THIS MAP SHOWS YOU WHERE TO SEE EVERY UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN THE UK AND IRELAND... ...Sometimes it’s easy to forget what’s right on our doorstep – especially when there are so many beautiful and world-renowned historic sites that are only a stone’s throw away!

This Map Shows You Where To Find Every UNESCO World Heritage Sites In The UK And Ireland

THIS MAP SHOWS YOU WHERE TO SEE EVERY UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN THE UK AND IRELAND... ...Sometimes it’s easy to forget what’s right on our doorstep – especially when there are so many beautiful and world-renowned historic sites that are only a stone’s throw away!

The Most Beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites

The Most Beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Photos

Dinosaur Provinicial Park, Alberta Canada. One of the world's best fossil beds that has revealed over 300 dinosaur skeletons from 35 different species. The park is made up of a valley that is 2 miles (3 km) wide and over 394 feet (120 km) deep. Dinosaur Provincial Park is similar to Dinosaur National Monument in the United States in that it was a flood plain where the dinosaurs grazed. This made it easy for the dinosaurs to be buried during a flash flood.

Dinosaur Provinicial Park, Alberta Canada. One of the world's best fossil beds that has revealed over 300 dinosaur skeletons from 35 different species. The park is made up of a valley that is 2 miles (3 km) wide and over 394 feet (120 km) deep. Dinosaur Provincial Park is similar to Dinosaur National Monument in the United States in that it was a flood plain where the dinosaurs grazed. This made it easy for the dinosaurs to be buried during a flash flood.

Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta - One of the best parks in the world, and one of the least well known, Dinosaur Provincial Park should be at the top of everyone’s bucket lists. A UNESCO World heritage Site as well, Dinosaur Provincial Park is home to the richest deposit of dinosaur fossils in the world. 40 different species have been found here and a ranger led hike takes visitors to see some of these finds as they lay in the ground.

Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta - One of the best parks in the world, and one of the least well known, Dinosaur Provincial Park should be at the top of everyone’s bucket lists. A UNESCO World heritage Site as well, Dinosaur Provincial Park is home to the richest deposit of dinosaur fossils in the world. 40 different species have been found here and a ranger led hike takes visitors to see some of these finds as they lay in the ground.

10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites You Wish You Could Visit (But Probably Never Will): Features Article by 10Best.com

10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites You Wish You Could Visit (But Probably Never Will): Features Article by 10Best.com

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