In 2017, this over-5000-year-old city in Iran was declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. DW globetrotter Steve Hänisch had a look around.
The opening ceremony of the 41st session of the World Heritage Committee took place on 2 July at the Royal Palace of Wawel in Krakow, Poland. 34 sites are nominated for inscription on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
In the Swabian Jura region in southern Germany, there are six caves in which the oldest figurative artworks made by humans were discovered. This year they could be given UNESCO World Heritage status.
DW viewer Kamil Piechowiak shows us highlights of his trip to Morocco. He plunges into the colorful bustle of the bazaars, enjoys the vast silence of the desert and visits palaces right out of Arabian Nights.
The medieval medina in Fez, Morocco, is the largest in North Africa. In 1981, it was named a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site.
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