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Bairam Ali, Turkmenistan

Ancient Merv Archaeological Site

The oasis of Merv is strategically sited in the Karakum desert and formed an essential military headquarters and staging post on major east-west trade routes.
View of Tetrapylon, 2010
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Geyre Beledesi, Turkey

Aphrodisias Archaeological Site

Aphrodisias, named after its patron goddess Aphrodite, was founded in the 2nd century BC on the site of a rural sanctuary of Aphrodite.
View of site, August 2009
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Redi Doti, Suriname

Jodensavanne Archaeological Site

Jodensavanne (Jewish Savannah) was settled by a population of Sephardic Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition on mainland Europe in the mid-seventeenth century.
Conservation work on Baroque wall paintings in the Calvary Lower Church, Chapel No. 4.
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Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia

Banská Štiavnica Calvary Complex

The town of Banská Stiavnica was once an important silver-mining town, enjoying particularly strong economic growth in the 18th century when it became the third-largest town in Hungary.
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Lisbon, Portugal

Queluz Palace Garden

The 18th-century Queluz Palace Garden, built by King Pedro III, is renowned for its ornate fountains and waterfalls.
Conserved facade presentation and celebration, January 18, 2012
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Trujillo/La Libertad, Peru

Huaca de la Luna

Huaca de la Luna, or Temple of the Moon, was part of the ancient Moche capital built of millions of adobe blocks between the first and eighth centuries AD in northern Peru.
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Panama City, Chagres River, Panama

Panama Canal Area

In the late nineteenth century, a French company began building what would come to be considered one of the greatest engineering achievements in human history.
The mausoleum of Bibi Maryam, ca. 1320, February 19, 2013
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Qalhât, Oman


The ancient city of Qalhât, located on the Omani coast, was one of the most important Islamic commercial hubs for Indian Ocean trade.
SNDK from the northeast, February 3, 2014
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Mandalay, Myanmar

Shwe-nandaw Kyaung

Conservation efforts at Shwe-nandaw Kyaung will not only serve this historic site, but will also assist in training conservationists in traditional carpentry crafts.
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Chiapas, Mexico

Yaxchilán Archaeological Site

Yaxchilán is located on the border between Guatemala and Mexico and across the river from another ancient Maya city, Piedras Negras, in Guatemala.
Partial view, north side. Funerary jars visible on the surface and partially damaged., March 9, 2011
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Djenné, Mali

Djenné-Djeno Archaeological Site

Although the archaeological site of Djenné-Djeno is located just three kilometers southeast of the modern village of Djenné, the site was unknown until the 1970s.