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In pictures: New Unesco World Heritage Sites
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6 July 2019
On 6 July 2019 BBC News reported:
Every year, natural and cultural landmarks from around the world are singled out for their 'outstanding universal value' to humanity. Unesco's World Heritage Committee has been meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan to decide which sites deserve special status and protection. The 43rd session meets until Wednesday 10 July, but here are some additions made to their list so far.
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