Delhi has staked claim for inclusion in the Unesco's tentative listing for the World Heritage City tag
Backed with more than 1,000-odd heritage monuments, including three World Heritage Sites, and an uninterrupted history of continuous habitation for more than 1,000 years, Delhi has staked claim for inclusion in the Unesco's tentative listing for the World Heritage City tag. Ahmedabad in Gujarat is an lSO in the race for the title, which as and when earned by either of the city, would make it India's first World Heritage City.
With sites dating back to even Harappan era and around 1,200 heritage monuments and structures, including World Heritage Sites of Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Humayun's Tomb, Delhi has far better stake than any other city in the country to be a World Heritage City.
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