Two new World Heritage sites for Germany

Lower Germanic lime as part of the borders of the ancient Roman Empire has also been designated a New World Heritage Site. The responsible committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) made surprising decisions on Tuesday at its meeting in Fuzhou, China.

After awarding the spas of Baden-Baden, Bad Ems, and Bad Kissingen with eight other European baths and the Matildenhoehe artists’ colony in Darmstadt for the weekend, Germany could decorate itself with four new World Heritage titles at the current meeting. Only cultural and natural sites of “outstanding universal value” have been designated as World Heritage.

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