Bagan is an ancient city, which was the capital of Pagan Kingdom from the 9th to the 13th century.
10. Cultural Landscapes of Bali in Indonesia.
The volcanoes at the area offer these lands their fertile soil and makes it possible for rice and other crop cultivation. This is a cultural point that should be treated with respect and not be altered.
11. Lord Howe Island in Australia.
Most of this volcanic remnant is untouched forest, with plants and animals that can be found nowhere else in the world.
12. Park Guell in Barcelona, Spain.
This park was designed by Antoni Gaudi, whose pieces of art are everywhere around it. The aura of the artist’s work is highly noticeable, with the park offering free entrance.
As years go by, the need for sites like the above to be recognized as world heritages seems more and more urgent, since people don’t seem to understand their value and therefore contribute to their destruction.