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Ibi Ọ̀ṣọ́ Àgbáyé UNESCO je ibi (bi egan, okeile, adagun, asale, iboji, ileigbe, complex, tabi ilu) to wa ninu akojo ti Eto Oso Agbaye akariaye se ti Igbimo Oso Agbaye UNESCO unsedari, to ni awon orile-ede 21 gege bi omo egbe[1] ti won je didiboyan latowo Ile-igbimo Gbogbogboo fun igba odun- merin kan.[2] Ibi Oso Aye je ibi to se pataki fun asa tabi nitori boseri.



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  1. According to the UNESCO World Heritage website, States Parties are countries that signed and ratified The World Heritage Convention. As of November 2007, there are a total of 186 state parties.
  2. "The World Heritage Committee". UNESCO World Heritage Site. http://whc.unesco.org/en/comittee/. Retrieved 2006-10-14.