List of World Heritage Sites in Italy

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The Historic centre of Rome (St. Peter's Basilica).
The "Sassi" of Matera.
Urbino.
The Reggia di Caserta.

Italy has the biggest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. They have 47. (Spain is second with 42.)[1][2]

This article lists the 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy. They are ordered by when they were added to the list.

Chronology[change | change source]

1970s[change | change source]

1980s[change | change source]

1990s[change | change source]

The Baroque sites at Noto (Noto cathedral).
The rocky cliffs of the Cinque Terre in Liguria.

2000s[change | change source]

2010s[change | change source]

Gallery[change | change source]

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This article is about a World Heritage Site