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What exactly is a UNESCO World Heritage Site?

The Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina Landscapes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Just like the Grand Canyon, the Palace of Versailles and the Great Barrier Reef. But how does something become a World Heritage Site and what exactly does that mean?

Florian Ambauen, Communications specialist, 05. November 2021

Most of us are familiar with the term “UNESCO World Heritage”. And many people know from experience that it is worth visiting such a site.

But things get tricky when you ask what a UNESCO World Heritage Site actually is. That’s when people start to think hard. And if you then want to know how a place, a building or a landscape becomes a UNESCO World Heritage Site, people really start to stumble.

That’s where World Heritage Experience Switzerland comes in. What’s even better is that it answers the most important questions about UNESCO World Heritage Sites in an easy-to-understand video.

Learning couldn’t be easier. Have fun watching!

And if you like, you could also watch the video on the Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina Landscapes.

Learned enough?

Then now is the time to get involved. Our offers are ready for you. Drop by and experience the UNESCO World Heritage Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina Landscapes: UNESCO World Heritage offers

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