Spanish town seeks UNESCO World Heritage Status for neighbourly chats ‘al fresco’

Image: Pete Linforth via Pixabay CC0
Image: Pete Linforth via Pixabay CC0

The town of Algar in southern Spain is seeking a UNESCO World Heritage status to protect its tradition of outdoor neighbourly chats during hot summer nights, Reuters reported. The mayor of the town hopes that the status prevents social networks from ending the tradition.

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