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This tourist is reading a map while walking, he is searching the location of the sites of interest. The oldest portion of Georgetown centre has been designated by Unesco as a World heritage site since 2008. Recognised as having a "unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia", Georgetown contains one of the largest collections of pre-war buildings in Southeast Asia. The World heritage site covers nearly 2.6 km 2 of the city centre, roughly bounded by Transfer road to the west and Prangin road to the south. The zone includes the city's administrative precinct, which is home to the most historic landmarks like fort Cornwallis, City hall and the Penang state museum, as well as the main central business district along Beach street. Source : wiki

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