November 10, 2023
Explore the latest natural UNESCO World Heritage Sites, showcasing the planet's most exceptional and recently recognized environmental wonders. Immerse yourself in the beauty of these newly designated locations, each preserving and celebrating our world's unique and irreplaceable natural heritage.
1. Tak'alik Ab'aj, Guatemala
Tak'alik Ab'aj is a pre-Columbian archaeological site located in the southwestern Pacific coast region of Guatemala.
2. Tr'ondëk-Klondike, Canada
Tr'ondëk-Klondike is a natural and cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Yukon Territory of Canada. The site is home to a diverse landscape of mountains, valleys, lakes, and rivers, and is also home to a number of First Nations communities.
3. Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks, United States of America
The Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks are a group of prehistoric mounds and earthworks located in Ohio and southern Indiana, in the United States.
4. Anticosti, Canada
Anticosti is a large island located in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, off the coast of Quebec, Canada. The island is known for its rugged coastline, pristine forests, and abundant wildlife.
5. Volcanoes and Forests of Mount Pelée and the Pitons of Northern Martinique, France