Visiting UNESCO Sites
UNESCO World Heritage Sites are landmarks or areas that have been protected due to their cultural, historical, scientific or other form of significance.
As of June 2020, UNESCO has recognized 1,121 such sites across 167 countries.
I’m using this page to keep track of the sites I’ve had the honor of visiting.
To me, this is an limitless list. 1
|Site Name||Location||Visit Date|
|Grand Canyon National Park||Arizona, USA|
|Great Smokey Mountains National Park||TN/NC, USA|
|Independence Hall||Pennsylvania, USA|
|Mammoth Cave National Park||Kentucky, USA|
|Mesa Verde National Park||Colorado, USA|
|Olympic National Park||Washington, USA|
|Redwood National Park||California, USA|
|Statue of Liberty||New York, USA|
|Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park||Montana, USA|
|Yellowstone National Park||Wyoming, USA|
|Yosemite National Park||California, USA|