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It’s not surprising that the tiny mountain nation of Andorra has only one World Heritage site!
Home to 7 UNESCO sites of its own, plus elements of 5 more transnational sites.
From prehistoric sites to Roman and medieval cities, from castles and palaces to Industrial age achievements, it’s fair to say that France has some of everything that UNESCO stands for.
From prehistory to the Middle Ages, from Baroque to Modernism, gardens to mines: it’s all here in Germany.
The Netherlands has many sites related to water and the control of water: knowledge that the Dutch have developed over centuries.