Heritage refers to something that has been bestowed on us through the centuries and can be further passed on to future generations. A heritage site is a defined area or location that can be as huge as a region or landscape or as little as a building – it might as well be a book or a cup. Cultural heritage is the artistic representation of a people’s past and present life. It speaks of the country’s and its people’s traditions, beliefs, and accomplishments. Cultural heritage, for example, archaeological sites, old city centers, religious structures, rituals, and festivals, convey knowledge about our history, values, and technological and aesthetic superiority. Heritage encompasses more than just historical events. It connects the past with the present by demonstrating what we have accomplished and how we have evolved into the people we are now. Cultural legacy, like many things from the past, is fragile, and it can be quickly damaged if we do not take proper care of it.