National Landmark

Ciudad Perdida: Ancient Town and Archaeological Site (Colombia) Editor Mon, 04/22/2019 - 16:50
Ciudad Perdida is an ancient Tayrona indigenous town and archaeological site carved into the mountainside in Colombia's Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta isolated mountain range. It is believed to have been founded about 800 CE, some 650 years earlier than Machu Picchu.
Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia World Heritage Site Editor Sun, 12/30/2018 - 22:04
The coffee tradition is the most representative symbol of national culture, for which Colombia has gained worldwide recognition. The Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia is a continuing productive landscape consisting of a series of six sites, which integrate eighteen urban settlements.

Earliest 16th-Century Monasteries on the Slopes of Popocatépetl World Heritage Site (Mexico)

These 14 monasteries stand on the slopes of Popocatépetl to the southeast of Mexico City. They are in an excellent state of conservation and are good examples of the architectural style adopted by the first missionaries who converted the indigenous populations to Christianity in the early 16th century.
Fortifications on the Caribbean Side of Panama: Portobelo-San Lorenzo World Heritage Site Editor Fri, 12/07/2018 - 21:34
The Fortifications on the Caribbean side of Panamá: Portobelo and San Lorenzo are located along the coast of the Province of Colón. These Panamanian forts on the Caribbean coast form part of the defense system built by the Spanish Crown to protect transatlantic trade.

Franciscan Missions in the Sierra Gorda of Querétaro World Heritage Site (Mexico)

The five Franciscan missions of Sierra Gorda were built during the last phase of the conversion to Christianity of the interior of Mexico in the mid-18th century. The richly decorated church facades represent the joint creative efforts of the missionaries and the indigenous people of the Americas.

Historic Area of Willemstad, Inner City and Harbor, Curaçao: World Heritage Site

The people of the Netherlands established a trading settlement at a natural harbor on the island of Curaçao in 1634. The architecture of Willemstad has been influenced not only by Dutch colonial concepts but also by the tropical climate and architectural styles from towns throughout the Caribbean region.