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Provence (October 2013)
I just spent a couple of days ticking off the 4 WHS in the Provence hotspot. They're an easy catch, but I can't understand why some people devote their whole weeks of summer holidays in this region. The Roman remains are the main draw, but I have seen far better examples elsewhere in the mediterranean.
. Pont du Gard
Suriname (August 2013)
Before joining a nature tour through Guyana, I spent a few days in neighbouring Suriname. That proved to be a good choice: it's a remarkable experience to fly to the other side of the world, arrive in a tropical zone and still be able to speak Dutch all day. My first impression of Suriname is that it is pretty neat and organized, it reminded me most of Malaysia. I only had time to visit one WHS: the recommended Historic Inner City of Paramaribo.
Kassel (July 2013)
Of course I was tempted by a new WHS within driving distance of my home: the Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe with its water features and Hercules statue, near Kassel in Central Germany. So I spent this Wednesday there, nicely breaking my working week into two halves with a visit to my 506th WHS.
. Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe
Your WHS reviews
|Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae|
'I visited Bassae in 1959 when the road tomit had only recently been built and was still a dirt road.'
Posted by John Purvis, 12-12-2013
| ||Crespi d'Adda|
'I made a last-minute decision to visit Crespi d'Adda because I had arrived quite early in Milan from Modena and had a few hours to spare before my flight home from Malpensa.'
Posted by Klaus Freisinger, 12-12-2013
'I liked Meknes, admittedly I would probably give it the lowest billing of Morocco’s four Imperial cities, but I did find it the most welcoming and the one where it felt easiest to get a grasp of everyday life in a Moroccan city.'
Posted by Ian Cade, 11-12-2013
'Well Lumbini is very near from my hometown I visited there many times.It is very peaceful place.'
Posted by Aman thapa, 08-12-2013
||Mount Qingcheng and Dujiangyan|
'My first impression while I stepped out from my bus to the gate of Dujiangyan was irritating, it was a very fast 60 kilometers high speed train ride from Chengdu North Station to Dujiangyan city within 35 minutes, but the bus from the station to the site was maybe one of the slowest buses that took exactly 35 minutes for just less than 6 Kilometers without bad traffic! However when I started to look around I was starting to impress the area.'
Posted by Frederik Dawson, 06-12-2013
'As a site of one of the major archaeological finds of the 20th C Moenjodaro had long been on my target list.'
Posted by Paul Tanner, 03-12-2013