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Iceland ratified the World Heritage Convention on 19 December, 1995. As of May 2010, it has two World Heritage Sites, one cultural and one natural. Iceland also has another 10 sites on the World Heritage Tentative List.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Iceland

  1. Þingvellir National Park
  2. Surtsey

Location Map of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Iceland

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Sites in Iceland on the World Heritage Tentative List

  1. Skaftafell (2001)
  2. Breiðafjörður (2001)
  3. Núpsstaður (2001)
  4. Viðmýri Turf Church (2001)
  5. Keldur (2001)
  6. G´sar (2001)
  7. Reykholt (2001)
  8. Surtsey (2001)
  9. Mývatn - Laxá (2001)
  10. Herðubreiðarlindir and Askja (2001)



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