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Perugia, Italy

Pieve Di San Gregorio

The rural Pieve di San Gregorio was built in 1141 in the important Italian religious and political territory of Perugia.
Pisa, Italy


The Monumental Cemetery of Pisa was the final structure to be built on the Piazza del Duomo, following the cathedral, the baptistery, and the famous Leaning Tower.
Rome, Italy

House of Augustus

The home of Rome’s first emperor sits atop the Palatine Hill in the heart of the ancient city.
Venice, Italy

Ca' D'oro

Ca' d'Oro, also known as the Palazzo Santa Sofia, may be the best known example of residential Venetian Gothic architecture in the city.
Venice, Italy

Biblioteca Marciana

Venice's Biblioteca Marciana stands as a symbol of the city's wealth and its long tradition of civic investment in intellectual and artistic pursuits.
County Tipperary, Ireland

Damer House

Built in the eighteenth-century for the wealthy Damer family, Damer House was constructed in the courtyard of the thirteenth-century Roscrea Castle.
Dublin, Ireland

20 Dominick Street

Twenty Dominick Street, onetime residence of 18th-century master stucco craftsman Robert West, is located on the north side of Dublin.
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Wörlitz, Germany

Oranienbaum Wörlitz

A royal estate near Dessau in Saxony-Anhalt, Oranienbaum Wörlitz was built for Princess Henriette Catharina von Nassau-Oranien and her husband, Johann Georg II von Anhalt-Dessau beginning in 1681.
Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius Choral Synagogue

The Choral Synagogue of Vilnius , built in 1903, is the only active synagogue remaining in this city that once boasted over 100.
Neuilly-en-Donjon, France

Sainte Marie-Madeleine

Sainte Marie-Madeleine was built in 1130, when Neuilly-en-Donjon was part of the diocese of Autun, which included much of what is now Burgundy.
Paris, France

American Cathedral in Paris

Constructed between 1881 and 1889, the American Cathedral in Paris was designed by George Edmond Street, a leading Gothic Revival architect.