A hilly terrain in northeast Italy known for its Prosecco production has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage list among other cultural landscapes and cities in the world.
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Euronews.com reported that the Prosecco hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene were recently recognised by the UN's cultural agency on Sunday, marking Italy's 55th World Heritage site.
It took over a decade of campaigning to be included on the list.
Watch the above video to see which other cultural sites were also included in this list, this past week.
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