The most World Heritage sites in the world


Italy has a total of 51 World Heritage sites, the most of any country in the world. While many of them are quite famous—such as the historic centers of Rome, Florence, and Venice—many others are far less known and receive far fewer tourists. This photo essay illustrates the beauty of Italy's lesser-known landscapes and architecture.

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Italy's Less Known UNESCO World Heritage Sites

By Juyoung Seo

National Geographic

November 14, 2016

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