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This aspect has been emphasized in Chapters 1 and 2, as well as in the Preamble to the World Heritage Convention. The protection of cultural and natural heritage over the course of history can thus be seen as an expression of the legitimate concerns of the peoples of the world, gaining fresh impetus in the wake of the destruction caused by the Second World War. 1 How it all began As indicated above, the belligerent parties did not shy away from destroying cultural heritage. They destroyed monuments and entire cities in order to purposely shatter any identification people had with the ideals and tangible works of their past; the aim was to create barren landscapes through which their new ideologies and/or political strategies could be imposed.
Southern Medieval Europe 9. Western and Northern Medieval Europe 10. 15th–16th centuries (Renaissance, Religious Discords) 11. 17th–18th centuries (Absolutism, Age of Reason) 12. Asia 1. Indian subcontinent 2. South-East Asia 3. East Asia (Far East) 4. Central Asia V. Australia 2. Polynesia VI. Sub-Saharan Africa 1. West Africa 2. Nilotic Sudan and Ethiopia 3. East Africa and Madagascar 4. Central Africa 5. Southern Africa VII. The Americas 1. Mesoamerica 3. The Caribbean 4. South America VIII.
The high standard of the tunnels, viaducts and other works has ensured the continuous use of the line to the present day. 1). 17). “The remains of fortified trading-posts, erected between 1482 and 1786, can still be seen along the coast of Ghana between Keta and Beyin. They were links in the trade routes established by the Portuguese in many areas of the world during their era of great maritime exploration” (UNESCO World Heritage List, ref. 34). 18). “Santiago de Compostela was proclaimed the first European Cultural itinerary by the Council of Europe in 1987.