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What are the world's top 51 cultural heritages in China

At 13:00 p.m. on July 7, 2017, at the 41st World Heritage conference held in Krakow, Poland, Qinghai Hoh Xil was approved by the World Heritage Committee to be listed in the world heritage list, becoming the 51st World Heritage site in China and the largest world natural heritage site in China. China and Italy and the world cultural heritage ranked first. At present, China has 51 world cultural heritage!

'China has almost never failed in the world heritage application. Every year, at least one world heritage project applied by China will be listed in the world heritage list. Hoh Xil in Qinghai is highly praised by experts at home and abroad. "Said Kang Xuelin, a staff member of the office of the leading group for the application for the world heritage in Qinghai Province. IUCN believes that Hoh Xil in Qinghai is in line with the standards of Natural Heritage (VII) and (x), with high integrity and authenticity, and the overall situation of protection and management is good. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

In an interview with "surging News & middot; art review", some scholars in the industry said that Hoh Xil should have been listed in the world natural heritage for a long time. This time, it is a beginning for the protection of Hoh Xil, and it also puts forward higher requirements for the protection, bringing greater responsibility for the protection.

For the world, Hoh Xil means not only the movie of the same name, the habitat of Tibetan antelope, but also one of the last pure land in the history of human development. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

According to the report of "Qingyuan cultural heritage" which has been reported on the spot of the world heritage conference in Poland, at 13:00 p.m. local time on July 7, 2017, at the 41st World Heritage conference held in Krakow, Poland, Qinghai Hoh Xil was approved to be included in the world heritage list by consensus of the World Heritage Committee.

Hoh Xil, located in the northeast corner of Qinghai Tibet Plateau, is known as the "third pole" of the world. The nomination includes a large area of alpine and grassland system located above 4500 meters above sea level. Hoh Xil is a cold plateau climate, which has formed a unique natural environment on the Qinghai Tibet Plateau in the continuous geological changes. The region has the most dense lakes on the Qinghai Tibet Plateau, as well as extremely diverse lake basins and high-altitude lake topography. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

The unique geographical and climatic conditions of Hoh Xil breed unique biodiversity, and it is an important shelter for a large number of unique plateau animals and plants. Hoh Xil is the main calving area of Tibetan antelope population, which maintains its vital migration law. The nominated area contains a complete migration route from Sanjiangyuan to keoxili, which is the best protected route among all known migration routes of Tibetan antelope. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

China's world cultural heritage ranks first in the world

At present, China's World Heritage number is 50, second only to Italy's 51, ranking second in the world. The International Council of monuments and sites, a professional advisory body of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, said it had accepted two World Heritage applications submitted by China in May - Hoh Xil, Qinghai Province, China, and Gulangyu, Fujian Province. It is reported that if both countries apply for the declaration, China and Italy will be tied for the first place in the world.

In 1985, China joined the United Nations Convention on world heritage. Two years later, China successfully applied for six world heritage sites, including the Great Wall, the imperial palace of Ming and Qing Dynasties, the mausoleum of the first emperor of Qin in Shanxi Province, and the terra cotta warriors.