[ US /juˈnɛsˌkoʊ/ ]
  1. an agency of the United Nations that promotes education and communication and the arts
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How To Use UNESCO In A Sentence

  • The Wall was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
  • In 1999, over 1800 delegates from around the globe attended the UNESCO World Conference on Science.
  • Unescorted children are not allowed beyond this point.
  • ” We use the term folk varieties in support of the efforts of Third World countries and the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to have these varieties recognized as a part of the 14. Saving seeds for planting
  • UNESCO, in its report of the meeting of the Economic Commission for Africa held in Addis Ababa in May 1996, pointed out that technological innovations "have combined with changes facing global and national telecommunication regimes to present a clear window of opportunity for appropriate" leapfrog "strategies to accelerate the development of the continent". ANC Daily News Briefing
  • It makes little sense that they would have loaded a great amount of treasure on an unescorted ship.
  • And some of the places in the Ruhr area, the Gas-O-Meter in Oberhausen and the Zollverein mine complex in Essen (a Unesco World Heritage Site!), are really worth travelling to Germany for. Paul Robert: The Joy of Dirty Destinations
  • In 1993 UNESCO acknowledged the Complex of Monuments of Hue as a World Cultural Heritage Site.
  • Couples stroll through eventide along the cobblestones of what was once the most dangerous street in the world and has now become a Unesco heritage site, according to the plastic plaque. War Child and the Bosnian war 15 years on
  • Canterbury has its Cathedral which is dedicated to the UNESCO World Heritage Site. And it preserves the oldest Franciscan building in Britain.
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