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Japan's Mount Fuji - one of the country's most iconic landmarks. An active volcano, it's also a sacred site for practitioners of Shinto, Japan's national religion. (SOUNDBITE) (Japanese) VISITOR TO MOUNT FUJI, HARUKA FUKUI, SAYING: "To say Japan, well that's like saying Mount Fuji. For me, there is a belief that the Gods live there. Yes, indeed." (SOUNDBITE) (Japanese) VISITOR TO MOUNT FUJI, SHIGERU FUKUI, SAYING: "Mount Fuji - well that is Japan." The 3,776 metre mountain - Japan's highest and the world's most climbed mountain - is granted World Heritage Status at a meeting in Cambodia on Saturday. (SOUNDBITE) (English) CAMBODIA CHAIRMAN OF THE MEETING, MR SOK AN, SAYING: "No objection and no more comment, I now declare the decision of 37COM8b.29 adopted." The 37th session of the World Heritage Committee, due to run until June 27, will consider whether 32 sites - including several in conflict-torn Syria and Mali - should be listed