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Your UNESCO World Heritage Selfies in Print

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 22, 2019

Tag us in your selfies at one of the Frank Lloyd Wright sites recently inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage list and you may be featured in the next issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine.

We want to feature YOU in the next issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine! Tag us in your selfies at one of the Frank Lloyd Wright sites recently inscribed on the World Heritage list, and you may be featured in the next issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine. When taking your selfie, please respect all photo restrictions posted at the site, do not trespass on private property, be aware of your surroundings, pay any admission fees to access public sites, and respect people’s privacy. Submit your photo by following the instructions below!

Learn more about the the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine

 

How to submit your photo:

1. Take a selfie at one of these eight Frank Lloyd Wright sites

    • Unity Temple
    • Frederick C. Robie House
    • Taliesin
    • Hollyhock House
    • Fallingwater
    • Herbert and Katherine Jacobs House
    • Taliesin West
    • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

 

2. Post your selfie on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram

3. Tag the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation so we can find your photo!

4. Use the hashtag #WrightUNESCO

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