It is not necessary to go abroad to discover places, monuments, cities or towns anchored in history and that impact their beauty and meaning. In a atypical summer In which many will choose to spend their vacations without leaving the Iberian peninsula and islands, we offer you a series of tests with which you can demonstrate how much you know and learn about places that you may approach or already know.
For example: did you know that Spain is the third country in the world with the most World Heritage? Italy and China lead the prestigious list drawn up by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco), with 56 and 55 cultural, natural or mixed assets recognized respectively. Spain, with 48, completes the top 3 of a ranking made up of a total of 1,121 goods.
In this first installment of 'The tests are for the summer'you have to answer 9 questions about some of the Spanish wonders recognized as World Heritage.
- 1. In what year did Spain debut on the World Heritage list?
- 2. Last year was the last year in which a space in Spanish territory was included in the prestigious list. Which?
- 3. Castilla y León is the world region with the largest number of goods included in the list.
- 4. Albarracín usually slips into the lists of the most beautiful towns in Spain: do you think that its historic complex is considered World Heritage?
- 5. And the Vizcaya bridge?
- 6. In which locality is this church, declared a World Heritage Site in 1985?
- 7. To visit this place, which has been on the UNESCO list since 1997, we have to approach the province of ...
- 8. When UNESCo included this National Park in the list, the organization highlighted its "lush vegetation analogous to the Tertiary Era". To visit it, you have to go to an island. What is this park called?
- 9. Of the three cathedrals shown in the image, which was the first to be declared as World Heritage?