Video Player Close — East China’s port city of Quanzhou, once hailed as “the very great and noble city” by the Italian explorer Marco Polo, won UNESCO World Cultural Heritage status Sunday, bringing the total number of the country’s UNESCO World Heritage sites to 56. — The serial property includes 22 sites of administrative buildings and structures, religious buildings, and statues. — The property witnessed multi-cultural communities, cultural memorial sites and monuments, the production of ceramics and iron, and a transportation network formed of bridges, docks and pagodas that guided voyagers. by Xinhua writers Zhang Yizhi, Yao Yulin FUZHOU, July 25 (Xinhua) — Historical sites in east China’s port city of Quanzhou won UNESCO World Cultural Heritage status on Sunday, bringing the total number of the country’s UNESCO World Heritage sites to 56. UNESCO accepted “Quanzhou: Emporium of the World in Song-Yuan China” as a cultural property on its World Heritage List amid the ongoing 44th session of the World Heritage Committee held in Fuzhou, capital of east China’s Fujian Province. Located on narrow plains along the coastline of Fujian, Quanzhou was one of the world’s largest ports along the historic Maritime Silk Road, particularly in ancient China’s Song Dynasty… Read full this story
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