Ban Chiang is considered the most important prehistoric settlement discovered in South-East Asia. Discovered in 1957 it attracted enormous publicity due to attractive red painted pottery.
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Bat, Al-Khutm and Al-Ayn
Bat, Al-Khutm and Al-Ayn consists of a settlement and a necropolis from the 3rd millennium BC. Reasons for inscription are that this area is "the most complete and the best known site of the 3rd Millennium BC" and for its Bronze Age funeral practices.
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Bend of the Boyne
The Archaeological Ensemble of the Bend of the Boyne consists of 3 large and 37 small burial mounds or passage tombs from the Neolithicum.
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The Biblical Tells and Ancient Water Systems -- Megiddo, Hazor and Beer Sheba are representative of tells that contain substantial remains of cities with biblical connections.
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The Neolithic Site of Çatalhöyük consists of two tells with remains from the Neolithic and Chalcolithic periods.
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Choirokoitia (also known as Khirokitia) is one of the most important prehistorical sites in the eastern Mediterranean area.
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Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
The Hal Saflieni Hypogeum is a subterranean structure testifying the artistic and architectural accomplishments of Malta’s Neolithic society, spanning from around 4000BC to 2500BC.
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Ibiza, Biodiversity and Culture, is a mixed heritage site due to its shoreline, marine life, 16th century fortifications, Phoenician ruins and fortified Upper Town.
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Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park is one of the larger national parks in the world, consisting of four major river systems and various landforms.
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Kernavë Archeological Site
Kernavë Archeological Site represents an exceptional testimony to some 10 millennia of human settlements in this region.
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The Archaeological Heritage of the Lenggong Valley are four sites related to early man outside Africa.
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The Matobo Hills are a living cultural landscape in south-western Zimbabwe, where people have interacted for over 100.
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Megalithic Temples of Malta
The Megalithic Temples of Malta are known as “the oldest free-standing monuments in the world”. They date from ca.
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The Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca and Pampas de Jumana are the most outstanding geoglyphs in the world due to their size, number, diversity and long period of development.
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Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes
The Neolithic flint mines at Spiennes, covering more than 100 ha, are the largest and earliest concentration of ancient mines in Europe.
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The Heart of Neolithic Orkney refers to a group of Neolithic monuments found in a harsh physical environment on the Scottish Orkney Islands.
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Prehistoric Pile Dwellings
The Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps are the remains of prehistoric stilt houses at the edges of lakes and rivers.
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The Bronze Age Burial Site of Sammallahdenmäki consists of 33 stone cairns, dating mainly from the Bronze Age (1500-500 B.
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Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites are among the most important groups of prehistoric megalithic monuments in the world.
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The Tasmanian Wilderness area constitutes one of the last expanses of temperate wilderness in the world, including the renowned South West Wilderness.
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Tiya in southern Ethiopia is an archeological site, which is distinguished by 36 standing stones or stelae.
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Tsodilo holds unique religious and spiritual significance to local peoples, as well as a unique record of human settlement over many millennia.
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Yagul and Mitla
The Prehistoric caves of Yagul and Mitla in the Central Valley of Oaxaca are archaeological sites associated with the Zapotec civilization and much earlier primitive farmers.
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