FROM The german language waterways to the ruins of Babylon, there was stiff competition to secure a location on the updated list of cultural historical past sites.
And incorporated this year is Gran Canaria’ ersus picturesque Risco Caí do as well as the Sacred Mountains.
Risco Caí do, in a vast tremendous mountain area in the centre of the island, shows cliffs, ravines and volcanic formations, in a landscape of rich biodiversity.
It also features a many troglodyte settlements, habitats, granaries plus cisterns, whose age is evidence of the presence of a pre-Hispanic culture around the island.
It has developed in isolation, from the arrival associated with North African Berbers, around the starting of our era, until the first The spanish language settlers in the 15th century.
Spain has now achieved an overall total of 48 World Heritage websites, surpassed only by China plus Italy.