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Exploring World Heritage

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Talking About Culture

Description: In this first installment of “Talking About Culture”, Francesco Bandarin, Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO, offers an eye-opening account of his two most recent missions to two very different World Heritage sites: Wrangel Island in the far north of Siberia and the mysterious Cueva de las Manos in Patagonia. Although one is home to polar bears and the other to 10,000 year-old cave paintings, both are irreplaceable reminders of the importance of safeguarding humanity’s heritage, for our planet and ourselves.

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