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Madara, Bulgaria

Madara Horseman

It is the definitive icon for Bulgarians: a carved rock relief depicting the life-size forms of a horseman trailed by a running dog and a speared lion caught beneath the crushing hooves of the horse.
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São Raimundo Nonato, Piauí, Brazil

Serra da Capivara National Park

Natural and human factors have caused prehistoric Stone Age paintings to deteriorate and have brought some to the brink of destruction.
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São Francisco do Paraguaça , Bahia, Brazil

Santo Antonio Do Paraguaçu

In the mid-seventeenth century, the Franciscans established a church and convent in the state of Bahia, choosing a dramatic site overlooking the waters of Lagamar of the Iguape.
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Visegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mehmed-Pasha Sokolovic Bridge

Spanning the waters of the Drina River, the sixteenth-century Mehmed-Pasha Sokolovic Bridge was designed by Sinan, considered by many to have been the finest architect of the Ottoman Empire.
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Vallegrande and Saipina, Bolivia

Vallegrande Area Rock Art Sites

With their extraordinary paintings and petroglyphs dating from possibly 6000 BC to A D. 1950, the Andean rock art sites are among the most significant of their kind in Bolivia.
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Abomey, Benin

Royal Palaces of Abomey

A succession of twelve kings ruled the African kingdom of Abomey from the 17th century until the early 20th century and each of them built a lavish palace on the royal grounds.
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near San Ignacio, Cayo District, Belize

El Pilar Archaeological Reserve

Weather, plant encroachment, and looting of antiquities threaten El Pilar, the largest ancient Maya city in the Belize River area.
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Hoogstraten, Antwerp, Belgium

Wortel Colony Estate

Prince Frederik's idea in 1822 was noble and seemingly sound: give destitute families a small house, an arable plot of land, two cows, a sheep, tools, and clothing...
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Vienna, Austria

Franciscan Church

In 1589, Archduke Ernst gave the Franciscan Order a Gothic church, St. Jerome in Vienna.
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Tipasa, Algeria

Tipasa Archaeological Park

Phoenician merchants established Tipasa on Algeria's western Mediterranean coast in the sixth century BC, but the city did not reach its apex until the second and first centuries BC.
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Sarandë, Albania

Butrint Archaeological Site

Archaeological evidence indicates that Corfiot traders founded Butrint in the eighth century BC.
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Wadi Hadramaut, Yemen


The palaces of Tarim are among the most intricate and technologically sophisticated mud-brick structures in the world.