Aeolian in the Unesco World Heritage list

According to the World Heritage Convention, for cultural heritage means a monument, group of buildings or site of historical, aesthetic, archaeological, scientific, ethnological or anthropological.
The natural heritage, however, indicates relevant physical, biological, and geological, as well as the habitat of endangered plant and animal species and areas of particular scientific and aesthetic value.

The Aeolian Islands have become UNESCO world heritage site in 2002 as the morphology of volcanic islands is a historical pattern in the evolution of studies of volcanology world.

 The Aeolian Islands in the Unesco site 


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