UNESCO declares Germany’s Erzgebirge a World Heritage Site


The Erzgebirge region (The Ore Mountains) on the German-Czech border is now a World Heritage Site.

United Nations officials on Saturday, granted protected status to the Ore Mountains, describing it as a “unique mountain cultural landscape” and a center of mining innovation”.

The Erzgebirge region shared by Germany and the Czech Republic.

The mountain range is known as the Krusnohori in Czech and Ore Mountains in English.

Also, the UN officials listed the water management system in Augsburg as another World Heritage Site.


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