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Kuk Early Agricultural Site, Papua New Guinea
Kuk Early Agricultural Site, Papua New Guinea
Author: NASA (public domain)

Papua New Guinea ratified the World Heritage Convention on 28 July, 1997. As of June 2010, it has only one World Heritage Site, in the cultural category. Papua New Guinea also has another seven sites on the World Heritage Tentative List.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Papua New Guinea

  1. Kuk Early Agricultural Site

Sites in Papua New Guinea on the World Heritage Tentative List

  1. Kikori River Basin / Great Papuan Plateau (2006)
  2. Kokoda Track and Owen Stanley Ranges (2006)
  3. Trans-Fly Complex (2006)
  4. Milne Bay Seascape (Pacific Jewels of Marine Biodiversity) (2006)
  5. The Sublime Karsts of Papua New Guinea (2006)
  6. Upper Sepik River Basin (2006)
  7. Houn Terraces - Stairway to the Past (2006)



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