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Baie d'Ha-Long

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Ha Long Bay, in the Gulf of Tonkin, includes some 1,600 islands and islets, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. Because of their precipitous nature, most of the islands are uninhabited and unaffected by a human presence. The site's outstanding scenic beauty is complemented by its great biological interest. Source: UNESCO TV / © TBS Produced by TBS Supported by Sony URL: https://whc.unesco.org/en/list/672/
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UNESCO Marine World Heritage and COVID-19 (Part I)
The unprecedented drop in tourism revenues left UNESCO marine World Heritage sites struggling to keep rangers on the payroll, prevent rising illegal activity or continue crucial scientific monitoring. Local communities have seen their income vanish overnight, but some found creative ways to deal with the crisis and prepare for the future, as was shared during a September 2020 online meeting with Marine World Heritage Managers in Asia, the Pacific, Africa and Europe http://whc.unesco.org/en/events/1532/.
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La baie d'Ha-Long, dans le golfe du Tonkin, compte environ 1 600 îles et îlots qui créent un paysage marin spectaculaire de piliers de calcaire. En raison du relief vertigineux, la plupart des îles sont inhabitées et non perturbées par l'homme. Les valeurs esthétiques exceptionnelles de ce site sont complétées par son grand intérêt biologique. Source: UNESCO TV / © NHK Nippon Hoso Kyokai URL: https://whc.unesco.org/fr/list/672/
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