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For questions 1-8, read the text and choose the correct answer for each gap. Click on a gap and a choice of words will appear. Then choose the correct answer.
World Heritage Sites
Have you ever visited a World Heritage Site? You might have done so without realising! There are now more than 1,000 sites worldwide that have been listed by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation. landmarks include the Taj Mahal in India and Great Barrier Reef in Australia but others, such as Kenya’s Fort Jesus, are less to most. To be included on the list, a site should have historical significance and be in some way. In addition, it should be considered to have importance for humanity as a .
Applications for World Heritage Status have increased over the years, as governments observe that UNESCO listing tourists. Sadly, mass tourism can result in an area losing the character that caused it to be listed in the first place. And that is not the only of the system: many people have pointed that Western countries feature too heavily. Half of the sites are located in Europe and North America; Italy alone has more than the whole continent of Africa! If these issues can be ironed out, however, natural and cultural heritage will be saved for generations to come.