01. St. Anne's Academy is an old Catholic school which has been declared a [heritage] building here in town.
02. In Rwanda, family [heritage] determines one's social status and place of residence.
03. Blacksmiths at the [heritage] village show visitors how horseshoes and farm implements were made 100 years ago.
04. For the Indians of Guatemala, traditional dress is an important link to their culture and [heritage].
05. This [heritage] house is an excellent example of the architecture of the early 1900s.
06. Hopefully, the planned restoration of these [heritage] buildings will be completed in time for the tourist season.
07. The old house has been declared a national [heritage] site because of its historical importance.
08. Over one million people in the state of Michigan claim German [heritage].
09. The beautiful forests of this country are part of our national [heritage] and must be protected.
10. They bought a house that was built in 1902 and renovated it, and now it has been declared a [heritage] house by the city.
11. The traditional music of the world is an important part of the cultural [heritage] of humanity.
12. The cultural [heritage] of the native people of this country has survived despite the arrival of the white man.
13. As of 2005, there were over 800 places around the globe which have been declared world [heritage] sites.
14. Special places like the wilds of Serengeti Park, Stonehenge in England, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the beautiful cathedrals of Europe make up our world's [heritage].
15. The people of Samoa are largely of Polynesian [heritage].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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