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World Heritage Sites news

The Great Spa Towns of Europe, one of UNESCO's newest World Heritage Sites, has launched an association to deliver the future management and protection of ... More
Scotland's UNESCO World Heritage Sites are being brought together through the world’s first ever UNESCO digital trail. The trail connects the country’s 13 place-based UNESCO ... More
Hyatt Hotels has revealed plans to unveil a luxury Carribean resort in St. Lucia, scheduled to open in 2023. The company announced that a Hyatt ... More
The architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, the ruins of Babylon, a migratory bird sanctuary on the coast of the Yellow Sea, and a Prosecco wine ... More
Many iconic glaciers at World Heritage Sites across the planet could disappear by the end of the century, according to a new report that analyses ... More
The US and Israeli governments have now officially withdrawn their respective countries’ memberships from Unesco, following notices to withdraw being handed in by the two ... More
A three-day workshop has taken place in the Malaysian city of George Town to tackle the pressures facing museums in the city and those in ... More
The latest Attractions Management News Flash Video is now live! In this broadcast, Unesco adds 19 new world heritage sites, Disney creates robot stunt doubles ... More
VisitEngland has named 11 regional tourism projects which will each receive up to £250,000 of funding from the Discover England Fund. The initiatives to receive ... More
Germany's Naumberg Cathedral, the Caliphate City of Medina Azahara in Spain and the Sansa Buddhist Mountain Monasteries of Korea are among the 18 new additions ... More
CyArk – the non-profit foundation dedicated to digitally capturing and preserving cultural heritage sites around the world – has teamed with Google's Arts and Culture ... More
Unesco has sent out a message on Earth Day 2018, calling for an end to plastic pollution at World Heritage sites. Research suggests that rubbish ... More
Les Mills
Les Mills
Mechtild Rössler, director of Unesco's World Heritage Centre, has said the youth population must be prepared to protect the world's heritage for future generations. Speaking ... More
Italy’s biggest bank will inject €5bn (€6.1bn, £4.4bn) into the country’s heritage and tourism sectors, following a landmark deal with the country’s culture ministry to ... More
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) has become the first global sports body to make a commitment to World Heritage, teaming with the World Wildlife Fund ... More
Unesco has committed to improving tourism management at World Heritage sites by announcing the development of a new tool for sustainability issues. An expert panel ... More
Hadrian’s Wall is teaming up with its much larger counterpart, The Great Wall of China, to encourage tourism and increase cultural understanding of the World ... More
The Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA) and Emirates Heritage Club have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop Abu dhabi as a ... More
Saudi Arabia’s government has allocated SAR9.9bn (US$2.64bn, €2.29bn, £2.02bn) to develop and rebuild the country’s tourism projects in its attempt to turn it into a ... More
Italy’s government is giving away more than 100 historic buildings for free on the understanding that any prospective owners must turn their site into a ... More
Antoni Gaudí was the creator of Barcelona’s most famous and significant buildings and parks, including Sagrada Familia and the Palau Güell. Now, final preparations are ... More
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has said that close to half of the world’s natural heritage sites are being “plagued” by wildlife criminals. According to ... More
The United Nations Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution designed to deter wilful destruction and looting of cultural heritage sites – potentially making such ... More
Park Hyatt will follow Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton and Luxury Collection in opening a high-end hotel in the ancient Japanese capital Kyoto. Construction and architecture firm ... More
Unesco has held its first international conference on World Heritage sites and museums, with the inaugural event in Paris, France, exploring how to help people ... More
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