Amsterdam Canal Ring
The Seventeenth-century canal ring area of Amsterdam inside the Singelgracht is a network of canals that were made to extend the medieval city center.
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Bordeaux, Port of the Moon, encompasses the historic centre of Bordeaux as an outstanding urban and architectural ensemble created in the Age of Enlightenment.
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Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue, holds a number of influential constructions from the Middle Ages to the late 19th century.
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City of Luxembourg
The City of Luxembourg: its Old Quarters and Fortifications is one of Europe's greatest fortified sites.
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The ensemble "Classical Weimar" reflects a period in history when this East German town was the cultural heart of Europe.
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The Old City of Dubrovnik is known for its monumental centre. Dubrovnik became an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards.
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The Historic Centre of Florence is the birthplace of Renaissance art and architecture. Florence was founded by Etruscan settlers from nearby Fiesole.
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Grand Place, Brussels
Grand Place, Brussels comprises a central square and harmonious ensemble of surrounding buildings that represent the culture of this mercantile city from the late 17th century.
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The historic centre of Guimarăes is known for its medieval building techniques, that have been transmitted to the Portuguese colonies.
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Holašovice is a historic rural village which has preserved its typical vernacular architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries.
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The Old Village of Hollókö and its surroundings is a living example of rural life before the agricultural revolution of the 20th century.
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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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Kutna Hora: Historical Town Centre with the Church of Saint Barbara and the Cathedral of our Lady at Sedlec symbolize the wealth this city derived from silver mining.
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La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle
"La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle, watchmaking town planning" refers to the twin towns that are the center of the Swiss watchmaking industry.
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The Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar with its multicultural architecture is a symbol of coexistence of communities from diverse cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds.
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Place Stanislas, Place de la Carričre, and Place d'Alliance in Nancy are 18th century works of urban planning.
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Old City of Berne
The Old City of Berne represents the adaptation of a medieval city into a modern capital. Berne was founded in 1191 by Berchthold V, Duke of Zähringen.
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Old Rauma is an outstanding example of a traditional Nordic city constructed in wood. The town was built in the 15th century around a Franciscan monastery.
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Paris, Banks of the Seine
Paris on the banks of the Seine stretches from Saint-Chapelle and the Notre Dame in the east to the Eiffel Tower in the west.
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The Historic Centre of Riga boasts the largest collection of Art Nouveau buildings in Europe. Between 1896 and 1913, the city expanded and a housing boom followed.
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Rřros Mining Town developed in the 17th century and still holds many authentic wooden buildings. The town was burned to the ground in 1678 and 1679 by the Swedish Army during the Scanian War.
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San Marino and Mount Titano
San Marino Historic Centre and Mount Titano are inscribed as a testimony to the continuity of a independent city-state since the 13th century.
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The Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments has a planned urban design with many baroque and neo-classical monumental buildings.
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The Jewish Quarter and St. Procopius Basilica of Trebic bear witness to the coexistence of and interchange of values between the Jewish and Christian cultures from the Middle Ages until the Second World War.
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Ubeda and Baeza
The Renaissance Monumental Ensembles of Úbeda and Baeza hold the best-preserved examples of Italian Renaissance architecture in Spain.
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The Historic Centre of Urbino is remarkable for its legacy of Renaissance culture. It developed under the patronage of its duke, Federico da Montefeltro (1444-1482).
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Val di Noto
The Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto (South-eastern Sicily) are eight towns are examples of ‘anti-seismic’ urban planning executed in the late Baroque style.
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The City of Valletta is an ideal Renaissance city founded by the Knights Order of St. John of Jerusalem.
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The City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto represent the Palladian style in architecture, which became influential all over Europe and the United States.
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The Historic Centre of Vienna holds significant architecture from three periods (Middle Ages, the Baroque period, and the Gründerzeit), and is a capital of music.
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The Lithuanian capital Vilnius is a historic trading town with medieval origins. It is situated right on the boundary between Catholicism and Russian Orthodoxy.
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Vlkolinéc is a village containing a group of 50 vernacular Slovak timber-built constructions. These buildings have stone footings with log walls on top.
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The Historical Centre of the City of Yaroslavl is a product of Catherine the Great's town planning reform and is dotted with 17th century churches.
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The Old City of Zamosc is a planned town from the Renaissance with blended Central European and Italian architecture.
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