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Can this place be a new world heritage in Laos?
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It is not man-made stag of stones, but natural made. So amazing, and I wonder if we can encourage the UNESCO to list it as the new heritage ?

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It is not man-made stag of stones, but natural made. So amazing, and I wonder if we can encourage the UNESCO to list it as the new heritage ?



No.....It's too small....
By the way, where is this at?  What province? How do u get this pic?

 



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I am sorry but this must be man made

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wow, you loa got a nice looking bunch of stones there LOL



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i believe there is some standard for a site to be qualified as world heritage.

just from the photo and your description,
i want to think there is more to it.confuse.gif

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It takes more than a few rocks and stones to get a place listed as a World Heritage Site.  For example, Vat Phou by itself would have been difficult to to be included in the World Heritage List if the overall landscapes and ancient sites that connect to the temple were not included in the proposal to UNESCO.  Vat Phou alone is already a n impressive place.

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those stones are not in Laos.

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