The market is flush currently with neat applications for own smart phones and newest gadgets. Many of them promote communication, business, marketing and some provide mindless entertainment with games or simulated bottles emptying when we shake them. But a few of these new technologies promote knowledge and a sense of shared cultural heritage. UNESCO World Heritage sites began in 1972 and were created to preserve and raise awareness for those cultural monuments which give regions, individuals and nations identity but whose value is universal. This program is filled with striking images of these sites from around the world and in a format which allows for way more content than could ever fit into a coffee table book. It’s not the same as traveling the world to these sites but it provides a tangible and accessible view into the importance of these sites and promotes knowledge of their existence of universal beauty.