How well do you know UNESCO’s natural World Heritage Sites?

From vibrant coral reefs to ferocious volcanoes, how well do you know these breathtaking UNESCO-listed landscapes crafted by Mother Nature?

 

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1. Which UNESCO-listed mountain range spans Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan ?

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2. The wildlife-rich Okavango Delta is one of the world’s most extraordinary landscapes. Where is it?

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3. Which bay in Australia is inscribed for its dugongs, extensive seagrass beds and stromatolites?

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4. With over 850 bird species and plenty of jaguars, it’s no wonder Manú National Park is UNESCO-listed. Which country can you find it in?

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5. The Western Ghats is a mountain range older than the Himalayas and one of the world’s top biodiversity hotspots. Which country is it in?

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6. Which three countries flank the Wadden Sea UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site?

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7. On which UNESCO-listed island would you find South Korea’s tallest mountain, Hallasan?

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8. What is the UNESCO-listed Vredefort Dome in South Africa?

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9. What is the name of Greenland’s UNESCO-listed icefjord?

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10. In which country would you find Durmitor National Park?

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11. Sinharaja Forest Reserve and the Central Highlands are the only two natural UNESCO Sites in which country?

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12. The UK’s Jurassic Coast is a natural UNESCO site. Through which two counties does the UNESCO-protected part of the coast stretch?

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13. Venezuela’s UNESCO-listed Canaima National Park lies on the border with which two countries?

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14. Which UNESCO-inscribed volcano is the most active in Europe (and possibly the world) and where is it?