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World Heritage Sites in Italy You should visit

Italy includes 53 sites included by UNESCO in the World Heritage List, the World Heritage List.

The World Heritage Site is the official name of these areas according to the World Heritage Convention adopted by the UNESCO General Conference on November 16, 1972.

The purpose of this convention is to identify, according to precise criteria, areas, sites and places that represent particular peculiarities from a cultural, artistic, archaeological, environmental or landscape point of view.

With 53 sites included in the list of World Heritage Sites, Italy places itself at the top of all countries by number of awards.
These are well-known places like the Dolomites, the City of Verona, Ferrara and the Po Delta in the North; the Historic Center of San Gimignano and those of Florence and Rome, Villa Adriana and Villa D'Este in Tivoli, in Central Italy; the archaeological area of ​​Pompeii, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata, I Sassi and the park of the cave churches of Matera, the Amalfi Coast…