World’s Heritage centers are those, which are selected by UNESCO itself. These Heritages are known for having the cultural, scientific and historical significances and still restores the beliefs. These places must already be a recognized and culture approved and also must be unique in some way, be it geographically or historically. These heritages are selected through a nomination process, where countries list out their historical and unusual places and put into the entries called Tentative List. After all the seats go through a procedure, the best amongst are UNESCO approved, like The high wall of China and Machu Picchu are the most famous heritages with the strong historical and archaeological background.
Listing down the other top eight heritages of the world:
Pyramids of Giza, Egypt;
How fascinating it gets when we watch a movie featuring a mummy and realizing there is a whole place with tombs with the number of mummies buried inside. It is believed, the great rulers when used to die, their bodies were preserved, and each pyramid is supposed to be a tomb. This idea of Egyptian tomb was established in 2560 BC according to Pharaoh Khufu, an Egyptian.
Taj Mahal, India;
Believed to signify true love, Taj Mahal also is a tomb, dedicated to the queen Mumtaz by King Shah Jahaan. Taj Mahal was constructed as a memorial as a giant charnel house with white marbles. Taj Mahal remains a treat to the eyes with the grace it still stands.
Chichen Itza, Mexico;
Chicken Itza is known to be a Columbian city in ancient times. It was built by Maya people of time from the classic period. Itza named under the influence of ‘enchanter of water.’ The city is an excellent example of diffusion of culture, the town being a pure form of representation from the times of Maya people looking through the generation of Non-Maya. The city was developed from 750 to 900 AD, and the final chart was submitted in 900AD.
Rapa Nui National Park, Easter Island;
Rapa Nui Is taken from Polynesia to refer to Easter Island. This UNESCO approved heritage is a part of the list since 1995. This national park is famous for 887 astonishing statues standing all posh and named as ‘moai.’ The park graces itself in the southeast part of the Pacific Ocean.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia;
Angkor was initially a Hindu temple, which was then converted into a Buddhist temple. This temple is known as the biggest temple in the world. Later turned in mausoleum was built by Khmer king Suryavarman 2 during the early 12th century. The temple is the heart of the country, and even appears on the flag of Cambodia.
Mont Saint Michel, France;
The heritage is located on the island Mont-Saint-Michel which is situated on the mouth Couesnon River. Sparsely populated, the island was reportedly has a population of not more than 75 but ironically is tourist place, with a footfall of more than a million people over a year.
Acropolis of Athens, Greece;
Acropolis is known to be the most renowned citadel of Athens, and it encompasses the residuals of ancient and most iconic buildings which have a great historical and architectural significance. Kylon controlled the heritage during the late 7th century BC.
Bagan City, Myanmar;
The city of temples. With over 10,000 Buddhist temples, this city as vibes like no other. Being the capital of Pagan kingdom in the 9th century, the territory became the first one to unite the regions which eventually became modern Myanmar.