Unesco Italy: the complete list of Italy Unesco world heritage sites

Italy Unesco Sites: the complete list of Unesco World Heritage Sites in Italy by region, plotted on a Google map to easily locate them. Italy Unesco sites travel directions and tips to conveniently visit them.

Italy has the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world, with 49. Here is the complete list, organized by region (in braquets the year of nomination).  You can click on the picture to play with the interactive Google map.

 Italy Unesco sites - interactive map

Piemonte

Italy Unesco sites _ Savoia royal residences - castello Valentino

 

Liguria

Italy Unesco sites - Cinque Terre

 

Lombardia

Italy Unesco sites - mantova

 

Veneto

 

Alto Adige

Italy Unesco sites - Dolomites

 

Friuli

Italy Unesco Sites - Aquileia

  • Archaeological Area and the Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia (1998)

 

Emilia Romagna

Italy Unesco sites - Ravenna

 

Tuscany

 

Marche

Italy Unesco Sites_Urbino_Palazzo_Ducale

  • Historic Centre of Urbino (1998)

 

Umbria

 

Lazio

Romantic Rome_Villa d'Este

 

Campania

Italy Unesco sites - Amalfi coast

 

Puglia

Italy Unesco sites_castel_del_monte

 

Basilicata

Italy Unesco Sites_Matera

  • The Sassi and the Park of the Rupestrian Churches of Matera (1993)

 

Sardegna

Italy Unesco Sites_Su_Nuraxi_01

 

Sicilia

Italy Unesco sites - Siracusa

Enjoy your discovery of Italy Unesco sites!

 

Pictures courtesy of Wikipedia


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