World Heritage Day

Today is World Heritage Day. There are 30 World Heritage sites in India, and 981 in the whole world. Can anybody visit them in one life? Yes, I know of a person who visits only Heritage sites and he’s been doing it for last 6 years! Slowly, one by one.
While I am not fortunate enough to be like him, I am contended with my own pace. When I look at the pictures of the sites I’ve visited, I feel quite happy.

Today I share pictures of few of the Heritage sites visited by me. I have many more but then this post will be very long. 🙂

Rice terraces Batad @lemonicks.com

Rice terraces of Batad, Philippines

historic centre warsaw @lemonicks.com

Historic Centre of Warsaw, Poland

valley of flowers @lemonicks.com

Valley of Flowers, India

red fort delhi @lemonicks.com

Red Fort Complex, India

mountain train of india @lemonicks.com

Mountain Trains of India

Ajanta caves @lemonicks.com

Ajanta caves, India

salt mine krakow @lemonicks.com

Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines, Krakow

La Grand Place @lemonicks.com

La Grand Place, Brussels.

Angkor wat @lemonicks.com

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

malacca melaka @lemonicks.com

Historic city of Malacca, Malaysia

Aqueduct segovia @lemonicks.com

Old Town of Segovia and its Aqueduct, Spain

Aapravasi ghat @lemonicks.com

Aapravasi ghat, Mauritius

old town avila @lemonicks.com

Old Town of Avila, Spain

world heritage day swiss alps @lemonicks.com

Swiss Alps, Switzerland

cappadocia rock @lemonicks.com

Göreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia, Turkey

I must have done more than 50% of Heritage sites in India but I have not touched even 100 mark on international level. How many of them have you visited?

If you want to travel places with me, I suggest you to join me on my Facebook travel page, Twitter and Instagram.
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16 thoughts on “World Heritage Day

  1. Wow! You have been to all these places!

    I have not been to most places you have shown here 🙂

    All the best and keep it up!

  2. Nice post, Nisha… I have also seen about half of those in India, but at the moment am not even thinking of the ones outside 🙂 long, long way to go…. But I can’t imagine going to see only these sites. There’s so much more to see 🙂

  3. wow! you have been to all these places? cant believe it. I want to do something like you.
    You are an inspiration to all of us.

    pics are excellent as usual.

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