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McKinley County, New Mexico, United States

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

The Chaco Culture National Historical Park contains the greatest concentration of prehistoric ruins in the United States.
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States

Cyclorama Center

In 1956, the National Park Service (NPS) launched Mission 66, a ten-year initiative aimed at improving visitor services at national parks with new facilities and infrastructure.
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Montrose County, Colorado, United States

Hanging Flume

Among the more remarkable remnants of America's nineteenth-century gold rush is the Hanging Flume, a 21-kilometer track built along the walls of Colorado's Dolores River Canyon.
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Various locations, United States

Main Street Modern

Many communities in the United States have at least one modern public building.
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Cumberland Island, Georgia, United States

Plum Orchard Historic District

Among the coastal islands of Georgia, Cumberland Island is a natural paradise of forests dripping with Spanish moss, marshes teeming with wildlife, and expansive beaches untouched by development.
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San Diego, California, United States

Salk Institute

The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is considered one of Louis Kahn's greatest buildings and an icon of 20th-century architecture.
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San Juan Capistrano, California, United States

San Juan Capistrano Mission

The expansive San Juan Capistrano Mission was initially a small adobe chapel when it was established by Padre Junípero Serra on November 1, 1776.
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New York, United States

Seventh Regiment Armory

Officers of the Seventh Regiment Armory had access to facilities that included lavish reception spaces and public-area rooms designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Stanford White, and the Herter brothers.
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Wyoming, United States

South Pass Cultural Landscape

South Pass is synonymous with the opening up of the American West. Hundreds of thousands of pioneers traveling by wagon along the Oregon Trail passed through this region.
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Ellikala, Uzbekistan

Ayaz Kala

The towering mud-brick walls of the three fortresses at Ayaz Kala, located in the Khwarezm region of Central Asia (modern Uzbekistan), rise dramatically from the surrounding plains.
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Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Madrasa Rachid

The ancient Silk Road center of Bukhara is the best-preserved medieval city in Central Asia.
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La Guaira, Venezuela

La Guaira Historic Center

The historic city of La Guaira was founded in the sixteenth century on the Caribbean Sea and served as the chief port for Venezuela’s future inland capital Caracas.