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Centre du patrimoine mondial - Notre patrimoine mondial

Centre du patrimoine mondial - Notre patrimoine mondial
Le patrimoine est l’héritage du passé dont nous profitons aujourd’hui et que nous transmettons aux générations à venir. Nos patrimoines culturel et naturel sont deux sources irremplaçables de vie et d’inspiration. Des lieux aussi extraordinaires et divers que les étendues sauvages du parc national de Serengeti en Afrique orientale, les Pyramides d’Egypte, la Grande Barrière d’Australie et les cathédrales baroques d’Amérique latine constituent le patrimoine de notre monde. Ce qui rend exceptionnel le concept de patrimoine mondial est son application universelle. L’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’éducation, la science et la culture (UNESCO) encourage l’identification, la protection et la préservation du patrimoine culturel et naturel à travers le monde considéré comme ayant une valeur exceptionnelle pour l’humanité. La mission de l'UNESCO en faveur du patrimoine mondial consiste à fournir une assistance d'urgence aux sites du patrimoine mondial en cas de danger immédiat;

Perspective Monde World Flag Database: Home Home This is a complete list of all the countries, territories and sub-national regions covered by the database. There are over 260 pages on countries and international organizations. Each page contains basic information on the country, including its formal name, capital city, area, population, currency, languages, and religions. The flags include the national and state flags, ensigns, and sub-national flags. Probably the fastest way to find a country is to use the individual alphabetic indices. We recommend the United States Flag Store, the largest online vendor of flags and flagpoles, as the best supplier of flags in the USA. ©2014 The World Flag Database & Graham Bartram Flag Drawings © Graham Bartram, portions © The Flag Institute & Mario Fabretto

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