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Spišské Podhradie, Slovakia

Spišské Podhradie Synagogue

Spišské Podhradie was once an important rabbinical center for the Orthodox Jewish community, with many institutions and communal buildings.
Biertan, Romania

Evangelical Church At Biertan

The fortified church in Biertan was built in the middle of a village founded in 1283, with the first mention of the church following in 1402.
Sibiu, Romania

Bishop's Palace

Located at the foot of the Transylvanian Alps, the city of Sibiu has long been a cultural center for Romania.
Piatra Neamt, Romania

Piatra Neamt Synagogue

Built in 1862 in an exuberant blend of Moorish and neo-Romanesque styles, Tempel synagogue was home to a modern Reform Jewish congregation within one of Europe's oldest Jewish communities.
Timisoara, Romania

Synagogue of the Citadel

Although Jews have lived in the town of Timisoara since the mid-16th century, it was not until the middle of the 19th century that they were granted full legal and social protection.
Odessa, Ukraine

Great Choral Synagogue

The Great Choral Synagogue of Odessa is one of two surviving synagogues in what was once a thriving center of Jewish cultural life in Eastern Europe.
New York, United States

Saint David's School

Saint David's School is an elementary school for boys located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, in New York.
Hué City, Huong Tho Village, Vietnam

Ta Tung Tu, Minh Mang Tomb

Emperor Minh Mạng (1820-1841), the second ruler of the Nguyễn Dynasty, ruled southern and central Vietnam from 1820 to 1841.
Exton, Rutland, United Kingdom

Tomb of Viscount Campden At Exton Church

The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Exton, Rutland, is of great significance for its fine collection of funerary monuments, some of which are of national significance.