To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

• Seeing with my own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

Each year, the already monumental UNESCO replenished with new objects. Session experts considers natural and manmade attractions to approve them in such a high rank. In July 2016 the Commission took as many as 8 new objects - each of them is really worth to include in your list of places to see in a lifetime.

To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

Sanganeb National Park

Sudan

The National Park is a coral island, located 25 kilometers off the coast of Sudan. The UNESCO list also includes Dungonab bay and islands Mekovar, famous for its mangrove forests.

To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

Kanchenjunga Mountain range

India

The huge national park can surprise even the seasoned traveler. It has everything that the heart desires - wide valleys, deep lakes, mountains and ancient forests. On the territory of Kanchenjunga is even a glacier, and local residents consider this place sacred.

To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

The architecture of Le Corbusier

Constructivist Le Corbusier worked in dozens of countries. His architectural works can be seen in Argentina, Belgium, France, Germany, India, Switzerland and Japan. Since July of this year, they are among the UNESCO monuments.

To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

The desert Dasht-e Lut

Iran

Dasht-e Lut desert is considered to be the hottest place on the planet. The local temperature is often crosses over 70 degrees Celsius, and in some particularly dry areas are unable to survive even bacteria.

To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

Archaelogical Philippi

Greece

Macedonian king Philip II founded this complex back in 357 BC. The town occupies a strategic location on the trade route between Europe and Asia. It was here, according to tradition, the Apostle Paul has created one of the first Christian communities.

To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

The monumental medieval tombstones "Stechkov"

Bosnia and Herzegovina

These cemeteries are located in just four countries: Bosnia, Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia. The so-called "Stechkov" are made of limestone and decorated with intricate carvings typical of the culture of medieval Europe.

To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

Shennongjia Forest District

China

Even central China still has a place uninhabited by man. In the area of ​​Shennongjia preserved several species of rare animals: Chinese Giant Salamander, Golden snub-nosed monkey golden snub-nosed monkey, clouded leopard, leopard and Himalayan black bear.

To see with their own eyes: the new UNESCO sites

Archipelago Revillagigedo Islands

Mexico

The archipelago is formed by four volcanic islands: Clarion, San Benedicto, Roca Partido and Socorro. Last in 1994 recognized biosphere reserve, the territory of which prohibited any human activity.