1993)
  • Tanums rockcarving area (1994)
  • Skogskyrkogården in Stockholm (1994)
  • His City Visby (1995)
  • Gammelstads kyrkstad in Lulea (1996)
  • Lapland World (LAPONIA) (1996)
  • The Naval Karlskrona (1998)
  • High coast and the Kvarken archipelago (together with Finland) (2000, 2006)
  • Southern Öland’s cultivation landscape (2000)
  • Falu mine (2001)
  • Grimeton’s transmitter station (2004)
  • Four measuring points inStruve’s meridian arch (Tynnyrilaki mountains, Jupukka, Pullinki and Perävaara) (2005)
  • Hälsingegårdarna, represented by seven farms (2012)

United Kingdom

  • Giant’s Causeway with Surrounding Coast (1986)
  • Saint Kilda Islands (1986)
  • Durham Castle and Cathedral (1986, 2008)
  • Ironbridge with Industrial History (1986)
  • Studley Royal Park with Fountains Abbey Abbey (1986)
  • Stonehenge, Avebury with several megaliths (1986), 2008)
  • Castles and city walls in Gwynedd (1986)
  • The northern border of the Roman Empire including Hadrian’s Wall, castle, settlements and more (along with Germany, 1987, 2005, 2008)
  • Blenheim Palace (1987)
  • City of Bath (1987)
  • Westminster Palace, Westminster Abbey and Saint Margaret’s Church in London (1987, 2008)
  • Henderson Island (1988)
  • London Tower (1988)
  • Cathedral, Saint Augustine Abbey and Canterbury Saint Martin Church (1988)
  • The South Atlantic Islands Inaccessible and Gough Island (1995, 2004)
  • Old and New Town of Edinburgh (1995)
  • Greenwich (1997)
  • Neolithic Monuments of the Orkney Islands (1999)
  • Old Town of Saint George in Bermuda (2000)
  • Blaenavon’s Industrial Landscape (2000)
  • The Coast of Dorsetand East Devon (2001)
  • New Lanark (2001)
  • The old industrial landscape of the Derwent River valley (2001)
  • Saltaire industrial site (2001)
  • Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew (2003)
  • Liverpool’s historic center and port area (2004)
  • Cornwall and West Devon mining landscape (2006)
  • Pontcysyllte canal and aqueduct in north-east Wales (2009)
  • Forth bridge, a railway bridge over the Firth of Forth in south-east Scotland (2015)
  • Gorham’s cave system with remains from Neanderthal culture on eastern Gibraltar (2016)
  • The nature and cultural landscape of the Lake District (2017)
  • Jodrell Banks Observatory in North West England (2019)

Spain

  • Old Town of Córdoba (1984, 1994)
  • Alhambra, Generalife and Albaicín in Granada (1984, 1994)
  • Burgos Cathedral (1984)
  • Escorial and Palace Area Escorial in Madrid (1984)
  • Seven buildings, designed by architect Antonio Gaudí, in or near Barcelona (1984, 2005)
  • Altamira cave, with Paleolithic cave art of northern Spain (1985, 2008)
  • old town of Segovia and its aqueduct (1985)
  • Historical buildings in Oviedo and churches from the Asturian kingdom (1985, 1988)
  • pilgrimage town Santiago de Compostela (1985)
  • Old Town of Ávila and surrounding churches (1985, 2007)
  • Garajonay National Park (1986)
  • Mudéjar architecture in the Aragon region (1986, 2001)
  • City of Toledo (1986)
  • Old town of Cáceres (1986)
  • Cathedral, Alczar and Archivo de Indias in Seville (1987)
  • Old Town of Salamanca (1988)
  • Poblet Monastery (1991)
  • Mérida’s Abandoned Area (1993)
  • Royal Monastery of Guadalupe de Cáceres (1993)
  • Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela (1993)
  • DoñanaNational Park (1994, 2005)
  • Historic walled city of Cuenca (1996)
  • La Lonja de la Seda (silk exchange) in Valencia (1996)
  • Las Médulas (remains after Roman gold mining, 100 century AD) (1997)
  • Palau de la Música Catalana and Sant Pau Hospital in Barcelona (1997, 2008)
  • The Monastery of San Millán and Suso (1997)
  • The mountain landscape of Mont Perdu in the Pyrenees (together with France) (1997, 1999)
  • Rock carvings in the Côa Valley and Siega Verde (together with Portugal) (1998, 2010)
  • University with surroundings in Alcalá de Henares (1998)
  • City of San Cristóbal de la Laguna, Canary Islands (1999)
  • Ibiza, biodiversity in sea and land and historical urban environment (1999)
  • Archaeological remains from Tárraco (present Tarragona) (2000)
  • The Palm Gardens of Elche (2000)
  • The archaeological finds in Atapuerca (2000)
  • The walls of Lugo (2000)
  • The churches of Vall de Boí (2000)
  • Aranjuez cultural landscape (2001)
  • The cities of Úbeda and Baeza Renaissance buildings (2003)
  • Vizcaya bridge west of Bilbao (2006)
  • Teide national park, Tenerife, with the stratovolcano Pico de Teide (2007)
  • Hercules tower, landmark and lighthouse at the port entrance to La Coruña (2009)
  • Cultural landscape of the Tramuntana mountain range on Mallorca’s northwest coast, with terracing, stone walls and water supply systems (2011)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Germany, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)
  • mercury heritage with geographically far apart mercury mining in the Spanish Almaden and Slovenian Idrija, where mercury mining began in antiquity and 1490’s (along with Spain) (2012)
  • megalithic tombs and mountain formations near Antequera in the middle of Andalusia (2016)
  • Ancient ruins of Medina Azahara, 5 km west of Cordoba (2018)
  • Settlement Risco Caido and Sacred Mountains of Gran Canaria (2019)

Slovenia

  • Škocjan Caves (1986)
  • Prehistoric pile buildings in smaller settlements in or around the Alps (together with France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Austria, 2011)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Germany, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)
  • Mercury’s World Heritage Site with geographically far-separated mercury mines in Spanish Almadén and Slovenian Idrija, where mercury mining began during antiquity and 1490’s respectively (together with Spain) (2012)

Slovakia

  • Traditional buildings in Vlkolinec (1993)
  • The city of Banská Štiavnica (1993)
  • The town Levoca’s historical center and the castle Spišský Hrad (1993, 2009)
  • Aggteleks and Slovak karst caves (along with Hungary, 1995, 2000, 2008)
  • Medieval town Bardejov (2000)
  • Bokurskogar in Carpathians and ancient beech forests in Germany (together with Ukraine and Germany, 2007, 2011)
  • Eight architecturally interesting wooden churches in the Carpathians (2008)

Serbia

  • Residential environment in the town of Stari Ras with the Sopocani Monastery (1979)
  • The Monastery of Studenica (1986)
  • The Monastery of Dečani with surrounding buildings (2004, 2006)
  • Gamzigrad – Romuliana, Roman Palace and Fortification (2007)
  • A number of medieval tombstones, named Stećci (together with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro, 2016)

Switzerland

  • The Monastery of St. Gallen (1983)
  • The Benedictine Monastery of Müstair (1983)
  • The Old Town of Bern (1983)
  • Three Castles in the City of Bellinzona (2000)
  • Jungfrau –Alrtsch – Bietschhorn Alpine Landscape (2001, 2007)
  • The Monte San Giorgio Mountain Area (together with Italy, 2003) 2010)
  • Lavaux, vineyard terraces outside Lausanne (2007)
  • The Sardona mountain area with seven mountain peaks over 3,000 m (2008)
  • Two historic railway lines, the Albula and Bernina tracks, in the Rhetic Alps (together with Italy, 2008)
  • La Chaux-de-Fons, industrial and trading town that is strongly characterized by the watchmaking industry (2009)
  • Prehistoric pile buildings in 111 smaller settlements in or around the Alps (together with France, Italy, Slovenia, Germany and Austria, 2011)
  • Two of 17 architectural works by Le Corbusier (2016)

San Marino

  • City of San Marino Historical Center and Titan Mountain (2006)

Romania

  • Danube Delta (1991)
  • Cities Biertan Câlnic, Valea Viilor, Saschiz, Dârjiu, Viscri, Prejmer with medieval fortified churches in southern Transylvania (1993, 1999)
  • Hureziklostret (1993)
  • Moldavian monastery churches with Byzantine frescoes (1993, 2010)
  • The city of Sighisoara historic center (1999)
  • The wooden churches in Maramureș (1999)
  • The dakic defense facilities in the Orastie Mountains (1999)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Germany, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)

Portugal

  • Central parts of Angra do Heroísmo (1983)
  • Hieronymus Monastery and Belém Tower in Lisbon (1983, 2008)
  • Battalion Monastery (1983)
  • The Monastery of Tomar (1983)
  • Old Town of Evora (1986)
  • Alcobaça Monastery (1986)
  • Cultural Landscape in Sintra (1995)
  • The historic center of Porto (1996)
  • Rock carvings in the Côa Valley and Siega Verde (together with Spain) (1998, 2010)
  • The bearing forests of Madeira (1999)
  • The historic center of the city of Guimarãe (2001)
  • The wine region of Alto Douro (2001)
  • The winery landscape on the island of Pico in the Azores (2004)
  • The border town of Elva’s fortifications, which began to be built in the 1300’s (2012)
  • University of Coimbra in central Portugal. The World Heritage site includes the Santa Cruz Cathedral from the 1100’s and the university buildings from the 16th century (2013)
  • The Mafra monastery just northwest of Lisbon (2019)
  • The Bom Jesus do Monte monastery at the city of Braga in northern Portugal (2019)

Poland

  • Old Town of Kraków (1978)
  • The Salt Mines of Wieliczka (1978, 2008, 2013)
  • Auschwitz- Birkenau Concentration and Extermination Camp (1979)
  • Białowieża Forest with Rich Wildlife (together with Belarus, 1979, 1992, 2014)
  • Old Town of Warsaw (1980)
  • Old the city of Zamość (1992)
  • The medieval city of Toruń (1997)
  • German citizen’s castle in Malbork (1997) Kalwaria Zebrzydowska Pilgrimage Park (1999)
  • Jawor and Świdnica Peace Churches (2001)
  • Southern Little Poland’s wooden churches (2003)
  • The Muzakowski (Muskauer) park on the Neisse river (together with Germany, 2004)
  • Hala Ludowa in Wrocław (2006)
  • Wooden churches (Tserkvas) in the Carpathians, built during the 16th-18th centuries. The World Heritage, which includes 16 churches, is shared with Ukraine (2013)
  • The mining environments of the city of Tarnowskie Góry in southern Poland (2017)
  • Krzemionkir region flint mines in south-eastern Poland (2019)

Northern Macedonia

  • The Ohrid region (together with Albania 1979, 1980, 2019)

Norway

  • Urnes Stave Church (1979)
  • Bryggen, Bergen district (1979)
  • Røros mountain town with surroundings (1980, 2010) Altar carvings (1985)
  • The cultural landscape on the island of Vega and surrounding islands (2004)
  • Norway’s western fjords – Geirangerfjorden and Nærøyfjorden (2005)
  • Four measuring points in Struves meridian arch (measuring points are available in nine other countries) (2005)
  • The industrial landscape around Rjukan and Notodden and the transport route between these cities (2015)

Netherlands

  • Schoklands protection area (1995)
  • Defense facility around Amsterdam (1996)
  • windmills, pumping stations, etc. in the Kinderdijk-Elshout area (1997)
  • The historic areas of Willemstad to the city center and harbor, the Netherlands Antilles (1997)
  • DF Wouda ångpumpstation (Friesland) (1998)
  • The undrained the area at Beemster (1999)
  • Rietveld Schröder house in Utrecht (2000)
  • The Wadden Sea (together with Germany and Denmark, 2009, 2014)
  • Canal system built in the late 16th century and the beginning of the 17th century in Amsterdam (2010)
  • The Van Nelle factory in Rotterdam. The factory was built in 1926-30 and became a role model for modernist industrial architecture (2014)

Montenegro

  • Kotor area including the city of Kotor (1979)
  • Durmitor National Park (1980, 2005)
  • A number of medieval tombstones, named stećci (together with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia) (2016)
  • Venetian defense facilities (together with Italy and Croatia) (2017)

Malta

  • Safal Saflieni, hypogeum (1980)
  • City of Valletta (1980)
  • Megalith temples (1980, 1992)

Luxembourg

  • The old parts and fortifications of the city of Luxembourg (1994)

Lithuania

  • Vilnius historical center (1994)
  • Kernave’s ancient area (2004)
  • Three measuring points in Struve’s meridian arch (2005)

Latvia

  • Riga’s historical center (1997)
  • Two measurement points in Struve’s meridian arch (2005)

Croatia

  • Plitvice Lakes National Park (1979, 2000)
  • Old Town of Dubrovnik (1979, 1994)
  • Split’s historic center with Diocletian’s palace (1979)
  • The Church building complexes in Poreč (1997)
  • Historic town of Trogir (1997)
  • Sveti Jakov Cathedral in Šibenik (2000)
  • Stari Grad – the well-preserved cultural landscape (2008)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Germany, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)
  • A number of medieval tombstones, called stećci (together with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia, 2016)
  • Venetian defense facilities (together with Italy and Montenegro) (2017)

Italy

  • Rock carvings in Val Camonica (1979)
  • The Church and Dominican Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, with Leonardo da Vinci’s “Communion” (1980)
  • Rome’s historic center, the Vatican’s property in Rome and the Basilica of San Paolo fuori le mura (together with the Vatican City, 1980,1990)
  • Florence Historical Center (1982)
  • Venice and its Lagoon (1987)
  • Piazza del Duomo in Pisa (1987, 2007)
  • Old Town of San Gimignano (1990)
  • Sassi di Matera (1993)
  • Vicenza, City of Palladio (1994, 1996)
  • Old Town of Siena (1995)
  • Old Town in Naples (1995)
  • Industrial Area Cresp d’Adda (1995)
  • Ferrara’s Old Town (1995, 1999)
  • Castel del Monte (1996)
  • Limestone Houses (trulli) in Alberobello (1996)
  • The Early Christian Buildings in Ravenna (1996)
  • Old Town in Pienza (1996)
  • 18th century plant in Caserta with royal palace, park, Vanvitelli aqueduct and San Leucio complex (1997)
  • Group of residences and castles built by Emmanuel-Philibert, Duke of Savoy (16th century) (1997)
  • Botanical garden in Padua (1997)
  • The Cathedral and Piazza Grande in Modena(1997)
  • The ancient sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata (1997)
  • Villa Romana del Casale (1997)
  • Su Nuraxi di Barumini, Sardinia, Bronze Age defense facility (1997)
  • The cultural landscape of Liguria from Portovenere and Cinque terre and the islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto (1997)
  • Costiera Amalfitana, the cultural landscape of the Amalfi Coast (1997)
  • The ancient area of Agrigento (city created by the Greeks) (1997)
  • The ancient area and the basilica of the Patriarchate of Aquileia (1998)
  • The cultural landscape of Cilento, Vallo di Diano national park and the ancient sitesPaestum and Velia and the Carthusian Monastery in Padula (1998)
  • Old City of Urbino (1998)
  • Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli (1999)
  • Aeolian Islands (2000)
  • Double Church of San Francesco in Assisi (2000)
  • The city of Verona’s historic center (2000)
  • Villa d’Este in Tivoli (2001)
  • The eight Baroque cities of Notodalen (2002)
  • The Sacred Mountains of Piedmont and Lombardy (2003)
  • The Monte San Giorgio mountain area ((together with Switzerland) (2003, 2010)
  • Orciadalen landscape (2004)
  • The Etruscan burial sites Banditaccia (near Cerveteri) and Monterozzi (at Tarquinia) (2004)
  • The old Syracuse and the rock tombs in Pantalica (2005)
  • Via Garibaldi with its many stately Renaissance palaces in Genoa’s historic center (2006)
  • The Renaissance cities of Mantua and Sabbion (2008)
  • Two historic railway lines, the Albula and Bernina railway, in the Rhetic Alps (together with Switzerland, 2008)
  • The Dolomites (2009)
  • Buildings, i.a. fortifications, churches and monasteries, erected by the Langoards 568–774 AD in seven locations in the country (2011)
  • Prehistoric pile buildings in 111 smaller settlement areas in or around the Alps (together with France, Switzerland, Slovenia, Germany and Austria) (2011)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Germany, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)
  • Etna, the world’s most active stratovolcano, located in eastern Sicily (2013)
  • The wine landscape between the Po River and the Ligurian Appenines in Piedmont (2014)
  • Nine construction works in northern Sicily, erected under Norman Sicily 1130-94 (2015)
  • Venetian defense facilities (together with Croatia and Montenegro) (2017)
  • Industrial environments built around the company Olivetti in the city of Ivrea (2018)
  • Wine region in northeastern Italy where it is produced Prosecco (2019)

Iceland

  • Thingvellir National Park (2004)
  • The island of Surtsey formed by volcanic eruption 1963-67 (2008)
  • Vatnajökull national couple (2019)

Greece

  • The Apollo Temple in Bassai (1986)
  • Delphi’s Archipelago (1987)
  • Acropolis of Athens (1987)
  • The Byzantine Monuments of Thessaloniki (1988)
  • Epidauro’s Archipelago (1988)
  • Medieval City of Rhodes (1988)
  • Mount Athos (1988)
  • Meteora (1988)
  • Mistra (1989))
  • Olympia’s Archaeological Area (1989)
  • Delos Archaeological Site (1990)
  • The Monasteries of Dafni, Hosios Loukas and Nea Moni at Chios (1990)
  • Pithagorio and Heraion at Samos (1992)
  • Archaeological site Vergina (Kingdom of Macedonia’s first capital) (1996)
  • Mycenae and Tiryn’s (1999)
  • St. John’s Monastery and Apocalypse Cave on Patmos Island (1999)
  • Old town in Corfu’s capital Kerkira (2007)
  • Archaeological remains of the walled city of Filippi in northeastern Greece (2016)

France

  • Mont-Saint-Michel and its Bay (1979, 2007)
  • The Cathedral of Chartres (1979)
  • The Palace Building in Versailles (1979, 2007)
  • The Church and the Hill in Vézelay (1979, 2007)
  • The Cave Paintings in the Vézèred Valley (1979)
  • The Castle Plant in Fontainebleau (1981)
  • The Cathedral in Amiens (1981)
  • Theater with surroundings and the Arc de Triomphe in Orange (1981, 2007)
  • Roman and Romanesque monuments in Arles (1981)
  • Cistercian Monastery in Fontenay (1981, 2007)
  • Salt works in Salins-les-Bains and Arc-et-Senans (1982, 2009)
  • Cape Girolata, Cape Porto and Scandola Nature Reserves in Corsica (1983)
  • Stanislas, Careers and Alliance Square in Nancy (1983)
  • Saint-Savin Church on the Gartemp River in Poitou (1983, 2007)
  • Aqueduct Pont du Gard (1985, 2007)
  • City of Strasbourg (1988), 2017)
  • Buildings along Seine’s beaches in Paris (1991)
  • Cathedral, Saint-Remi Monastery and Taupe Palace in Reims (1991)
  • Cathedral of Bourges (1992)
  • Old Town of Avignon (1995)
  • Canal du Midi (1996)
  • The mountain landscape of Mont Perdu inThe Pyrenees (together with Spain) (1997, 1999)
  • The old city of Carcassonne (1997)
  • The old city of Lyon (1998)
  • French part of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela (1998)
  • The cultural landscape of Saint-Émilion (1999)
  • The bell tower (55) Flanders and Wallonia (1999, expanded in 2005, shared with Belgium)
  • Loire Valley between Sully-sur-Loire and Chalonnes (2000)
  • the city of Provins (2001)
  • Le Havre by Auguste Perret reconstructed center (2005)
  • the city of Bordeaux’s historic center (2007)
  • Vauban fortifications at twelve sites along France’s borders (2008)
  • Lagoon with coral reefs in New Caledonia (2008)
  • City of Albi, with 1000-year ancestry as bishop’s seat (2010)
  • Volcanic landscape with high mountains (Piton des Neiges) on the island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean (2010)
  • The mountainous cultural landscape of Causses and the Covenants, including traditional livestock management (2011)
  • Prehistoric pile buildings in 111 smaller settlement areas in or around the Alps (together with Italy, Switzerland, Slovenia, Germany and Austria) (2011)
  • The region of Nord-Pas de Calais mining areas, which testifies the infrastructure that was built around coal mining during the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries (2012)
  • Cave paintings in the Chauvet Cave (2014)
  • Locations showing different stages of production of Champagne production in the Champagne district in northeastern France (2015)
  • Burgundy wine landscape in eastern France (2015)
  • Ten of 17 architectural works by Le Corbusier (2016)
  • Taputapuātea on the island of Ra’iatea in French Polynesia which has long been a political and religious center for the Maori population (2017)
  • Chaîne des Puys, a north-south mountain range with convulcans and explosion craters in the French Central Massif (2018)
  • A number of islands, for example the Tubuai Islands, with surrounding seas in the southern part of Indian Oceania (2019)

Finland

  • Old town of Rauma (1991)
  • Suomenlinna Fortress (1991)
  • Old Church Petäjävesi (1994)
  • paper and cardboard factory in Verla (1996)
  • Bronze Age burial ground Sammallahdenmaki (1999)
  • six points in the Struve Geodetic Arc (2005)
  • Kvarken archipelago, included in the High Coast and Kvarken (together with Sweden) (2006)

Estonia

  • The Old Town of Tallinn (1997, 2008)
  • Three measuring points in Struve’s meridian arch (2005)

Denmark

  • The tombs, runes and church in Jelling (1994)
  • Roskilde Cathedral (1995)
  • Kronborg Castle (2000)
  • Ilulissatfjord, Greenland (2004)
  • The Wadden Sea (together with the Netherlands and Germany, 2014)
  • Stevns Klint, a 15 km long fossil-rich coastal slope in southeastern Zealand (2014))
  • Christiansfeld in southern Jutland, which has a well-preserved settlement according to gentlemen’s ideals with straight lime-planted main streets and a park-like square as the center (2015)
  • The park and forest areas Store Dyreshave, Jægersborg Dyrehave with, among others, the royal hunting castle Eremitagen, Gribskov and Jægers. All located in Zealand (2015)
    Kujataa with southern Greenland Cultural landscape (2017)
  • The cultural landscape between the inland ice and the coastal landscape in the municipality of Qeqqata in western Greenland (2018)

Bulgaria

  • Boyana Church (1979)
  • Equestrian sculpture in Madara (1979)
  • Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak (1979)
  • Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo (1979)
  • Pirin National Park (1983, 2010)
  • Srebarna Nature Reserve (1983, 2008)
  • The town of Nesebar (1983)
  • Rila Monastery (1983)
  • the Thracian tomb in Svesjtari (1985)
  • Book clock forests in Europe (together with Albania, Belgium, Croatia, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Germany, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • The area around the old bridge (Stari Most) in Mostar (2005)
  • Mehmed Paša Sokolovic, 16th century bridge over the river Drina (2007)
  • A number of medieval tombstones, called stećci (together with Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia, 2016)

Belgium

  • Grand’Place in Brussels (1998)
  • Flemish Béguinages (religious ideal societies for women during the Middle Ages) (1998)
  • The four hydraulic lifts at the Canal du Center in La Louvière and Le Roeulx (1998)
  • The bell towers (55 pieces) in Flanders and Wallonia (1999, expanded 2005, shared with France)
  • The historical center of Bruges (2000)
  • City Hall in Brussels (2000)
  • Flint Mines in Spiennes (2000)
  • Gothic Cathedral Notre-Dame in Tournai (2000)
  • Plantin- Moretus Museum (with building and workshops) in Antwerp (2005)
  • Private Palace Palais Stoclet in Brussels (2009)
  • Bokurskogar in Europe (along with Albania, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Germany, Ukraine and Austria) (2011, 2017)
  • Walloon coal mining, with mining areas, industrial sites and urban areas characterized by kolgruveepoken (2012)
  • One of 17 architectural works by Le Corbusier (2016)

Andorra

  • Madriu – Parafita – Clarordalen (2004, 2006)

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