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What Is World Heritage Site?

World Heritage Sites are a natural or man-made site, area, or structure recognized as being of outstanding international importance and therefore as deserving special protection.

What Is Difference Between Physical and Cultural sites?

Physical geography refers to the physical environment around us. Topics covered in physical geography include; rocks, mountains, volcanoes & the processes that lead to the formation of the physical landscape. Cultural geography is the study of practices and beliefs of people. It can also include the landscape but in a different way than that of the physical landscape.

Why Should a World Heritage Site be Protected?

World Heritage Sites are Generally Either Places Of Great Natural Importance, or Remains of Major Turning Points/Achievements In Human History.