Here is the question :
WHICH CITY HAS THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES?
Here is the option for the question :
- Rome, Italy
- Athens, Greece
- London, UK
- Cordoba, Spain
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC002377] Cordoba, Spain is a place that you should know about even if you’ve never been there before according to UNESCO. The city has more UNESCO World Heritage sites than any other in the world thanks to the inclusion of three physical locations and one “intangible” component on the list. What do you mean by that? The Mosque of Córdoba, the original structure which was likely built as a sixth century church and converted to a Moorish mosque a century later; the ruins of the medieval Moorish city, Medina Azahara (meaning ‘The Shining City’ in Arabic); Córdoba’s Historic Center, including the gardens of Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos; and, lastly, the annual Córdoba Patios Festival, which originated in 1918 and opens up historical city center homes the public to enjoy floral displays on their patios. Spend a day in Spain exploring this ancient city that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.