JD Rex Shares His Experience Visiting 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

JD Rex Shares His Experience Visiting 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

JD Rex Shares His Experience Visiting 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

As of June 2020, there are a combined 1,121 UNESCO World Heritage sites on the planet. These sites, which are deemed to be of overwhelming universal value, are based in 167 countries. Johnny Dominguez, aka JD Rex, has had the privilege of seeing some of these places up close and personal. He has recommended 5 UNESCO World Heritage sites that are truly out of this world.

Statue of Liberty: Located in New York City, New York, the Statue of Liberty is one UNESCO World Site that must be seen -- and many millions of people have done so. Created in Paris, France, this monument symbolizes liberty, freedom, and opportunity.

Grand Canyon National Park:You won’t find a more breathtaking gorge on the planet. It’s situated in Arizona and is almost 1,500 meters deep. It simply is a spectacular place and is sure to leave travelers awe-struck.

Los Alerces National Park: This UNESCO site is located in Argentina. The park, known as one of the most picturesque in the country, features numerous different ecosystems. It also has an intricate lake system, heaven for those who love being close to nature.

Historic Town of Ouro Preto: If you’re a history buff, you’ll love the Historic Town of Ouro Preto in Brazil. Founded towards the 17th century’s conclusion, the town has gold mines, places of worship, and even bridges that point back to its rich past.

Dinosaur Provincial Park: The Dinosaur Provincial Park is located in Alberta, a province in Canada. And it is home to many of the most celebrated fossil discoveries that have been made. If you’re interested in dinosaur fossils, you’ll want to check out this dinosaur graveyard and awaken your inner paleontologist. 

While there are numerous beautiful locations worth exploring across the globe, this list ought to serve as an excellent way to kick-start your bucket list. 

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