Click on a country on the map to see that country’s UNESCO sites, or use the list below the map to jump to that country’s page.
Note: If the country you are looking for is light gray on the map and does not appear on the list, that means it has no UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Best-known for its ancient culture, Egypt’s sites cover many thousands of years of monuments and religious sites from the time of the pharaohs through its Christian and Islamic periods.
Sites that recognize the variety and richness of urban life over the past 2000 years.
UNESCO sites in the Seychelles preserve an isolated atoll and a prehistoric palm forest, rare ecosystems that remain nearly pristine.
World Heritage Sites that protect a vast inland wetland and rock art created over many thousands of years highlight two very different aspects of Botswana.