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China's five sites listed UNESCO World Heritage

2009-12-23 23:06:40 GMT2009-12-24 07:06:40 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

The World Heritage certificates confering ceremony is held in Beijing, capital of China, on Dec. 23, 2009. Representatives of the five sites in China that have been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, which is Mount Wutai, the unique residential architecture of Fujian Province calling Tulou, Sanqing Mountain, the Diaolou (watchtower house) of Kaiping and South China Karst, are confered with certificates by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee here on Wednesday. (Xinhua/Wang Haiyan)

Bi Chunhua, representative of Shilin County of southwest China's Yunnan Province, shows the certificate inscribed by the World Heritage Committee at the World Heritage certificates confering ceremony in Beijing, capital of China, on Dec. 23, 2009. (Xinhua/Wang Haiyan)

Guests attending the World Heritage certificates confering ceremony look at photos of the World Heritage sites in Beijing, capital of China, on Dec. 23, 2009. (Xinhua/Wang Haiyan)

Representatives of the five sites in China that have been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, which is Mount Wutai, the unique residential architecture of Fujian Province calling Tulou, Sanqing Mountain, the Diaolou (watchtower house) of Kaiping and South China Karst, are confered with certificates by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee in Beijing on Wednesday.

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