The Lake District has been awarded World Heritage Site status, Unesco has announced.
The region in north-west England joins sites including the Taj Mahal, the Grand Canyon and Stonehenge on the prestigious list.
The international culture organisation tweeted: "Just inscribed as @UNESCO #WorldHeritage Site: The English Lake District."
There are now 31 World Heritage Sites in the UK, including the city of Bath, the Tower of London, Canterbury Cathedral and the Giant's Causeway.
A Unesco committee in Krakow, Poland, backed the national park in Cumbria - home to England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike - which was among 33 nominations all over the world.