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english unesco world heritage sites: Point of Interest Map
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english unesco world heritage sites

Map of English UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Regions of England
North West England
North West England is the second-largest urban area in England, which includes Manchester, the UK`s third-largest city; Liverpool, on the River Mersey, known for its seafaring traditions and The Beatles; Blackpool, one of the most popular seaside resorts in England; and Chester, perhaps the best-preserved walled city in Britain.
North East England
Beautiful North East England consists of such cities such as Durham, which boasts a 1,000-year-old old town; Newcastle-upon-Tyne, developed around an old Roman settlement and once one of the most important shipbuilding centers in the world; and Sunderland, which grew around the 7th-century Monkwearmouth-Jarrow Abbey.
Yorkshire
Yorkshire is the quintessential Northern English travel destination. Yorkshire is known for its scenic landscapes, especially at the North York Moors, the Peak District National Park, and the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is also known for its bustling cities such as York, Sheffield, Leeds, and Bradford.
The Midlands
The English Midlands are often overlooked but are alluring to travelers. The region is full of history; many cities were founded over two millennia ago, and are some of the oldest cities in England. The Midlands was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, helping to cement the British Empire`s global influence.
East Anglia
The history of East Anglia (Norfolk, Suffolk, and Cambridgeshire) is vivid and rich; the oldest structures still standing in England, dating from the Bronze Age, are located in East Anglia. A number of large, ornate former monasteries-turned-cathedrals dot Cambridgeshire, from Peterborough to Fenland and the Isle of Ely.
South East England
South East England is a large and geographically diverse region, much of which sits in the Thames River Valley, and here you can experience such sights as the New Forest, the Chiltern Hills, and the White Cliffs of Dover, in addition to Blenheim Palace, Windsor Castle, Canterbury Cathedral, and the list goes on.
South West England
South West England is filled with exciting sights such as Stonehenge, the world-famous prehistoric stone circle; the Roman-era hot springs of Bath; the coasts of Dorset and east Devon; and the tin mines that dot the coasts of Devon and Cornwall. All of these popular attractions are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
More to Explore

Wales boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the Town Walls and Castles of King Edward in Gwynedd, such as Caernarfon and Conwy; the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, bringing boats over the Vale of Llangollen; and the Blaenavon Ironworks, a major source of iron and coal during the Industrial Revolution.

Scotland is home to five UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Two are located off the mainland: the Neolithic monuments of the Orkney Islands and historic St. Kilda in the Outer Hebrides. Three are located in the Lothians and Lowlands: Edinburgh`s Old and New Towns, the Forth Bridge, and the village of New Lanark.

There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in Ireland. The most popular of the Irish UNESCO sites is Skellig Michael, an imposing island located off the coast of County Kerry. The others are the Boyne valley tombs in County Meath and Giant`s Causeway on the County Antrim coast in Northern Ireland.
Cities in England
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England and Beyond
ENGLISH UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES

England is home to 19 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ranging from ancient stone circles to remnants of the country`s excellence during the Industrial Revolution to telescopes observing the farthest reaches of outer space. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in England are snapshots of centuries of history up to the present, and they welcome millions of tourists from around the world each year. UNESCO helps the national government and local governments in preserving these historically and culturally significant sites.

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