You sent us so many great pictures of UNESCO World Heritage Sites - a total number of 4,000 to be exact. Here is our last edition of the ones we liked best, including our winner.
A World Heritage Site since 1983, photo by Sandra from Colombia
A World Heritage Site since 2011, photo by Jorge Eduardo from Colombia
A World Heritage Site since 1994, photo by Andreas from China
A World Heritage Site since 1997, photo by Xynna from Great Britain
A World Heritage Site since 2002, photo by Paulo Henrique from Hungary
A World Heritage Site since 1999, photo by Mária from Hungary
A World Heritage Site since 1987, photo by Ragnhild from Norway
A World Heritage Site since 1983, photo by Maria Cecilia from Colombia
A World Heritage Site since 2013, photo by Vanarat from Thailand
A World Heritage Site since 2012, photo by Sybille from Indonesia
With this picture Joel from Mexico just managed to beat the competition. The Chichén Itzá ruin is located on the Mexican peninsula of Yucatán and has been a World Heritage Site since 1988.
The Viking sites Haithabu and Danevirke in northern Germany are part of the world heritage of mankind. This was decided by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee at its meeting in Bahrain.
Cultural landscapes, natural and urban areas: Germany's UNESCO World Heritage is diverse. What do you know about it? Test your knowledge!
The 13th century cathedral in the eastern state of Saxony-Anhalt is known for its Romanesque and Gothic architecture. It is the second German site to win a World Heritage designation in as many days.
A thousand years ago, the "wild hordes from the north" terrified the entire European continent. Now the Vikings might be awarded a UNESCO title for Germany, without even using an ax or sword!
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