A group of ancient monuments and castle ruins in Okinawa, including those of Shuri Castle, was added Thursday to the World Heritage List, becoming the 11th entry from Japan on the list, government officials said Thursday.
The decision was made by the World Heritage Committee of the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization at its meeting in Cairns, Australia.
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