Miss Heritage

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Miss Heritage Pageant
Miss Heritage Pageant Logo.png
Miss Heritage Logo
Formation 2012
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Sandton
Location
Official language
English
President
Tare Munzara
Website Official website

Miss Heritage formerly known as Miss Heritage World is an international beauty pageant [1] that stands for advancing World Heritage.[2] The pageant was founded on the basis of having women from all around the world to have the opportunity to represent the most important feature of any country, which is National Heritage. Miss Heritage pageant is an all religion, type of pageant whereby it accommodates all religions since religion is a very important feature of World Heritage.[3] The current Miss Heritage title holder is Odessa Mae Tadaya from the Philippines who was crowned on December 20, 2014 in Johannesburg, South Africa.[4]

Odessa Mae Tadaya after Coronation at Miss Heritage 2014

Miss Heritage is not part of the Big Four international beauty pageants.[5]

Winners for Miss Heritage.

Titleholders[edit]

Year Country Miss Heritage National title Location Number of Entries
2014  Philippines Odessa Mae Tadaya Miss Filipinas Heritage Johannesburg, South Africa 42
2013  Bahamas Shequera Grace King Miss Bahamas Harare, Zimbabwe 22

Results 2014[edit]

Final Results Contestant
Miss Heritage 2014  Philippines-Odessa Mae Tadaya
1st Runner Up  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines-Anna La Borde
2nd Runner Up  Botswana-Katlego Gaotsenelelwe
3rd Runner Up  South Africa-Kgomotso Caroline Angel Pilane
4th Runner Up  Australia-Jennifer Hunt

Results 2013[edit]

Final Results Contestant
Miss Heritage 2013  Bahamas-Shequera Grace King
1st Runner Up  India-Swati Kain
2nd Runner Up  Russia-Natalia Poluektora
3rd Runner Up  Italy-Francesca Ena
4th Runner Up  Ecuador-Tatiana Torres

By number of wins[edit]

Country/territory Titles Winning years
 Philippines 1 2014
 Bahamas 2013

2013 Winners gallery[edit]

The heritage Kiss , Miss Heritage 2014 Winners

References[edit]

Further reading[edit]