Iraqi, Myanmar and Indian cities listed as UN world heritage sites
Three more cities have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Built along the Euphrates river, the ancient city of Babylon in Iraq is known as a cradle of civilization. The urban planning of India's fortified city of Jaipur shows an exchange of ideas from ancient Hindu, modern Mughal, and Western cultures. And Myanmar's ancient capital of Bagan is a city with more than 3,500 stupas, temples and monasteries built between the 11th and 13th centuries.