The World Heritage Committee on Friday added natural and historical sites from several countries, including China, Italy and Mexico, to the prestigious World Heritage list, though there was disappointment for sites whose listing was deferred. “We are very moved and touched and want to say thank you for the decision to inscribe Mount Etna National Park on the World Heritage List,” said Italy’s ambassador to Unesco, Maurizio Serra, before going on to remind other countries about the work behind such inscriptions. “This nomination is the result of many years of work,” and numerous meetings between park officials, authorities
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