• World Heritage Review 53: World Heritage in Spain Special Issue

World Heritage Review 53: World Heritage in Spain Special Issue

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Spain, with its long, complex history and the global character of its territorial and cultural extension, remains marked by a striking diversity of historical influences and regional differences, and it justifiably prides itself on the forty Spanish sites currently inscribed on the World Heritage List. Together, they represent a broad range of categories: religious, military and civic monuments, cities, landscapes, industrial vestiges, prehistoric sites and cultural roads, as well as natural heritage.

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Spain is among the countries that have made the most outstanding intellectual and practical contributions to the successful propagation of the World Heritage concept worldwide through a number of remarkable and far-sighted initiatives and a range of generous financial contributions.

The country is, for example, one of the prime contributors to World Heritage through its Funds-in-Trust. The resources donated have helped UNESCO’s effort in the promotion and conservation of World Heritage, with a special focus on Latin America and the Caribbean.