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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about World Heritage site.
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  • Australia [r]: Continent in the Southern Hemisphere and the federal parliamentary nation that occupies it. [e]
  • Castle [r]: A building which was designed to protect people and property inside, and typically belonged to an important or wealthy person such as a lord or monarch. [e]
  • Cradle of Humankind [r]: A World Heritage site in South Africa, which comprises three localities containing numerous fossil-bearing caves. [e]
  • Culture of Japan [r]: Set of traditions, pastimes, artistic expression, use of language, belief systems and so on that distinguishes Japan from other nations. [e]
  • Himeji Castle [r]: Sixteenth-century Japanese fortification, built of wood rather than stone and well-preserved, with a maze of pathways designed to confuse invaders; today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. [e]
  • Japan [r]: East Asian country of about 3,000 islands; one of the world's largest economies; population about 125,000,000. [e]
  • Lübeck [r]: Second largest city in Schleswig-Holstein, in northern Germany, one of the major ports of Germany it was for several centuries the 'capital' of the Hanseatic League. [e]
  • Macau [r]: A Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, and former Portuguese colony, located on the South China Sea south of Guangzhou. [e]
  • Machu Picchu [r]: An archaeological site in the Andes just northwest of Cusco, Peru built by the Incas in about 1450 AD. [e]
  • Mexico [r]: A country in North America, bordering the United States on the north and Guatemala and Belize on the south. [e]
  • Middle East [r]: A geographical region in Asia that also contains small parts of Europe and Africa. [e]
  • Oceania [r]: A major geographical region of the planet Earth, mostly in the southern hemisphere, consisting of Australasia (the Australian continent and New Zealand), Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia. [e]
  • Sterkfontein cave [r]: One of the most important fossil sites for understanding human origins in Africa, discovered near Krugersdorp, South Africa in 1936. [e]
  • Strasbourg [r]: Capital of Alsace in France. [e]
  • UNESCO [r]: Specialized agency of the UN, created in 1946, to aid peace by promoting international cooperation in education, science, and culture. [e]