Can you identify these UNESCO World Heritage Sites? Part two

From historic city quarters to extraordinary reef systems, see how you fare in our second test on UNESCO World Heritage wonders…

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1. This medieval city was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Where is it?

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2. In which US state will you find the cultural UNESCO site of Taos Pueblo?

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3. Which of these UK destinations was stripped of its UNESCO World Heritage status in 2021?

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4. Which country has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites (currently 58) in the world, including the Archaeological Area of Agrigento?

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5. In which country will you find the UNESCO-listed hilltop fortress of Masada?

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6. This reef on the western coast of Australia was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011. What’s its name?

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7. Are you able to name and places these UNESCO-listed pyramids?

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8. Can you name this UNESCO-listed island? Clue: It’s where Nelson Mandela spent 18 years in prison.

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9. In Kentucky, you’ll find this UNESCO-listed National Park, home to the world’s largest network of natural caves. Can you name it?

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10. In which Spanish city will you find this UNESCO-listed mosque–cathedral?

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11. Can you name this UNESCO-listed city in South America?

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12. So this one is easy, right?

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13. Inscribed by UNESCO in 2019, Budj Bim Cultural Landscape is located in which Australian state?

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14. Can you name this UNESCO site in the UAE? It’s also known as the Garden City?

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15. In which country will you find the UNESCO-listed Changdeokgung Palace Complex?

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16. Where will you find the UNESCO-listed ancient ksour of Chinguetti, Ouadane, Tichitt and Oualata?