World Heritage Sites

A hunter with his spoil in Aasivissuit. Photo: Kristian Kreutzmann
Photo of a hunter with his spoil in Aasivissuit

Denmark has seven sites on the World Heritage List, and the Arctic island of Greenland, which is part of the Kingdom of Denmark, has three sites on the List.

The World Heritage List is maintained by The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Link to The Danish World Heritage sites

UNESCO CONVENTION

UNESCO seeks to encourage the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around the world considered to be of outstanding value to humanity. This was embodied in an international treaty, adopted by UNESCO in 1972:

Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage

Dialogboksen begynder her. Du kan lukke boksen ved at trykke Accepter cookies knappen eller Enter. Knappen er det sidste element i boksen.

Vi benytter cookies til at forbedre brugeroplevelsen.

På slks.dk anvender vi cookies. Cookies er i mange tilfælde nødvendige for at få en hjemmeside til at fungere. Vi bruger cookies for at forbedre din oplevelse, samle statistik og huske dine indstillinger. Ved at klikke på "Accepter cookies" godkender du dette.

(dialogboks slutter)