UNESCO has included the French city of Nice in the list of World Heritage Sites.
This is reported by Le Figaro.
“The history of Nice, both rooted and open, Mediterranean and Alpine, European and cosmopolitan, has created a unique architecture and landscape, a model for many other cities in the world,” Mayor Christian Estrosi welcomed the inclusion of Nice in the heritage list.
“This recognition consecrates Nice as the archetype of the Riviera winter resort with its exceptional location between the sea and the mountains, and the various influences that have shaped its heritage,” French Culture Minister Roseline Bachelot said on Twitter.
It is worth noting that the application for the inclusion of Nice in the list of World Heritage sites in 2019 was unsuccessful.
As reported, one of the main boulevards of Madrid, Paseo del Prado, and Buen Retiro Park, have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.