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Cuauhtinchan/Puebla, Mexico

San Juan Bautista in Cuauhtinchan

The San Juan Bautista convent was built on the site of a 12th-century Tolteca-Chichimeca foundation to support the religious conversion of indigenous populations shortly after the Spanish Conquest.
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Yucatán State, Mexico

Yucatán Indian Chapels

The “visiting” chapels created by the Spanish to evangelize the indigenous Maya populations in the Yucatán region of Mexico are known, collectively, as the Capillas de Indios, or Indian Chapels.
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Madera Municipality, Mexico

Madera Cave Dwellings

The Madera Cave dwellings are pre-Colombian sculpted clay structures nestled in the natural caves and cliffs in Chihuahua’s western Sierra Madre.
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Nurio, Mexico

Apostle Santiago Church in Nurio

Apostle Santiago Church was built in the 18th century in the Michoacán Sierra to form part of a huatápera, or hospital complex.
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Veracruz, Mexico

San Juan de Ulúa Fort

For nearly 350 years, the San Juan de Ulúa Fort in Veracruz served as the primary military stronghold of the Spanish Empire in the Americas.
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Morelos, Mexico


Established around 1500 BC, Chalcatzing is an important prehistoric site in central Mexico that initially developed as a small agricultural community.
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Enfeh, Lebanon

Enfeh Archaeological Site

The archaeological site of Enfeh in Lebanon was threatened by a proposed expansion of the adjacent port that would have compromised the site’s integrity.
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Adiyaman Province, Turkey

Mount Nemrut Archaeological Site

Antiochus I, an Armenian king whose lineage connected him to the Seleucids, Ptolemies, and Macedonians, ruled the small territory of Commagene in Asia Minor in the 1st century BC.
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Cork, Ireland

Vernon Mount

Politically motivated destruction of country houses was once commonplace in Ireland.
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Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain

Santa Maria de Vitoria Cathedral

Santa María de Vitoria Cathedral was built by King Alfonso VIII of Castile after the conquest of Vitoria in the second half of the 12th century.
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Madrid, Spain

Las Calatravas Church

The Church of the Concepción Real de Calatrava was built in the historic center of Madrid in the late 17th century by Fray Lorenzo de San Nicolás, an Augustinian monk and accomplished architect.