Indy Goes Internationalist


Friends of World Heritage
I don’t usually plug organizational promotions, but this is just a bit too cool to keep to myself. Hopefully candidates for office — especially Congressional candidates, who don’t have large bureaucracies or pools of advisors to educate them — will take this quiz and do well. It may seem trivial, but basic knowledge of World Heritage sites (and other historically significant landmarks) is seen as a kind of international common ground and cultural currency that our partners expect us to possess.
— Scott Paul


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