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Meknes and Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, Morocco

Volubilis Archaeological Site

Volubilis is one of the largest and most important archaeological sites in Morocco, with the remains of settlements dating from the pre-Roman to the early Islamic periods.
Parma, Italy

Parma Cathedral

The original Parma Cathedral was consecrated in 1106 but was almost entirely destroyed by an earthquake that struck northern Italy in 1117.
Venice, Italy

Palazzo Ducale

Facing the Biblioteca Marciana, adjacent to the Basilica San Marco, the Palazzo Ducale commands a preeminent place in the geography of Venice.
Naples, Italy

Real Albergo dei Poveri

Naples was a thriving city in the early 18th century, both larger and wealthier than Rome, but it also had a significant impoverished population.
Carrigbyrne, Ireland

Browne Clayton Monument

Situated on a rocky outcrop at Carrigbyrne, the colossal Corinthian Browne-Clayton Column rises 94 feet above its square pedestal base.
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Voehl, Hessen, Germany

Voehl Synagogue

Voehl Synagogue, built in 1827, is a simple two-story, timber-framed building, which served as a community center and school, as well as a synagogue and residence, for the Voehl Jewish congregation.
Augsburg, Germany


The grand Fuggerhouse in Augsburg was the home of several generations of the Fugger banking families, one of the richest and most powerful European banking families.
Augsburg, Germany

Schaezler Palace

Schaezler Palace is a remarkable example of German rococo architecture designed by Karl Albrech von Lespilliez, chief architect of the Bavarian royal court.
Chaalis, France

Abbaye Royale de Chaalis

The Cistercian Abbaye Royale de Chaalis was founded by Louis VI in 1136 and over the following 500 years expanded and developed to accommodate the changing tastes of the French aristocracy.
Tartu, Estonia

Saint John's of Tartu Complex

St. John's Church, known locally as Jaani kirik, is located in Tartu, Estonia's second-largest city, and dates from the fourteenth century.
Luxor, Egypt

Karnak Temple

The Karnak temple complex at Luxor developed over more than 1,000 years, principally between the Twelfth and Twentieth Dynasties.