World Heritage Sites (please identify)

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  1. LR-1996 Czech Telc C17.jpg

    Old town square (Zachariáš Square of Hradec) in Telc, Czech Republic
  2. Place du tertre Montmartre Paris
    Zeiss Ikonta 521 Tessar 3.5/75
  3. Ork342_web0.jpg
    Skara Brae neolithic village. Part of the 'Heart of Neolithic Orkney' World Heritage Site
  4. World Heritage registered in 1986, the historic city of Toledo condenses between its walls more than two millennia of history. From Roman municipality to seat of power of the emperor Carlos V, Visigoths, the emirs of Córdoba and Catholic kings in the midst of the Reconquest have settled here and all of them have left their mark on monuments influenced by the times in which Jews, Christians and Muslims lived together.
    0054a RíoTajo y Panorámica-Toledo-NAFS18-105VR.jpg Nikkor AF-S 18-105 DX (18)
  5. Ironbridge Gorge, Shropshire UK.
  6. Bill Snell

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    Te Wahipounamu (Fiordland, NZ) DSCF5662.jpg
  7. Dorset and Devon UK coastal cliffs that make up the Jurassic coast, an important site for fossils, this provides a continuous record of life on land and in the sea in the area since 185 million years. Cliffs Faces-web.jpg
  8. Machu Picchu, Peru
  9. Dolomites, Italy (the South Face of the Tofansa di Roces near Cortina d'Ampezzo) tofana.JPG
  10. . . Urbino is a walled city in the Marche region of Italy, a World Heritage Site, notable for a historical legacy of independent Renaissance culture. The town has a picturesque medieval aspect. The Palazzo Ducale (ca. 1450) dominates the city, The University of Urbino was founded in 1506.
    [​IMG]. . Urbino, Italy by Reinhold S., on Flickr. . Neg# ITTC 729. Mamiya M7, 150mm lens, YG filter, FP4 film. An early October evening, 2003
  11. Germany: Pilgrimage Church of Wies (Dominikus Zimmermann, 1745-1754)
    Epson R-D1, Canon 35/1,8 LTM (1960)
  12. The Citadel, Hue

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    Machu Picchu. Kodak HIE.
  14. thomas jefferson's Monticello home IMG_20160927_150015_718.jpg

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