World Heritage Sites In Argentina
Argentina accepted the UNESCO World Heritage Convention on 23 August 1978. As of 2012, eight properties have been inscribed on the World Heritage List: four cultural sites and four natural sites. A further eight sites have been proposed for inscription and are on the tentative list.
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