The most stunning UNESCO sites of the world are as follow:-
Scotland has come forward to put their best foot in the midst of world and its count of the top five UNESCO sites. St Kilda has scored high in the list of the best UNESCO sites. This is a cliff-dotted archipelago which has scored high for being the most beautiful UNESCO site. The western coast of Scotland is complimented with the presence of this UNESCO site. The ecological system of the Outer Hebrides is so much maintained that the ocean view is just damn stunning. There are various local boating organization offers boat rides in the sea. The mariner life is something to enjoy; though this place a mysterious history in its sleeve.
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The former capital of Georgia is here to put forward the historical monuments of Mtskheta. This UNESCO site consists of three medieval period churches presented on the cliff top. This UNESCO site did not receive that much preservation and detoriated over time. Today this UNESCO site is under the risk of getting extinct for the presence of all the contamination and pollution in the air. This is a very popular tourism site and the government of Georgia is trying their best to maintain and survive this UNESCO site over the years. The architecture and artwork of this place is completely under the mode of destruction.
The Wulingyuan scenic beauty is a complete understanding under the historic interest area. This UNESCO site was once a remote place under the China’s Hunan’s Province. This UNESCO site is a complete tourist site and draws thousands and thousands of tourists in a year. The presence of 3000 pillars over an area of 100 square miles is a big deal. The pillars are made of sandstone and draw the maximum tourists from every corner of the planet. Wulingyuan has made China all gaga over the tourism system. This UNESCO site has got some of the towers more than half the height of the man-made skyscrapers.
The Wadden Sea of the Frisian Islands is the ones which has earned the title of being UNESCO site. The Frisian Islands head to the north towards the coastlines of countries like Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark shielding the Wadden sea mudflats. It is the largest sea in the whole world, if, the North Sea waves are considered. Needless to say, in colder months this sea becomes chilled. The mudflats add to advantage of having the best ecosystems possible. Every year millions of migratory birds pass through this area making its natural habitat suitable to the wildlife.
The last but, not the least, Giant’s Causeway is the last UNESCO site in the list. The Northern Ireland is a great place with the presence of the entire studded beach. This beach has earned the name and fame and listed under the UNESCO list. The Giant’s Causeway is made of polygonal columns of basalt protruding from the coast and water. There are various tales related to the formation of this UNESCO site.
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