Two sets of ruins from the Mycenaean civilization in the Peloponnese, which preceded the Ancient Greeks.
A mosque complex representing the height of Ottoman architectural achievement.
Numerous archeological sites with dry-stone structures dating to the Bronze Age and Late Iron Age.
Seven impressive stone structures used for ritual purposes during the Bronze Age.
An extraordinary palm grove dating to the Arab period in Spain.
Atmospheric ruins of a complete Late Byzantine city.
Two exceptional examples of Catalan Art Nouveau architecture in Barcelona designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner.
A region of northern Italy representing excellence in winegrowing and winemaking.
A lavish retreat built for Roman emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century.
The ruins of a Roman villa with remarkably well-preserved mosaics.
A charming medieval city center, considered the birthplace of Portuguese nationhood.
Viniculture in a hostile environment made possible through human ingenuity.
Six buildings that are unique to the short-lived Asturian monarchy.
Some of the earliest art by the earliest humans.
A medieval fortress town in a dramatic location, perched on cliffs.
An important religious site for ancient Greeks, who considered it the center of the world.
Four masterpieces of Pisan Romanesque architecture, including the world-famous Leaning Tower.
Towns in seven countries where an early tourism industry thrived around natural hot springs.
Ruins of an ancient place of healing, with a huge and still intact Greek theater.
An exquisite example of Portuguese Baroque architecture expressing a spiritual journey.
The most famous remnant of ancient Greece, standing high above the city of Athens.
Three properties that are central to the history of Spain’s “Golden Age.”
A series of palaces and estates in and around Turin that exemplify baroque architecture.
One of the most impressive baroque structures in all of Portugal.
An ancient port city with ruins from the Greek, Roman and early Christian periods.
A city with the traces of three thousand years of civilization.
More than 1000 cave dwellings, churches and other rock-cut structures going back centuries.
An important port in the busy shipping routes between Europe, the Americas and Africa from the 15th-19th centuries.
An architectural element that, over centuries, has become an integral part of life in Bologna and around the world.
Picturesque whitewashed houses with conical roofs, built using age-old dry-stone techniques.
Ruins of a 10th-century fortified Umayyad city.
Megalithic tombs and the natural features that align with them.
A protected natural wilderness area that is essential for birds migrating between Africa and Europe and for other species.
An exceptional collection of ancient Greek temples dating to the 5th century BC.
A uniquely beautiful landscape of hills and valleys, with vineyards and wineries producing world-famous Prosecco wines.
The world’s oldest republic, a tiny surviving city-state on a mountain surrounded by Italy.