“Not all of the world’s treasures are kept in museums. Cultural heritage sites—historic cities, monuments and archaeological sites—inspire awe and show the best of humanity throughout time.
Yet cultural heritage sites around the world face a host of impending threats, and perhaps none seems more inevitable than rising seas fueled by melting ice caps. “It’s one of the most dramatic effects of climate change,” says May Cassar, a professor of sustainable heritage at University College London.”
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Nestled in the hills of Chateau Belair ( a community hidden in the hills in South-west St.Lucia ), a scenery jumps at you, offered through the Tet Paul Nature reserve. An easy hike of 45 minutes boasts unobstructed scenery of the Pitons (UNESCO World Heritage Sight), Mt. Gimie (the tallest peak in St. Lucia), the environs of the South and South-west of St. Lucia and on a clear sky day, sights of Martinique and St. Vincent.
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