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The Great Canal and the Silk Road of China are included in the UNESCO World Heritage Register

The Silk Road and the Grand Canal of China are included in the UNESCO World Heritage Register, reports the Xinhua News Agency.

The Grand Canal is the world's longest artificial waterway. The Silk Road 2000 years ago served as a corridor for trade and cultural exchange between Asia and Europe. The application for the inclusion of attractions in the registry was jointly filed by China, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. It includes 33 historical sights located along the millennial trade corridor, 22 of them are in China, 8 are located in Kazakhstan, and three more are in Kyrgyzstan.

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