Masterworks of Man & Nature: Preserving Our World Heritage
Harper-MacRae, 1992 - Nature - 447 pages
Volume, organized by geographic location, which illustrates the ways in which our cultural heritage is tied to the Earth's natural heritage. Examines the ways in which our actions today determine our future.
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19th century Abomey Acropolis Africa ancient animals archaeological architecture Australian Picture Library beauty buildings built Byzantine capital carved cathedral cave central church civilisation coast colonial complex conservation construction covered cultural and natural cultural heritage DESCRIPTION diversity Dogon Dubrovnik Dynasty earth Ebla ecosystems endemic environment environmental famous fauna flora forests fortified global habitat Heri historic centre human ICOMOS important island IUCN lake land landscape largest living ment monastery monuments Mosque mountain Nanda Devi NATIONAL PARK LOCATION natural environment natural heritage numerous paintings palace Paphos period Photo plant plateau population preserved protection Province rainforest region remains Republic rich River rock Roman ruins sanctuary Sian Ka'an SIGNIFICANCE Sinharaja Spanish species stone style temple towers town tropical UNESCO unique Valley village walls wildlife World Heritage Committee World Heritage Convention World Heritage List World Heritage sites Zimbabwe zone