Articles tagged with: the UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Mount Emei(峨眉山 in Chinese) locates at Sichuan province of Western China. It’s one of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China, And was nominated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.
I almost forgot all the details about my Mount Emei tour many years ago. But when my father gave me this cup of green tea, I recognized it at once: It’s “ZhuYeQing” (竹叶青 in Chinese)!
Golden Pavilion Temple(Kinkaku-ji) is the informal name of Deer Garden Temple(Rokuon-ji), As the important part of the old Kyoto city, It’s designated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
It was not a fine day when I visited Golden Pavilion Temple, And it’s still not the right red leaves season, But it still looks so beautiful.
I don’t like any kind of hospital. But I strongly suggest you visit Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (Hospital Sant Pau in short) when you travel to Barcelona.
It’s the oldest hospital in Spain. And the only hospital in this world which was declared as World Heritage by UNESCO for its singular architectural and artistic beauty.
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This Sunday, Three new sites were added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list, including a former slave hideout in Mauritius, the Nabataean archaeological site in Saudi Arabia, and China’s Fujian Tulou earthen houses.
So update to July 6, 2008, there are 854 sites in more than 140 countries in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list now.
Here is the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in China.
AT called me yesterday. he invited me to write a 6-pages article about a town of France for Magazine, A famous magazine focus on elite gentleman in mainland China.
“You can begin with the town you like most. Which town you like most? Avignon? “he asked.
No, It’s Amiens, Absolutely.