#UN601-02 – 1992 World Heritage

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To ensure the conservation of mankind’s shared heritage, the “Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage” was adopted in 1972 by UNESCO.  The World Heritage Committee selects sites and monuments considered to be of universal value to be inscribed on the World Heritage List.  Those listed are then eligible for grants or loans for restorative purposes. Among the six sites selected for the series are the Uluru National Park, Australia, best known as the site of Ayers Roc, and The Great Wall, China, longest structure ever built.  
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To ensure the conservation of mankind’s shared heritage, the “Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage” was adopted in 1972 by UNESCO.  The World Heritage Committee selects sites and monuments considered to be of universal value to be inscribed on the World Heritage List.  Those listed are then eligible for grants or loans for restorative purposes.

Among the six sites selected for the series are the Uluru National Park, Australia, best known as the site of Ayers Roc, and The Great Wall, China, longest structure ever built.