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Oyon San Pedro de Tongos
Taucur, Andajes, La Chimba, Nava, Quichas, Mallay, and Rapaz, Peru

Oyón Valley Missionary Chapels

The 40 surviving chapels in the Oyón Valley were built in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries as part of a Spanish program to convert Peru’s indigenous population to Christianity.
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Azraq, Jordan

Qusayr 'Amra

Conservation interventions, site management improvements and training opportunities were part of an award-winning project that protected Quasyr ‘Amra and its surrounding complex.
Siem Reap, Cambodia

Angkor Archaeological Park

Angkor was once the seat of the Khmer Empire, which ruled a large portion of Southeast Asia between the ninth and fifteenth centuries AD.
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Albenga, Liguria, Italy

Ruins on the River Centa

Albingaunum, the wealthy Roman city along the River Centa, was important because of its position as a gateway to the fertile plains of northern Italy, Gaul, and the Mediterranean.
Lukov-Venecia, Slovakia

Saints Cosmos and Damian

The distinctive wooden architecture of the Church of Saints Cosmos and Damian reflects the unique cultural and religious traditions the Greek Orthodox Church maintained in Slovakia.
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Castrocaro Terme e Terra del Sole, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Terra del Sole Prison Cells

Prisoners confined to Terra del Sole's nine cells passed time carving messages into the walls or rendering scenes of the city visible through their window bars.
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.
Rapaz, Peru

San Cristóbal de Rapaz Church

In the 16th and 17th centuries colonial Catholic missions were established in the Oyón Valley in Peru and built in a style described as Rural Andean Baroque.
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Moises Ville, Argentina

Brener Synagogue

Built in 1909 for a Jewish agricultural community in Argentina, the Brener Synagogue was the area's primary place of worship for more than 70 years.

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